Does the world need another church? No, it needs a different church! We are different because Jesus was different. He turned the world’s ideas about God upside down, and through love, forever changed the way that humans could relate to God and each other. We're different because there is a person who sees the typical church and longs for something more, something better. Maybe that person is you. We are radically inclusive, serious about understanding the historical context of scripture, and financially transparent and responsible. Maybe you're different too?
God Already Thinks Your Pretty Cool - 6/15/21 Service
We use Psalm 139 to try and get an idea about what God thinks of us, and maybe how we should think of us.
Diversity And Inclusion Training - 6/6/21 Service
Today was one of the best services we've ever had. This was a safe space to learn about others, and how to be the most inclusive, and affirming, church possible. We hope you love this, and please feel free to share with friends!
Trinity Sunday - 5-30-21 Service
The 30th is Trinity Sunday... Who knew? Let's talk a little about it.
Original Grace - 5/23/21 Service
Have you ever heard of "Original Sin"? What about "Original Grace?" Today's awesome guest speaker, our very own Shannon, talks about both - and a little bit of joy.
Boundaries - 5/16/21 Service
If you know anything about us, you may know that Hannah loves to talk about the importance of mental health. And for mental health awareness month, we decided to talk about boundaries. Also, if you're interested, check out the financial update at the beginning.
Diff Church Moms - 5/9/21 Service
Let's take a look at God in the feminine, and talk about moms.
Refreshing Church Podcast
I’m so thankful to have found Different Church and this podcast. Keep up the great work Hannah and Jarrett.
Organic, conversational, and the episode length is consumable
Thank you! Looking forward to future episodes!
Seriously Inspiring Podcast
Beyond thankful for Hannah and Jarrett and their commitment to include those pushed to the margins into the conversation about god.