I Live the Journey Blog
This I Live the Journey blog is a place to share your “God moments” and experiences of transformation during our campaign to maintain and improve our campus. We know that God is going to meet us here as we to come together in faith to worship, encourage each other and learn more about the loving God who calls us home to Journey as his children. Please comment and share how he is teaching you to, “live the journey” in community. You can also submit your story by clicking the button below.
Saturday, October 8th at 8 am The I Live the Journey projects are moving forward, and we need your help! The old thrift store needs to be gutted. Here are the things we need help with: Projects • Landscape removal • General demo • Remove fixtures off wall • Take...read more
Guest post: Kim Jones For the fourth time in two years, a nervous group of 30 adults at sat in class fingering notepads, readying laptops and snapped pen tops open and shut at the beginning of the Spring 2016 Write Your Journey Class. By the end of the class, they...read more
March 20 - 27, 2016, The Far Room at Journey Community Church turned into an art gallery and meditation room, evoking serious attention to be paid to the sacrifice and death of Jesus Christ. Celebrated by the Church for centuries, the Stations of the Cross depict the...read more
Pastor Chris Rader has been quietly managing the Care Ministries at Journey Community Church since 2010, recognizing that in every community of believers there will be those who have fallen off the societal boundaries that keep them working, finding shelter,...read more
We did it! The first major component of I Live the Journey is behind us! In December, Journey completed one of the largest solar conversions in East County. The church campus on Center Drive owns a seven-acre array of buildings including offices, meeting rooms,...read more
Friday & Saturday, December 11 & 12 8 am – 5 pm Our Food Bank has a new home. It‘s where the Trolley Stop Deli was. This new location will help us more effectively serve those in need. First, we have to fix it up a bit. Friday, December 11 and Saturday,...read more