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In this moment, we need contemplative leaders, not combative leaders. It is from a place of rest and connection with Christ that we move into a world that desperately needs Jesus with His life and love.
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Recently the Oregon Governor declared the limitation on church gathering sizes a public health recommendation and not an enforceable law. This has led some to wonder if Westside will open up our church building to larger Sunday gatherings immediately. As most of our congregation knows, our decision regarding reopening the building considered several factors, only...
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Years ago, Westside Church had a vision statement that guided what we did as a church and how we did it. It was, “changing the face of faith one conversation and one act of kindness at a time.” The idea was how our actions could redefine, for people in our community, what it means to...
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As I thought about the most recent covid-restrictions, several ideas were rumbling around in my mind and spirit to share with you.
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As our nation waits anxiously for the results of the election, pastor Steve encourages us to find hope and peace in God's promises.
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Pastor Steve sits down with Redmond City Council Member Ginny McPherson on Election Day.
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We’re launching a series in the book of Joel, and I’m super excited about this series. Before we dive in, I wanted to speak to something that I’ve heard around town and the region. Usually, I don’t respond to rumors because there’s many of them, and there’s no reason to respond to every one of...
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Beginning September 20th, we’re starting to have Home Churches gather together in the building during the 8:30am service. Currently, we’re only able to have 100 people gather at a time. With those limits,  each Home Church will only be able to attend in-person once per month.  At this time, the only way to join us...
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