Learning to do life together with Jesus for the sake of our city and the hope of our world
During this time we want to continue to practice neighbor-love and care with one another and our neighbors just as Jesus loved us. We can do this by reaching out to each other, providing for practical needs and praying for one another. If you have any questions about what is going on at Riverside please do not hesitate to reach out (firstname.lastname@example.org). Know that the Zack and Joe are available to listen and pray with you.
Over the last few weeks, the violence of black lives have been on the forefront of our minds as we grieve the recent deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, Protesters have been crying out for justice. Social media and news outlets have been debating and discussing this reality. With so many different voices it can be difficult to quiet our own minds and hearts and begin to discern how to respond, what to do?
We will be looking together at "Black lives, violence and Jesus" and we will be asking the question: "HOW LONG OH LORD?" We will learn together with Jesus as we open the Bible and try to discern through all of these things.
Sunday Morning Worship
Visitor Welcome Lunches
House Group Beginnings
House Group Connect
Riverside Basics Classes
Riverside Beliefs Classes
How to Use Spiritual Gifts Workshops
How to Sharing Your Faith Workshops
Women's Bible Studies
Men's Bible Studies
Youth & College Activities
Local and Global Outreach
To find out when these events are held, check out the upcoming events calendar
Most of us aren't rest-a-holics. Most of us are wore out with hard work and a frenetic pace
TRYING TO DO LARGE THINGS FAMOUSLY AS FAST AS POSSIBLE!
The problem is that most things that truly matter in life require us to cultivate
MOSTLY OVERLOOKED THINGS
OVER A LONG PERIOD OF TIME.
For this reason, Riverside has resting months. We seek seasons of strategic rest for the Purpose of passionate ministry.
So, during the months of April, August and December our Weekly Ministries (Except for Sunday Mornings),
take a break!