5 Ways of Seeking Spiritual Support and Community Connection
In this journey of life there are many ups and downs, bumps in the road, and wonderfully joyous times. People often connect here at NewChurch Live when life is in the midst of one of those seasons. We wanted to offer you thoughts around the ways in which NewChurch Live can be a source of spiritual support and community connection during both of those seasons, as well as everything in between. Here are 6 ways NewChurch Live can be a source of inspiration and connection.
- 10 Minutes of Calm – We offer this every weekday morning. It is a way to start your day with intention, prayer, and calm. Guided by a daily reading from the bible. It’s a wonderful way to seek spiritual support and inspiration as well as community connection through the others that watch, comment, and connect in the community chat. However, one of the best ways to watch this content is through the archives. You can also sign up to receive daily notifications before we go Live at 8:30am.
- Did you watch the service last Sunday on Community Support for Families Struggling with Addiction? Were you inspired and/or looking for more support from those that have experienced addiction either themselves and/or through a loved one? Maybe you want to join us for a follow up conversation. It is taking place this evening at 8PM, EST. The Conversation is called “Addiction – Open Group for Conversation” all are welcome. Email us for a zoom link.
- Are you looking for ways to see and experience more gratitude in your everyday life? As we enter the grounded holiday season, this can be a wonderful way to be more grounded and present. We are offering a book club reading 1000 Gifts by Ann Voskamp. There are still openings in our Thursday evening group. See below for more details. Participation in groups like these certainly cultivate spiritual support through connecting with others from all walks of life to discuss this topic and learn from one another.
- Watch this past service on the topic of “Connection” – We all know that in the long run people value experience more than things. How then do we learn to recalibrate, valuing memories more than material?