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Young Adults 18 to 20-Something (AXIS)

Join us in section 307 Sunday mornings at 11:15 a.m. Together we gather under the vision and direction of the entire church. Come join us 15 minutes before and after service for Coffee and Community right outside of Section 307. We also gather together once a month, check out our Events page for our upcoming Monthly Gathering.

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Mike Shintani

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Join us in Section E of the Lakeside Auditorium Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. Together we engage in the compelling worship and Biblical teaching of Willow’s Midweek Experience. Here you can expect to explore and learn how to apply God’s Word to your life. After service we gather together in the garage space adjacent to Section E. Here we build community together.

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Axis Garage

Joining a group is a great way to get to know people in this community. It gives you a chance to connect with "a few" rather than the masses. Each of our groups has its own identity and uniqueness. You are welcome to check out a group (or a few); just contact the leader and plan a visit.

Join a group and see if you just might begin to know God, yourself and others better. We hope you'll find a group that fits you and becomes a place where you know you belong.

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Latest Midweek Experience

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Psalm 51
Dr. Gary Burge

New Testament Professor Dr. Gary Burge continues the midweek study of Psalms with a look at chapter 51.

Gary writes, “Many have asked me about the origin of the public confession we used tonight. The confession comes from the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) which was first penned during the English Reformation in 1549 and came to the United States in the 18th century with the Church of England. Since then it has gone through a number of revisions to reflect the new centuries in which it is used. Many denominations have borrowed from the BCP over time so that its language is what shapes many of the worship liturgies you will hear today at weddings, funerals, etc. The version we used tonight is a revision done in 1979. This confession is from the Ash Wednesday liturgy that is always used along with Psalm 51.”

You can find it online at: http://www.bcponline.org/SpecialDays/ashwed.html.