Church of the Apostles is an intentional, sacramental, community in the way of Jesus Christ.
Church of the Apostles is a congregation that embraces the diversity of human experience. We celebrate all cultural and racial identities. We honor and affirm all people’s expression of their own gender identity and sexuality. We affirm and celebrate love between people.
We believe that all humans embody divine image, are called to do divine work as co-creators with God, and are equal recipients of divine grace through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We believe that God’s work of love and reconciliation with creation wholly includes the life, love, and ministry of people of all genders, all races and all sexual orientations — simply put, all people.
We strongly uphold diversity of thought and being while creating meaningful worship together. There is no one creed, doctrine or belief required to collaborate with us in worship or in works.
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We wholeheartedly agree.
Happy to share the latest Epiphany song from Nat Ayewah! This one is inspired by Psalm 119 and Deuteronomy 30, from the Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany. Enjoy!
soundcloud.com by Nat Ayewah originally performed at Church of the Apostles, February 12, 2017 Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany, Year A Lyrics: Happy are those who are blameless And who walk in the way of the Lord H
Thankful for the insight and creative gifts of our M.Div Intern, Alex Mrakovich. Thank you for your hard work and sharing yourself with us over this last year Alex!
"Life on the other side of resurrection is about cultivating an imagination, an awareness, a way of relating that dares to step into haunted spaces, spaces of woundedness, with the hope of communion, kinship, joining, and intimacy: reaching out and declaring that the world and all of humanity is called beloved."
apostleschurch.org Master of Divinity Intern, Alex Mrakovich, offers a reflection of life on the other side of resurrection.
Our Music Director, Lacey Brown, has been working away at these Epiphany Songs! Here's the latest, from Anna Elisabeth.
soundcloud.com by Anna Elisabeth originally performed at Church of the Apostles, February 5, 2017 Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany, Year A Lyrics: Oh lord we long for your light Oh lord we long for your light Let th
Happy Earth Day from our friends of Poor Clare.
Spirit Come, Heal Our Home, Amen.
More good stuff from Pastor Ivar: the fourth track off of the Epiphany Songs Compilation, inspired by Micah 6:8.
soundcloud.com by Rev. Ivar Hillesland originally performed at Church of the Apostles, January 29, 2017 Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany, Year A Lyrics: Do Justice, Love mercy Walk humbly with your God Live righte
"One with water, one with dirt, one holy people to love this beautiful earth.
One in Christ, raised up from dead, one at our table of wine and bread.
We come beloved from the dust of the stars,
We are God’s and God is ours." -Rev. Ivar Hillesland
apostleschurch.org Spoken word(s) from Pastor Ivar on our starlight/space inspired Easter Vigil.
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