Have you ever noticed how many windows are in this city? Some are decorated, some are broken. Some invite you in, some warn you to stay out. Some scream of their power, some whisper of pain. What do you see when you take the time to notice the windows? I see hope.
The Bible says that in the person of Jesus, the infinite God of the Universe took on flesh, that is, He became a person, and moved into the neighborhood. Because of His life, death, and resurrection, His Spirit is now compelling us and empowering us to do the same thing.
I don’t know what your experience of church has been, but at Imago Dei Church, we believe that church isn’t an event to attend on a Sunday, but it’s a community of hope, life, and love, empowered by God Himself to care for the city, the neighborhood that He moves us into.
Our hope is to experience and extend the presence of God in this place by caring for each other like a family, serving this city like we’ve got nothing to lose, and worshiping God fully, in every area of our lives.
Will you join us in front of these windows? These windows are inviting you in so that we, together, can be empowered and equipped to be sent out to live out the image of God together. We’ll see you Sunday.