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Let's face it: no parent looks forward to the weekly battle of getting their kids to church. None of us wants the church to be a place our kids dread going. And the good news is, we don't think it has to be! It's our hope that by creating fun, exciting environments where kids can experience God in new ways, we'll help you avoid the Sunday morning struggle and make the church a place your kids can't wait to get to each week!
We value the presence of our youth and young adults. They are not only smart, funny, bold, progressive, and seeking something fresh and relevant. Those traits help us recalibrate to a more inclusive love, not only in words but in actions.
Our female-identified ministry at our church provides a safe, encouraging, and supporting space for diverse expressions of intergenerational females to manifest divine feminity, masculinity, and more in healthier relationships. This space seeks to foster connection amongst all participants who identify or can relate to the seasonal shifts that can be experienced. All members will gain insight and tools to navigate life's journey with our small group meetings/outings, shared meals, collective studies (educational, interpersonal, theological, spiritual, etc.), forging a supportive community where every part is valued and embodying divine love. We aim to grow collectively closer to each other, the community, and God.
Our male-identified ministry at our church provides a safe space for diverse expressions of males to manifest divine feminity and masculinity. This space seeks to foster connection amongst all participants who desire fellowship, spiritual growth, theological anchoring, and personal development. If you are wondering how we do this, it's through God, love, small groups, and educational programs. With God, all things are possible.
Trans, Non-Binary, Gender Non-Conforming (TNBGNC) members support and encourage using gender-neutral language because we recognize and affirm the importance of fighting the erasure of our existence when we are not seen, heard, or appreciated.