A FRESH LOOK AT HOW WE DO CHURCH
The fastest growing religious group in the United States is known as the Nones. These are people who do not identify with a religion. This group comprises one-fifth of the total population and one-third of people under 30.
But despite the fact that the church faces unique difficulties in an ever-changing world, Jesus’ call remains.
“Go, therefore, and make disciples.”
This is the heartbeat of Frontlines, a unique community at the Branch where we are reimagining how we do church with the hopes of reaching those furthest from God. We are experimental and do things out-of-the-box because we believe that to reach people no one is reaching, you have to do things no one is doing.
Our canvas is summed up in three values: Passion, Community, and Justice. These guide the things we do. We have gatherings on Saturday nights at 5pm. You should come, we’d love to have you on our team.
Alex Wickell - August 4, 2018
What Matters Most to God
From Series: "David (Frontlines)"
David was many things to the people of Israel. He was a shepherd boy. A warrior king. A musician. A father. But there’s one aspect of David’s identity among his people that became more renown than all others: David was a man after God’s own heart. Join us as we take a closer look at the life of David—examining his heart—so that we too can be a people after the heart of God.