Coming Home

People will come from east and west and north and south, and will take their places at the feast in the kingdom of God.
Luke 13:29 (NIV)

For many, home signifies a place of belonging, a place of safety. The church is to be that place for anyone can belong, to return to the one who created us.

For anyone who steps into a church, two questions many are asking: Do I belong? Does this faith work? This first question is the focus for our theme this year: Coming Home – re{serve}d for you.

Jesus invites us to his table, to his family. His intent is to restore the relationship God first envisioned with humanity including him as Lord. Everyone is invited to join him at his table.

The reservation isn’t just the initial invitation. If you are part of his family, you have a place to serve both those inside and outside the family.

If you’re willing to come to Jesus, welcome home!

“Home is where you go to find solace from the ever changing chaos, to find love within the confines of a heartless world, and to be reminded that no matter how far you wander, there will always be something waiting when you return.”
― Kendal Rob

“It was his home now. But it could not be his home till he had gone from it and returned to it. Now he was the Prodigal Son.”
― G.K. Chesterton

BTW, did you notice the “Easter egg” in the top right corner of the poster?