Family is belonging. It’s acceptance and security without performance. It’s connection with people who actually love one another. Families have a regular rhythm of “gathering” and “scattering” whether it’s a daily juggle of work, school and family meals or a holiday spent with extended family. Jesus connected us to our Heavenly Father and showed us what it means to be spiritual family. He did real life. He ate meals with sinners and gave sermons to religious leaders. He ministered to families in homes and multitudes on a mountainside. He gathered disciples, pulled them into the family business, then scattered them to do the same throughout Judea. We seek to do what Jesus did. We gather together as an extended spiritual family on the first Sunday of the month and spend the other Sundays in House Churches combining worship with real life. We would love for you to join us!
Most of us experience a range of emotions when we encounter a new environment for the first time. We get it! We’ve all been there. We wrestle with questions like: Do we share the same values and beliefs? Is God in this relationship? Does it feel like “family”?
How Did We Get Here?
In the context of a global pandemic and after a series of “God-incidents” we asked ourselves in October 2020 what (if anything) are we supposed to learn from Covid-19?
Gathered Church — 10:00am, 1st Sundays
FHS Auditorium — 644 4th Ave W, Kalispell
Scattered Church — 2nd, 3rd & 4th Sundays
Mail: PO Box 1778, Bigfork, MT 59911