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WHAT ARE THE MARKS OF CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY?

The Family of Jesus lives differently.

In a world of competition, dishonesty, apathy, and hurry, those who name Jesus Lord have an opportunity to model and practice different behaviors. The New Testament charts out these ethical expectations using one very important Greek word: Allelon. 

Allelon, typically translated "One Another," appears 101 times in the Bible. It is used in connection with a wide variety of different verbs; together, these map a system of fellowship and love meant to guide the Body of Christ. This winter, our morning service messages will explore eight of the uses of Allelon.  This series presses past information into transformation; this is our calling and hope as members of the community of Jesus Christ.

Join us at 9:30 each Sunday morning - in person or online - for Converge: The One Anothers of the New Testament!

     Schedule:
  • January 5:  Pray with One Another
  • January 12: Be Honest with One Another
  • January 19: Submit to One Another
  • January 26: Confess and Forgive One Another
  • February 2: Sing with One Another
  • February 9: Motivate One Another
  • February 16: Wait for One Another
  • February 23: Don't Complain to One Another