We have been entrusted with all of our days and the way we steward ourselves in them matters. I don’t want to waste the season we are in – it definitely may look different than I had planned or even hoped, but it’s been given to me as a gift and I can treat it as such.Read More
After more than two months of worshiping separately in our homes, last Sunday some of us gathered together in person again. While we were still spread out – whether in our building, at different locations, or some still at homes – we were together. It was different … but wonderful.Read More
This pandemic has given us new, creative ways to “come together” as a community to share the things God is placing on our hearts. Online conversations, Whole Care Check-In’s, Socially Distanced Small Group Tailgating.
Over the next four Sundays I’ll share four passages of scripture that are shaping me. Our hope is that in the sharing of scriptures that are shaping us, you might find God wanting to shape you.
The idea of social distancing and small group community would seem to be in direct conflict with each other. But the community we have at Pulpit Rock is strong and resilient! Here’s how three of our small groups are adapting their small group to life during COVID-19.Read More
There’s been a lot of adjustment the past few weeks. And while we cannot celebrate Easter weekend together in person, we encourage you to embrace the new. Don’t just “settle” for less, but truly dive in. Because what we are celebrating is the same, regardless of how we celebrate. And this year, if you let it, all the new might mean you experience Easter weekend in a deeper and more powerful way than ever before.Read More