We are the “God is Still Speaking” Church!
We celebrate that God is continuing to bless our lives with daily grace.
Guess what we’ve discovered?
God is inviting us to go on a trip together.
No, it’s not a vacation trip.
This is a vocation trip!
Our vocation, our calling is becoming who God is asking us to be.
As the saying goes, “Life is not a destination. It’s a journey!”
Our congregation is embarking on a Journey that we’re calling: Growing the Vine Together.
We are travelling together. And it’s exciting!
“Still-Speaking” God is saying: “What If…”
It’s about potential.
The possibilities are limitless.
This “What If…” Journey is about our God-given potential as a community of faith.
There’s a world of difference between “living it up” and “living up” to who God would like us to be!
Our congregation’s “What If…” Journey is a calling to “live up” to our God-given potential.
This is a process of calling on God to reveal ever more things we can do to support and enhance the life
of this congregation which is a vital instrument of God for carrying out Christ’s ministries.
Ivy Chapel UCC is our spiritual home. God has provided us with this remarkable church home not solely
for our own benefit. This is all part of God’s design: We are blessed, so that we may offer blessing.
We receive, so that we may give.
We have been given much. God has entrusted us with much. Related to this, our Savior Jesus
proclaims, “From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one
who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked.” (Luke 12:48)
“What If…” you and I trust God with abandon?
“What If…” we live with conviction that Ivy Chapel United Church of Christ is Holy Ground?
With the conviction that there are unique and crucial things God fervently wants to accomplish here?
Imagine what could come about!
Where can this Journey lead?
See for yourself. We pray that you will come and see!
Let’s join together - Growing the Vine Together.
Rev. Dan Wilson
Pastor, Ivy Chapel United Church of Christ
“God is able to provide you with every blessing in abundance, so that by always having enough of everything, you may share abundantly in every good work… Through the testing of this ministry you glorify God by your obedience to the Gospel of Christ and by the generosity of your sharing with [the saints] and with all others, while they long for you and pray for you because of the surpassing grace of God that God has given you. Thanks be to God for God’s indescribable gift!”
2 Corinthians 9:8,13-15
Trust these words.
Trust in God’s provision.