Staten Island Community Group Week #2: Sat.,...
Upcoming Community Group Guide: Take some time to review this week’s discussion guide. http://www.apostlesnyc.com/mediafiles/cg-leader-guide-january-23-2011.pdf Past Week’s Sermon: “Covenant over Consumerism” http://bit.ly/fDXlFW or podcast http://bit.ly/hjLwYA Next Neighborhood Gathering: Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 @ 7:30 PM Failte Irish Pub, 531 2nd Ave (29th...
All Roads Lead to Staten Island Community Group...
Growing up, I remember hating the fact that I lived in New York, particularly Staten Island. I, like so many others, grew unsympathetic towards everything on this ‘God-forsaken dump’ and thought moving elsewhere would solve my initial problem. However, in the summer of 2009, I began attending Apostles Church where I encountered individuals from all over the country now living in New...
Staten, we go hard! Four days till the launch of...
Staten Island Community Group Five Days Away
Staten Island Community Group Ten Days Away:...
Why care about a community group, let alone, a Staten Island one? Community has always played an integral part of diversifying history, especially one that takes Jesus Christ seriously. Staten Island may be (fifth and) forgotten by the other four New York City boroughs, but we have actually enjoyed a rich and unique history over the years (or so Wikipedia says). Why take Jesus Christ seriously?...
Staten Island Community Group Exactly Two Weeks...
Apostles Church Community Groups are a small group of people (generally 5-12) who gather in their local neighborhood to create a gospel-centered community on mission. Our communities aim to embody 3 Core Values: Gospel Enjoyment, Intentional Community and Prayerful Mission. Our hope and prayer is for God to saturate our neighborhoods with local gospel-centered communities on mission throughout...
I hope watching Jersey Shore inspires you to pray for Staten Island community...– Brad Davis
Combined Worship Gathering Tonight
On Sunday, January 2nd, the Apostles NYC worship gatherings will be combined into a single service. The service will be held at 5:00pm at St. George’s Episcopal Church (9 Rutherford Pl). Childcare will be provided. We invite you to join us as we begin 2011!