Sunday: Scrimmage is a Practice that Feels Like a Game

September 16th, 2015 | John Chandler


We all want to be connected.

We want to feel known and loved by others. We want to know Jesus and follow him.

We are in the process of becoming a connected community that follows Jesus together!

But it will take time.

Midweek Groups exist to put two vital touch points on our weekly calendar:

After Liturgy on Sunday, September 20th, we’ll host the Fall Midweek Group Scrimmage at the Hope Chapel Fellowship Hall (Across the street at 6701 Arroyo Seco).

The word “scrimmage” means to practice the way you want to play. The Midweek Group Scrimmage is dedicated to practicing what a great session at your Midweek Group can be like.

At the Scrimmage you will:

  1. Find a new midweek group, or reconnect with an old one
  2. Practice listening to each other while you share a tasty meal
  3. Learn the ancient practice of Lectio Divina, a meditative approach to scripture.

Food and childcare will be provided to those who RSVP either on Facebook or by email Chris Morton.