Full hearts and soggy sneaks! Read a recap of City Church’s involvement in the Back on My Feet Sneaks Come Out at Night race.
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Read the final update from our El Salvador Team.
Catch up on what our El Salvador team has been up to the past few days.
Read all about our El Salvador team's activities with Mission to El Salvador.
As the New Year arrives, many people will make resolutions that will impact their habits. We will work on better dietary habits, spending habits, or exercise habits. But, few will consider their spiritual habits.
"When You Don't Feel It" by guest writer, Michelle Junot.
Maybe, a little small church is just what we need.
City Church is looking to hire two part-time staff members to help with our ministry to the church community and the neighborhoods of North Baltimore.
A Denomination's Repentance in Matters of Race
In light of recent in events in Baton Rouge, Minnesota, Dallas, and the ongoing violence on the streets of Baltimore, we pray this Prayer of Lament.
YoungLives Baltimore is a community outreach that comes alongside teen parents and their children in order to help meet their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. They are in need of drivers for their monthly outreach events. They are also in need of people who are interested in becoming leaders and mentors.
Hi City Kids Parents! There are lots of things to do in Baltimore over the summer with your kids, but my experience has been that living so close to the city, I never explore what options are available to me. Recently I spent some time looking up different activities and events in the city for young families! Here are just a few fun and inexpensive ideas that I found.
We often don't make a connection between our faith things like the well being of Baltimore's harbor. But the truth is, we have been given resources to be good stewards of them. The way we love and serve Christ is inherently tied to the way we take care of our environment! On Sunday, June 28 we heard from Elise Bruner of Blue Water Baltimore about the condition of Baltimore's harbor and some ways we can help improve it. Here's some more information about Blue Water Baltimore and ways to get involved.
This Sunday we studied the question, “What should I do when I am afraid?”
Guest blogger here, Alissa!
This past week my evenings were filled with games, singing, crafts and learning about the Bible! We had City Kids Evening Camp and it was a blast! Our nights went something like this...
Life Counseling Center offers biblical counseling that is grounded in the foundational truth that because of the Gospel, lasting change is possible. Life Counseling Center holds to the principle that hope is never lost, no matter how difficult the situations in which we find ourselves may be. Many people travel long distances to meet with counselors at Life Counseling Center, and this new partnership will make it easier for Baltimore residents to benefit from their solid Biblical counseling.
Get to know the counselors!
Christ’s words to the Church in Laodicea speak directly to our cultural moment. We live in one of the wealthiest, busiest places in the entire world. It is often our self-sufficiency and security, not suffering or poverty, that prevents us from fully experiencing God’s blessings.
Kate Goehringer works for Young Life Capernaum, Young Life’s ministry to teens with disabilities. She has agreed to share about this ministry and some ways we can pray and get involved.
Several weeks ago we got the great opportunity to hear from Matt Emerson, Lacrosse Ministry Representative with Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). He wrote the following blog article so that we might have a better picture of how this organization reaches students with the Gospel and how we can get involved.
Ephesians 6:18 tells us that we are to pray on all occasions. James 5:16 tells us that, as believers made righteous through Christ, our prayers are powerful and effective. We are often quick to voice opinions and interpretations of the painful, complex situations going on in our world and our communities, but do we consistently approach the throne of God in the same manner? These past few days have been some of Baltimore’s darkest. Here are five ways to lift up our City to the one who gave His own life to reconcile man’s relationship with God and with one another.