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Life is better connected.

We say that all the time, but why is it true?

If you've been coming to Connexus for a little while, you know it's easy to slip in and out, unnoticed, anonymous.

And there can be a comfort in that. For a while.

The truth is, eventually you'll crave more. You'll miss community. You'll feel disconnected. And that's just because we aren't meant to do life alone.

One of the best ways we have to get into community is through Starting Point and Grouplink. Both are small group environments where you can find a deeper level of community than you'll ever find during our Sunday morning services.

In Part 2 of Pivot (this weekend in Orillia) we get to hear all about how God can move through the people around us. And why in almost every way, circles truly are better than rows.

Grouplink is coming up next week in Barrie and the following week in Orillia. If you're not yet in a community group, register.

Move from a row to a circle. Start a conversation, find community, and begin friendships. It may be one of the best decisions you make all year.


Barrie Campus

Pivot – Part 3 – Private Disciplines | Carey Nieuwhof

In this session of Pivot, you will be introduced to the role private spiritual disciplines play in the development of our faith. Drawing from Jesus' teaching in the Sermon on the Mount, we’ll look at how God leverages systematic prayer and generosity to grow our confidence in him.

8.30 and 10.00 am | Galaxy Cinemas, Barrie

Invite your friend to Barrie here.


Orillia Campus

Pivot – Part 2 – Providential Relationships | Carey Nieuwhof

People struggle deeply with the question of how they experience God’s grace. You would expect God’s love to be experienced directly with him. And sometimes it is. But often he uses other people to show us his love. Consequently, providential relationships can be a visible expression of God’s invisible grace.

8.30 and 10 am | Family Ministry @ 10am | Galaxy Cinemas, Orillia

Invite your friend to Orillia here.


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