Easter Sunday: We Need Kids Volunteers!

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Ethos Kids & Easter Sunday This Sunday, March 27th, is Easter Sunday. At the Cannery, we always experience a larger crowd for worship; this also bleeds over into our kids area. We could look at this like a problem — or we can see the blessing and opportunity it is. God continues to...

Care Team: Rejoicing for the Garzas

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"Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him. Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are children born in one's youth."  Psalms 127: 3-4 We are excited to be celebrating the arrival of a new Ethos baby, Gabriel Dean Garza, who joined parents, Joshua and Amanda Garza...

Practicing Community

Posted by Dave Clayton on

Each week, in conjunction with our series Everyday Discipleship, our teaching team has created a variety of practical things for our church family to try/practice as we learn to follow Jesus more faithfully together. As we have stated each and every week, we don't want to merely hear the...

Worship at Marathon

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Below is a list of worship songs we regularly sing at Marathon Music Works. If you join us for worship at Marathon, this list will be helpful for you as you look for worship music during the week. Adam Sain, the worship leader at Marathon, has compiled a Spotify playlist for you and compiled...

Global Awareness: Syria

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A LITTLE HISTORYSyria is an ancient civilization. The nation and one of its cities, Antioch, rose to prominence under Roman rule (300 BC) and flourished until after 300 AD. Damascus is the current capitol of Syria and is known as the city in which Paul became a Christian (Acts 9)...

Ethos Students: Mission Memphis

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All current 5th-12th grade students are invited to come live a week on mission in Memphis with Ethos Students from June 26th-July 1st. Memphis, like every city, is beautiful and complex. We will immerse ourselves in the culture together, learn from men and women living on mission there...