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 - April 22, 2017
What is Justice?
From Series: "In Chicago as it is in Heaven"
Justice: it's a word that's all over our social media pages and TV screens, but do we know what it really means? Furthermore, do we know what the Bible has to say (or how often it speaks) about justice?