Date(s) - February 3, 2015
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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No church is perfect. And sometimes this reality hits close to home. It might prompt you to dig your heels in and try to fix it. It might persuade you to stop going to church altogether. After all, there are so many competing and attractive ways to spend your Sunday mornings. But church is so much more than a place we “go to” or a project we “work on.”
How much of church is about my own spiritual needs? How much is about my relationship with God and neighbour? What is it about this historical moment that’s driving so many of us away from church? Finally, how can we allow grace to ground our relationships and create safe spaces?
Join us on February 3, 2015 at 12 PST for a live, online discussion with panel Scot McKnight, Erin Lane, Darrell Johnson, and Hans Boersma about the theological meaning of the word “church” and what an authentic, Christ-centred church community could look like in our current cultural moment.