What Colour is your Faith?? // Our summer worship series invites us to explore the ways faith is coloured by our individual growth and development and our participation in the cultures around us. Check out Joe's introduction and series outline: "Faith of Many Colours: the Spirituality of Spiral Dynamics"

"Listen: Our God is One" ~ When asked to sum up the core of faith, that's what Jesus said: God is One. And (I'm paraphrasing here...) you are One, and we all are One. Preposterous, given the trainwreck that life on this planet can seem to be sometimes... Or is it possible that we have been seeing things incompletely, missing a larger unity of which we are all a part? That's the Yellow space on the Spiral Dynamics model; the gateway to a brand new tier of consciousness. Or maybe it's not new: perhaps this is what Jesus was trying to tell us all along?

Click here for the written worship materials: August 8 // At-Home Worship Resources // Faith of Many Colours: Integral Faith

Click here for the youtube video version of Joe's sermon: "...and it was all Yellow"

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What Colour is your Faith?? // Our summer worship series invites us to explore the ways faith is coloured by our individual growth and development and our participation in the cultures around us. Check out Joe's introduction and series outline: "Faith of Many Colours: the Spirituality of Spiral Dynamics"

The Spiral Dynamics model describes the last fifty years as a massive shift from Orange to Green as the leading edge of Western society. Green is the space of inclusion, equality, globalism: lifting up the inherent value in each person and story. It's easy to recognize Wildwood as a generally Green church... how did we get here? And what does it mean to be healthy and whole in our Green approach to faith?

Click here for the written worship materials: August 1 // At-Home Worship Resources // Faith of Many Colours: Inclusive Faith

Click here for the youtube video version of Joe's sermon: "It's Not Easy Being Green"

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Life is full of situations that cause harm to ourselves and to others. The Gospel as well as Indigenous traditions around the world speak of living restoratively. How do we live in such a way as to hold ourselves and others accountable for the harms that have been caused? How do we restore and reconcile relationships and situations, even when there was no relationship to begin with? Can we seek to live restoratively in all of our lives?

Click here for the written worship materials: July 25 // At-Home Worship Resources

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Sunday Mornings
10:45 a.m. In-Person Worship at WMC

10:15 a.m. Zoom Fellowship Time
10:45 a.m. Live Stream of In-Person Worship via Zoom

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Pastor Joe Heikman
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Pastor Eileen Klaassen
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