prayer for friend Mindy and daughter- Mallory who was diagnosed with cancer
Steve and Janet Pearce- who have now moved to Utah.
Francene and Lee Criswell's neighbor- Ron-A father of 4 children dealing with cancer
Tiny House Village!- pray for this new opportunity for us to build a new tiny house village for homeless people in South Kitsap.
House Churches You Can Join
Mon. 6:30pm Bell/Hanson
Wed. 7:00pm Young Adults
Wed. 6:30pm Kenady- on Summer break
Wed. 6:30pm Ehlert/Blair
Thurs. 6:30pm Goodman- coming
Sat. 6:30pm Youth group
For further information call:
360-801-0012 or e-mail us at
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Christian Apologetics- Theology & Philosophy
Building Community- Reaching People
Ekklesia friends at the Ocean Shores Family Retreat last week.
Charlie Brown used to say, "I can use all the friends I can get!" This is truly one of the deepest needs people have in our culture. We live isolated and lonely lives avoiding people and avoid exposing ourselves to potentially damaging relationships. We live in a world where people need connection and they need people whom they can depend upon. This is called "Community" and as people who follow Jesus we need to be the ones offering it to whomever will receive it. Building community takes intentional work and it also means breaking out of your comfort zones so that new people can be loved and accepted into the family. This is the good news of Jesus that offers family and community to people who have been far away from God. Church is about community!
Church is a place that is inclusive and outreaching.
Church is where people find understanding and forgiveness.
Church is meant to be open and accepting.
Church is about people and about our city.
Church is not about a building but about people that are loved.
Church is about serving, helping, working, loving and connecting!
Let's be the church and live as people seeking ways to grow in our relationships, knowledge of God, and concerns for our community!
Pray For the Warner Ave. Village!
Tiny Houses for the Homeless
Opportunity Village construction in 2013, Eugene, OR
Last week several Ekklesia leaders met with Mrs. Caudill (the property owner) and several other coordinators exploring the proposed property and legal issues. We are moving forward with land appraisal and other legal matters that will need to be established. We will hopefully begin clearing the property in the next few weeks or months. What an awesome opportunity this will be to bless people who are in need. As we move closer to the first few days of work projects on the site, we will call for volunteers to join us to do some work.
Gathering Next Week in Clayton Park
Ekklesia will move it's meeting location next Sunday, June 12th to Clayton Park which is located between DeKalb Street and Dwight Street in Port Orchard. We will meet at 11am in the park for a time of worship and communion then end with a BBQ. Everyone is encouraged to bring your own lawn chair, blanket, picnic basket and some friends!
Contact: Tim Blair or the Ekklesia Church at - 360-801-0012
We are so blessed to be working on this mission called Ekklesia! We work in people's yards, pack food at the food bank and dream with county administrators about building tiny house villages for the homeless! It is such a good time to be participating in Jesus' Kingdom. Thank you to all our friends and supporters who have faithfully provided financial support and prayers for us. God is making some amazing things happen!