If you’re following Jesus, you can’t sit still, you have to move!
If you’re following Jesus,
you can’t sit still, you have to move!
We are lifelong learners, always learning more about following Jesus. We have everyone here – new to faith or new to Life Center – start with 1-2-3:
1 – CHURCH
Jesus made a habit of being in the synagogue service on the Sabbath. Christians have followed His example and made a habit of being in church on Sunday. Why? Christianity is a team sport! We do it best together.
- We learn more about Jesus and what it means to follow Him.
- We learn to worship: to focus your attention and affection on God.
- We learn how to follow the Bible.
- We learn to be generous.
- We learn to pray.
- We learn from each other.
Each Sunday, make some time for God and for people.
YOU CAN BE AS CLOSE TO JESUS AS YOU WANT TO BE
2 – ROOTED
Rooted is a 10-week small group experience that will help you find and follow Jesus. You are given a workbook with short daily readings and some reflection questions. This homework takes about 20-30 minutes a day, for 5 days each week. Then you meet with your Rooted group once a week to discuss what you’ve learned. All the groups meet here at Life Center on Sunday afternoons or Tuesday evenings.
Rooted is designed to help you grow in three ways:
Personally: you’ll learn to pray, serve, give, and share your story.
Relationally: you’ll get close to your group members and make new friends.
Spiritually: you’ll learn more about Jesus and what it means to follow him.
Rooted happens three times per year: fall, winter, and spring. Click the button below for more details and to register for the next session!
CHRISTIANITY IS A TEAM SPORT – WE’RE BETTER TOGETHER
3 – GROUPS
Christianity is a team sport – we’re better together! After completing Rooted, a great next step is to join a group! Our groups meet all over Spokane, and are focused on continuing our mission to help people find and follow Jesus. Groups gather regularly to read and discuss topics focused on personal, relational, and spiritual growth. Groups also go into the community to serve those who need it, and to find people they love, tell them what they know about Jesus, and bring them to their group or to church.