National Back to Church Sunday!
National Back to Church Sunday started as a call to action and invitation – action for the church, invitation for the world. A single-day event focused on extending the invitation of love, peace and hope to our friends and neighbors. A single day to reclaim the true nature of Church – exactly as Christ commanded. Incredibly, since then, more than 4-million Christ-followers have participated through over 40,000 churches…and the movement continues to grow.
Join the Back to Church Sunday Movement as we celebrate that we are truly “Stronger Together”!
The Church is called to actively live the love of Jesus by sharing healing in the midst of brokenness, hope in the midst of uncertainty, unity in the midst of division, peace in the midst of chaos. The struggles we have faced this past year have been challenging, but God is at work! Now, more than ever, people need Jesus and a caring community where they can belong, grow and flourish. Join thousands of churches uniting together across the country and be a part of the national movement to invite everyone back to church to experience the transformative power of Christ’s message and Christ’s community.
National Back to Church Sunday is the national movement of churches reaching out to their community for Christ. This year we plan to see over 15,000 participating churches who are connecting with every home in their community because the need for true biblical community has never been greater.
“Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity.” – Colossians 3.12-14
Embracing the theme “Stronger Together” helps us share that there is a place for everyone in the Church –every single person in your neighborhood– and, as we gather to experience the grace and power of the Gospel, we find strength in Christ and strength in one another.