The Christian life is an adventure, a journey, which means that we are continually exploring who we are and what God is calling us to be and do in the world. The early followers of Jesus were known as people of “the Way,” (Acts 9:2,11:26). As contemporary followers of Jesus, we are also on the way, as we discover the “breadth, length, height and depths of God’s love” (Ephesians 3:18).
We come together to learn, question, explore, and ponder our place in the world as children of God. Our faith demands that we wrestle with difficult questions and engage the challenges of the world. This is where we engage both our hearts and our minds.