July 9 Focus: Luke 19:8-27
Speaker: James B Notkin
"Doing God's Business"
Worship with Discussion Groups
Parabolic Living Series through July 30
How often do we attempt to domesticate or tame Jesus to fit into our agenda and then wonder why Jesus seems so anemic and irrelevant? Where is Jesus inviting us to be thrown out of our comfort and security into the wide expanse of His grace and mission? Join us these next weeks as we read Jesus' parables together. May we be willing to hear Jesus' words with surprise and openness for fresh life!
Listen to sermons from previous weeks. They're now all online.
Free validated parking in the 321 Terry garage (enter off the alley on Harrison).
Check out our calendar
Wednesday Evening Conversation
July 12, 7 p.m. Notkin home. Contact Renee for address.
Dinner included. Scripture focus: Luke 18
Slide Into Summer
July 9, 11:30 a.m. 415 Westlake
Bring on summer enjoying a slide for the kids and grilled sliders for everyone. Worship at 10 as usual.
Next Kakao Open Mics:
Monday, July 10, 6:30 p.m. 415 Westlake
Great entertainment. If you would like to perform, sign-up when you arrive. Drinks & food available at Kakao. Info here.
The Union Book Group
July 13, 7:00 pm, Kakao Cafe
We are reading Sherman Alexie's The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian. Our current series is on Race & Justice. Contact JoAnn.
Union Camping Trip
July 21-23 at Camp Casey
Campsites, some rooms and some bunks available. To register email Kate.
Summer Truth & Justice Initiative
Wednesday, July 25, 7 p.m. 415 WestlakeCristhian Gómez, our Pastor-in-Resident, will share about his involvement in the work of reconciliation in Colombia as he comes alongside displaced people as the result of a 60 year civil war. Learn how the gospel transcends cultures and borders as Cristhian shares his story of forgiveness and hope.