Spirituality is a way of being. It is a journey. At National Avenue Christian Church, we pursue a new kind of progressive spirituality. We embrace traditional worship, but we encourage doubt and informality. We raise intellectual questions, but we thrive on authenticity and honesty. We root ourselves in the richness of the Christian tradition, and we recognize God’s truth in all its diverse forms. We’re not afraid to be imperfect. The truth is, there is no one path, but we all walk together. Wherever you are on your faith journey, you’ll find a place here.

We have several new opportunities for spiritual formation coming. Here are some highlights:

Spiritual Formation Opportunities Abound During Lent!

Over the next forty days, we invite you to cultivate practices that helps you find God’s wholeness. Lent is a gift of time that allows us to reflect on how we can deepen our relationship to God. During our series, Our Journey to Wholeness, will lead us through the Sacred Art of the Twelve Steps in a hope-filled approach that invites us to spiritual and personal growth. You will find prayer cards and other opportunities on this table each week as you cultivate and depend your relationship with God.

Disciples on the Edge

Sunday, March 9th Deciding to be Free
Sunday, March 16th Searching the Ego
Sunday, March 23rd Defect Removal
Sunday, March 30th Naming the Harmed
Sunday, April 6th Attending to the Moment
Sunday, April 13th First Step, Last Step


Women’s Book Group at NACC   

Please email Tina Moore  mstinamoore@gmail.com with any questions about upcoming events.   

5 thoughts on “Spirituality

  1. But if you’re interested…. Long ago, when I was young and single, I asked a minister that and he said, “We do now and you’re our first member!” Before long we had about 15 and it was great.

  2. I searching for a church that is open to gay lifestyles. I am a single mother of two boys, that has two moms. I want to be comfortable, and my children to not be judge for having two moms. I don’t want to disrespect and church by just showing up, and making your congregation uncomfortable. Please let me know how your church handles this type of situation. Thanks for your time. Anna Davis

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