Announcing Trinity At Emmaus Theatre
weekly services starting
Sunday, January 3, 2021 at 10AM
19 S 4th Street
We believe that God has uniquely called the church to bring the Gospel to our communities, nation, and world. We believe that He is doing a new thing and it is time for the church to pivot to reach more people with the Gospel. This pivot will not change our mission or our passion to see people come to know Jesus. It simply means that we must be good stewards of all the resources He has blessed us with to reach an ever-changing world that is in desperate need of the Hope of Jesus.
The church was never meant to be a physical building but rather a body of believers who live out their faith in their everyday life that is a radically different way to be human that leads people to a transformed life in Jesus.
We have been asking ourselves, “What does Good News look like to our neighbors – today and in the future?”
We believe the church exists to be a place where the following takes place:
The inner life of identity, Bible reading, and prayer.
The exterior life of public faith, testimony, justice, and witness
The internal Lordship of Jesus made external through confession, sacrifice, and holiness (holy living)
Ours is a cyclical approach to helping people experience Jesus, hear from Him, and find transformation through the Holy Spirit at work in their lives.
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