As a church, we are setting aside today to emphasize the importance of foster care and adoption. Jesus’ brother, James, wrote a letter to early Christians and his words are striking. The clearest evidence of true religion shaped by the Gospel is the way the faith community cares for the marginalized—specifically widows and orphans. This sentiment is echoed throughout Scripture. Furthermore, one of the most beautiful metaphors of the Gospel is that we have been adopted into God’s family, with God as our True Father. As we bring attention to this issue, we hope that it might lead some to consider foster care and adoption, while calling the entire church to a posture of love and support for those who do so. We will also share a bit about some ministries involved in this sort of care and cast vision for a ministry that could lead our church to create a culture of care for marginalized children and for families who get involved in adoption and foster care.
Sundays @ 10:00am
Genesis Kids provides programming for children from birth through fifth grade. Casual dress is the norm.