Elements City Church

Archive for June 2013

It’s summer!

And though it’s ‘felt’ like summer for awhile now in Tucson, we’ve got some cool nights coming that you’ll want to check out.

We’re going to be having some fun this summer and you won’t wanna miss it or miss out.

Join us Sunday evenings 535pm!

June 30th – August 4th

We kick it all off June 30th with a WORSHIP NIGHT celebration.

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Father's Day 2013

Hey gang: Father’s Day Sunday (June 17, 2013) | Service is 535pm-7pm

Join us for some fun! For those that can hang around after service – we’ll be cooking up some burgers, having a bounce house for the kiddos and some other games as you’re hanging around in conversations.

We’ll also be having our Beard Contest! Grow it. Buy it. Make it and you’re entered. We’ll narrow it down and then winner will be drawn for a $50 Home Depot gift card. Oh yeah!

Stick around afterwards and share some smiles. We’ll see you Sunday!

What? you need directions?

pursued

Pursued Series: June 9th, 16th & 23rd

In our culture, we’re in love with love stories. There’s something about them that taps into our heart and desire to be pursued by love.

In one of the strangest love stories within the pages of the Bible, comes one of the clearest examples of God’s love. It’s an unlikely story that puts on display an unlikely divine love. Tucked within the book of Hosea in the Old Testament, unfolds a love story that has something to say to each of us.

We’re going to take 3 weeks to unpack and lean in to an amazing story and it’s implications for your spiritual journey, your understanding of who God is and what He’s truly like. It might mess with you and your perceptions of God – but we know that it’s our perceptions that shape our relationships. This book about God’s pursuing kind of love unlocks some truths that will make sure your perception of God is clear and complete.

This is a great series to invite some friends!

If you’d like to dive a little deeper into the book of Hosea – I highly recommend my friend Jud Wilhite’s book: *Pursued

*note: we’re pulling from this resource for this series and they’ve allowed us permission to utilize their graphics.