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Community Groups are intentional communities that meet during the week to explore and live out the Gospel. It's where we practice and experience our faith.
Join us in the cafeteria after service today for our annual Easter Luncheon.
Sexual Assault Awareness Talk | April 28th
Join us on 4/28 at 2pm as Garden of Hope leads us in a discussion on sexual assault in relevance to the Asian community, our Flushing neighbors, and the #metoo movement. We will be meeting in room 105. Please register via the online link or contact Maggie (email@example.com) for more information.
Teen Game Day | May 3rd
Are you board? Like videos? King's Cross is hosting a teens game day on Friday, May 3, from 6:30PM to 9PM at CPC (133-14 41st Ave., Flushing, NY 11355). Adults can partner with us in preparing a meal, lending board/video games, and/or interacting with our neighbors. A tournament with a grand prize will be held. For more information, contact Faith Kim, Joshua Ro, or Joseph Chang. Bring your game face!
Faith & Work Workshop | May 11th
To better accommodate for busy schedules, the Theology of Work Course will now be available as one Saturday workshop (2-6pm in Manhasset on 5/11). Please register in advance for the Saturday workshop. Childcare provided.
Faith & Work Events - Spring 2019
Theology of Work Course
To better accommodate for busy schedules, the Theology of Work Course will now be available as three Sunday PM classes (2-4pm at PS 20- 3/3, 3/17, 3/31) or one Saturday workshop (2-6pm in Manhasset on 3/2 and 5/11).
was crucified, died, and was buried. — The Apostles’ Creed Recently, I have been thinking a lot about human flourishing. What makes a human flourish? What does real flourishing...
This is part 3 of a 3-part series. Please see part 1 for context. I recently started a project called “Flushing Art Tours” in which I invite other Asian/Asian American Flushing...
Have you ever had a great conversation with friends about what they’ve given up for Lent, all while hoping they don’t ask you the same? Or cringed in the awkward silence when they...