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2019 Covenant Renewal Sunday

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Sunday, August 4 is Metanoia’s Partnership Covenant renewal day. Partners will renew our Covenant with one another during the Worship Gathering. If you are a Partner and unable to attend the Worship Gathering on our Covenant renewal Sunday, please complete a Covenant Renewal Card and place it in the information box prior to that date. […]

Sermon Series: James

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James was the half-brother of Jesus, and one of the pillars of the first Christian church in Jerusalem. His words are humble and some of the finest examinations of true Christian faith in the New Testament epistles. The book of James delivers expansive and sublime truths about faith and religion in bite-sized phrases. This delivery […]

2019 Summer Hangouts

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Summer Hangouts are opportunities for the Metanoia Church community to hangout during the summer. If you can make it to all of them, awesome! If you can make it to one, that’s great too! All of these events are open to anyone and everyone in the church community who wishes to participate. After all, “we […]

Metanoia is a People

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As Pastor Adam prepares for his sabbatical this summer, he will explore Scriptures that speak to Metanoia’s past and our present realities, as well as inspire us for the days to come. Central to this series is a phrase often spoken around our church: “Metanoia Church is a people.”

Easter Sunday 2019

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Celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ this Easter with Metanoia! Easter Sunday is April 21 this year. Below is an overview of Metanoia’s Easter Sunday events. Easter Missions Offering During the weeks leading up to Easter, we are collecting a special donation for church planting and mission work in North America. Details for the Annie […]

Annie Armstrong Easter Offering

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About the offering The North American Mission Board (NAMB) and its missionaries serve a diverse and complex region. United States, Canada and U.S. territories of Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa 363 million people 350 languages 14+ religions 273 million estimated lost Many North American cities could reasonably be called preChristian. In the midst […]