Deacon Brandon Lowe offers some follow-up on his 2017 post about Richmond’s new Bus Rapid Transit—which opens on Sunday, June 24th!
On the final Sunday of each month we take up a special offering for our Mercy Fund. Learn more about it and how it's used to care for our friends—within City Church and beyond.
"If I then, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet. For I have given you an example, that you also should do just as I have done to you."
How can City Church grow 20 percent while maintaining our identity in Christ and our mission to serve God? Doug McBride offers some insight from Galatians to help us answer that.
With plans underway to improve Richmond's public transportation system, residents have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to be involved in something that could potentially make a difference to every single person living in this city.
"For me, the unique thing about City Church is the openness to talk about what is happening in the world now and the transparency at the pulpit."
Caring for people is hard. At times it can be inconvenient, unrewarding, costly, frustrating, and frankly not what we’d like to spend our time doing. So why do it?
City Church member Nate Mathews share his experiences learning more about the proposed Bus Rapid Transit coming to Richmond, what it could mean for Richmond's low income families, and how you can get involved in the conversation.