Town Hall Meeting
September 30, 2020
7:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: 4700 Leeds Ave, El Paso, TX 79903
Politics. Protests. Injustice. Race. Fake news. Pandemic. Safety.
This year we're wrestling with some big topics. But what does the Bible really say about these things? And how should Christians think about these things?
In our Town Hall meetings, we'll see to find and examine the biblical principles that help us navigate these complex topics. We believe that our weekly worship gatherings should remain focused in this season on the weekly examination of passage of Scripture, but we also see a need for Christians to be equipped to think well about these kinds of questions. These discussions will be less formal than a Sunday sermon and instead be a discussion between several of the church elders or other members in the church.
What to expect:
- A one-hour discussion on a relevant topic
- The option to join us in person (limited capacity) or live online for the discussion
- One block of time laying out biblical principles and a second block of time answering specific questions submitted by members of the church
- The ability to submit a question in advance or during the discussion
Want to participate? Please register whether you're planning to join in-person or online so that we can get you meeting details and follow-up resources.
Our first topic: Relationships in a Politically Divided Age. As we approach another round of elections relationships within families, churches, and friends can be splintered and tense. How can we learn to talk about politics as Christians while still maintaining relationships and love for one another? How can we actually use these discussions with those who don't know Christ as an opportunity to point them to Jesus? Rather than being afraid of these discussions, the Bible's principles allow us to approach them with love, hope, and truth, for the benefit of all.