Who We Become
Altamesa's mid-week opportunity for spiritual reflection and formation intended to help disciples become active participants in the kingdom vision of Jesus.
The Hebrew word shalom speaks to a complete peace of mind, body, and soul that leads to wholeness of life. This kind of wholeness does not happen by accident. As we head toward Easter, we want to intentionally spend time with God in order to strengthen our relationships. As active participants in the kingdom vision of Jesus, we are called to be dependent on God, live in authentic community with others, and seek ways to be Christ-like in the world.
After experiencing a difficult season of life, it is helpful for disciples of Jesus to evaluate what we learned…about ourselves, about our community, about our world, about God. Join us as we discuss ways to have an emerging new life.
Preparing for the Holidays
This mid-week series will highlight for some, what is meant to be 'the most wonderful time of the year' can be the toughest. Join us as we discuss practical way to walk through the season and be ready to embrace the joy and the pain.
This mid-week series will highlight our discipleship values, which are a pathway for becoming an active participant in the kingdom vision of Jesus. The values help us answer the question: how do we live out Jesus' vision?
Stories of Race Faith and Hope
This series will provide a space to listen, learn and be encouraged. The focus will be on stories from Christians of color in our church family who have experienced prejudice, discrimination, hate and violence. Through it all, by the grace of God and abiding faith, we will hear that they are anchored by their hope in Jesus. Join us at noon every Wednesday in September to listen, learn and love well.
During this difficult season of social distancing and cultural tension, we want to provide a space to guide us into the presence of God to be refined and restored. Join us as we explore the fruit of the Spirit and learn some contemplative exercises.