We hold an outreach event every year around Halloween called “Horrorween”. We are 4 years into this project and have seen the event grow each year. Halloween has become for our youth group what Christmas is for the Church. We have had no pushback on this event, and I am not writing this as a defense but instead to give you an update on exactly what this event is, and what happened this year. (more…)
Awakening One Night is happening Wednesday, November 6th! It will be like a night session at the Awakening Conference. We are going all out with worship, live performances, a guest speaker, and more! It’s going to be HUGE and you cannot miss it! Invite all your friends and family – Everyone is welcome! Admission is FREE!
This October 30th (Smithfield) and November 1st (Fall River) at Awakening is HORRORWEEN! This year we’re going ALL OUT and its going to be even crazier than in the past – This event is totally FREE for anyone and everyone!
A very foundational rule in making Jesus famous with our lives is starting at home. The problem is that a lot of our generation has become detached to their home life, detached to the people we see every day, detached to those who have invested their whole lives to raise us and take care of us. However, Jesus has chosen us to build up and bring Him into our families. Last week Pastor Marco spoke about four main points in which we can practically make Jesus famous at home. (more…)
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New Series at Awakening | This Wednesday 7 PM
This past week we had our second bonfire of the Summer, and it was an amazing success. We had hundreds of youth gathered together for a fun night of games, worship, the word, CREWs, a giant bonfire, and much more. Check out some highlights from the night:
It’s a sad day when we forget what God says because we know too much of the world.