Scott Chrostek

Downtown Enote

Focusing on the Mental Health Crisis this Weekend

Posted Jan 10, 2020

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Greetings RezDowntowners,

I hope this message finds you doing well today. After a week of living with temperatures in the 50's and 60's, it looks like things are going to return to winter this weekend. As a reminder, at Resurrection, we never cancel our worship services due to weather-related concerns. That said, in the event of inclement weather, we expect you to exert caution in making the decision to drive to church!

This weekend we'll continue in our sermon series on "What Would Jesus Say to..." Pastor Adam will focus specifically on the mental health crisis plaguing our nation. I encourage you to invite someone who might be interested in this, or simply share this video on social media as a way of inviting people to experience God through our church community.

Last weekend we had huge worship attendance at all of our services. It was especially awesome to see so many people in worship on Sunday night at our newly rebranded service at 1522 McGee! If you've never checked out our other worship space (at the old bar), please consider joining us on Sunday nights as we have returned to the place where it all started. Though we don't have childcare, the whole family is invited to sit together in worship – we have soft spaces for the kids and room for everyone. I hope you'll check it out!

If you are interested in getting connected in a Small Group at Resurrection Downtown, we want to encourage you to let us know as soon as possible!  Enrollment is open for our winter/spring 2020 semester - visit cor.org/downtown/getconnected to check out the groups that are open and find the best fit for you. Most of our small groups meet every other week for community and connection.  If you have any questions, please reach out to Pastor Matt at Matt.Bisel@cor.org.

We asked therapist Melissa Kincheloe to share some of her best insights to improve any person's wellness and relationships. Start the new year off right with these tips and tricks that therapists wish everyone knew, tomorrow, 10 am at 1601 Grand. Please register for "What Therapists Wish You Knew" at cor.org/downtown/eventsDepending on the winter weather, we'll post information about the cancellation and rescheduling of this event on our Facebook page. Please check Saturday morning before heading in!

Finally, whether you’re new to Resurrection Downtown or have been attending a while, join us this Sunday, Jan. 12 for Getting Started immediately after our 11 am service at 1522 McGee. Learn how the church got started and ways you can get involved. Light snacks will be served – no need to RSVP! Reach out to Pastor Matt.Bisel@cor.org with questions.

I am grateful for you and I look forward to seeing you in worship this weekend! I'm excited about our future and excited to see where God will lead us as we come together around these very important issues facing our country today. See you soon (and bring your snow boots!).

With Grace, Peace and God's Holy Adventure,

Scott

Scott Chrostek

Scott Chrostek

Scott Chrostek is the campus pastor of Resurrection Downtown.

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