The All-Sex Weekend Continues at Connexus

It’s been great to get feedback on how many of you appreciate the opportunity to tackle the issue of sex from God’s perspective. God and Sex continues at both campuses this weekend.

This weekend we ramp things up even more at both campuses. Orillia, you are in for a really cool treat this weekend.  And Barrie, well, this weekend’s service will either drive you out of the church or make you wish you’d brought all of your friends to see this.  I don’t know which it will be…and I’m not telling till we get there.

Here’s the weekend line up:

Orillia Campus | June 1st 2008
God and Sex | Part Two: How Far Can I Go?
If
intimacy and sex have become separated, many people are determined to
bring the two back together again, but often, we fail.  Porn, sex
outside of marriage, masturbation, oral sex – where do these forms of
sexual expression fit in God’s plan? How far can you go sexually? Will
any of this lead to intimacy?

Ross McLeod leads worship.

Note:
This service is rated PG 13.  We’ll be talking honestly and biblically
about sex.  There is great kids programming at Connexus at all services
for kids aged birth-grade 8.

Barrie Campus | Sunday June 1st
God and Sex | Part Three: Totally Satisfying Sex
Cosmopolitan
aside, is it possible to have completely satisfying sex?   How do
married people find sexual fulfillment?  What about singles?  Where
does real joy in sex come, whether you’re sexually active or not?

Andy Walker leads worship.

Note:
This service is rated PG 13.  We’ll be talking honestly and biblically
about sex.  There is great kids programming at Connexus at all services
for kids aged birth-grade 8.

Thanks to our amazing e-teams and volunteers who make Sundays happen every single weekend!

Looking forward to seeing you Sunday and learning and growing together!

Carey Nieuwhof
Lead Pastor  

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1 Comment

  1. Joan says, June 1, 2008 at 7:14 pm

    I'm thankful for the series, Carey!

    Great information, great reinforcement of beliefs/values, really great humour! Difficult subject to tackle and you did it so well.

    As a (sometimes lonely) divorced woman, the single aspect you talked about was tough to take in but now looking at it with the perspective of more of me to focus on God and others, it really helped. If I'm to stay single, at least I have more things to think about now… besides the effort it takes to take out the garbage :-).

    Thanks again!
    Joan

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