Over the summer we have been collecting insect repellent to be handed out to the homeless men, women, and children in our community through our community partner Streetlight Ministries. We set a goal for 486 units of insect repellent and we have said that if we meet our goal by August 26th, the church would get to slime me, your pastor. With one week to go it looks like we...Keep Reading
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We are a humble church, with no grand building to house our family on Sundays but we are rich in authenticity and strong in our bonds to one another. When we sing and pray it really feels as if we do so in a manner that worships god rather than revels in our own magnificence. We worship authentically and we worship biblically. That is what compelled my family to join Spirit and Life and I believe that this sense of earnestness and godliness is what has allowed us to make this church our home....
This article is one in of a series that discusses our core values. At Spirit & Life, we seek to be in relationship with each other as encounter Jesus invites us into relationship with God. We seek to accept everyone God calls into relationship with our community....
CD Release Concert #2 & Christmas Carol Sing Photo Gallery...
The story of the TAG (Tweens and God) mission trip called Helping Hands as told by cute pictures and captions. The pictures are cute because we have cute TAG members....Keep Reading
Today we're rolling out an updated look for the church that we hope captures the essence of our mission and vision....Keep Reading
What is the Bible? Is it a collection of ancient stories, laws and myths? Is it writings and musings from a bygone age that helped people cope with the harsh realities of pre-modern life? Is it God's love letter to his children? Is it God's perfect instructions to us meant to govern all our actions and choices, to be followed to the letter? Is it God breathed and useful fo...Keep Reading
We Have an Ugly Cross in Our Midst This Lent...Keep Reading
In one of his books former UCLA basketball coach John Wooden wrote: "If I were ever prosecuted for my religion, I truly hope there would be enough evidence to convict me." A popular saying is similar: If you were on trial for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict? At the heart of each statement is a belief that our faith should motivate and impact...Keep Reading