The Way of Christ

April 16-19, 2020

at Kuriakos

What is the Way of Christ?

God is in the process of reconciling all people.This reconciling act of God is first experienced as FORGIVENESS and GRACE and moves very quickly into a real experience of RELIEF, FREEDOM and JOY. That's real salvation while we live! These are God's gifts to give, and God gives them to everyone. Sometimes we don't experience ourselves as deserving or included. We can actually believe God loves some people more than others and simply settle for worshipping God on the edges of love and grace. 


What is the Purpose of The Way of Christ?

The Way of Christ is a 3-day experience of lived grace, in which every person who attends experiences God's forgiveness, grace, and love for them.  


What Happens on a Weekend?

The experiences of RELIEF, FREEDOM, and JOY are predictable here and they are yours for the taking. If you want a deeper connection to God, yourself, and the church; if you want to deepen your joy; if you want time away to having a renewing and transformative weekend, this is the place for you. Attendance at The Way of Christ requires the support of someone who has already attended a 3-day weekend experience. If you don't know anyone who can sponsor you, please speak with Lise Wilson, the pastors, or check in with the church office. We will find someone for you! 


What Happens after the Weekend?

Participants are encouraged to expand their spiritual lives through study, church participation, and natural active witness to the power of God's love in daily life. Ongoing opportunities for sharing and growth are also provided through small groups meeting regularly for study, prayer, and support. Periodic gatherings of the local Way of Christ Community, called ForWords, offer encouragement, inspiration, worship, fellowship and sharing.   

Who Attends?

The Way of Christ is designed for ordinary people aged 18 and older from every walk of life, as well as pastors. It is for people who live strong and active lives in Christ, as well as those who seek to be renewed and strengthened in their faith lives. Baptism and church membership are not required, although the sacraments of the church are a topic of conversation and practice on the weekend. The Way of Christ is an inclusive ministry, meaning all people are welcome.