As we embark upon a new year, I can’t help but look back with gratitude for the many people who served on Sunday mornings to make City Church a warm and welcoming place. It takes a village to transform the House of Blues to City Church each week. Thank you for giving your time and being intentional with people. It is a privilege to serve alongside all of you.
The church isn’t a building, It’s a body…the body of Christ, made up of many people. An important part of belonging to that body is serving in a practical way on Sundays. Serving in the church is more than volunteering. For those of us who are Christians, we are called to be ministers of the gospel, and a fantastic way to do that is by serving in our church.
As we begin our new ministry year, I want to highlight our incredible Sunday morning ministry teams. In today’s world, many of us are bombarded with requests to volunteer. For those of us who are Christians, we are called to be ministers of the gospel, and a fantastic way to do that is by serving in our church.
“It takes a village to raise a child.” We’ve all heard it said before, and it’s true of many things in life. Thankfully, God didn’t leave us on our own, as He has promised to be with us (“Behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” Matthew 28:20). And, in His goodness, He has given us each other to navigate through this journey of life.