Sunday Worship - September 25th

September 25, 2021

Faith Worship - 19 September 2021 at 10 am

This week in our Gospel, the disciples hear about a person who is healing in Jesus’ name and try to stop him. But Jesus tells them not to and that anyone who is not against us is for us, pushing us into a conversation about ownership of ministry and how we see our discipleship in the world.

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