Here At Foundry

we strive to be a people who ‘love God, love each other, and change the world’ through all that we do. This includes calling, equipping, and sending spiritual leaders for the church and world. Said a different way, we want to help form and equip faithful disciples of Jesus Christ. What does that mean? By discipleship we mean: the ongoing process initiated and guided by the Holy Spirit, in which we are living in God’s love for us and the world. Discipleship is lived out in the covenant relationships that help cultivate in us the things Jesus embodied—love of God, love of one another, and transformational witness and service in the world.

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Discipleship begins in the covenant of baptism, our promise to live and grow as a follower of Jesus, and continues as we engage our faith critically and creatively. No matter where you are on your journey, we have opportunities for you to do that here at Foundry.

Wade out into the waters of your baptism, and find easy-to-engage opportunities for learning, growing, and building relationships.

Dive into vows of baptism, opportunities to be more engaged, and commit to longer-term ways of growing and living as a disciple.

Go deep as a disciple of Jesus Christ, engaging in long-term and ongoing ways to stay committed and critically engaged as disciples of all ages and stages.

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Our classes and learning opportunities are the places where we celebrate the gift of challenging study to increase our faith, perfect our hope, and help us more fully engage the journey of discipleship. And our teachers and facilitators work hard to make sure content is relevant, accessible, and applicable every step of the way. Check out some of current opportunities for learning and growth below and get connected to what God is doing here at Foundry Church

Engaging Faith for Racial Justice

Foundry's Top Picks for 2019

This list is offered to help engage our experience and perspectives around race. It is shared as a resource and encouragement to raise consciousness and broaden understanding. The list is not exhaustive, though there are a variety of genres represented—fiction, non-fiction, history, memoir, and theology.

Foundry members are invited to read a book each month—or at least six of the twelve books numbered on the list before the end of February 2020. Read these on your own, with a friend, in your small group, or with your Sunday School class. Look for information on classes or book groups forming around these titles through the year and avail yourself of the opportunity to participate.

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