This week at Willow offers fantastic opportunities to celebrate, connect with others, and go deeper with God:
This weekend, November 10/11, Acting Senior Pastor Steve Gillen concludes Kingdom Come with a message about building a firm foundation. We also celebrate God's grace and transforming power demonstrated in the lives of those being baptized. If you've made a decision to follow Christ but haven't been baptized, consider making your faith public this weekend.
Learn more and register here.
2. Redeeming pain
Road to Peace workshops kick off this Wednesday, November 7, with a workshop about redeeming pain. Jason Feffer, director of The Practice, will unpack the second beatitude: blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. "We'll discover how our pain and sorrow can be redeemed and used to shape us," says Jason. "I encourage you to come and explore practical ways to experience the loving comfort of God through trials."
7:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 7, in the Chapel.
3. A night off for women Women: Gather your friends, old and new, for a movie night! We'll watch the classic You've Got Mail on the big screen and have popcorn, refreshments, games, and trivia to test your movie knowledge. Bring blankets and chairs—and wear your most comfortable pair of sweatpants—to enjoy this night out. Childcare available.
6–9 p.m., Thursday, November 8.
Willow Worship released a three-song EP, Hope is Not Lost, as a prayer and response to the ways God is working in our church during this season. Hope is Not Lost is available on the platforms below—or anywhere you get your music!