A lot of our work at She Has A Name happens behind the scenes. This particular initiative has been in the works for nearly two years.
Matt and Ashley Hamilton come to us with experience in emergency earthquake response for Nepal.
The Veritas West congregation celebrated these men who completed their thirteen month commitment to the refuge ministry’s residential living.
“As a church, we’re committed to the welfare of our city. We want to be aware of who is advocating, as city council cadidates, for the voiceless in our city.” – Amy Byler, Director of Veritas Mercy
The Short North congregation is installing two new pastors on Sunday, April 12th 2015.
Joel, Julie, and the Workman family are Veritas missionaries in the process of gathering funds to launch into ministry with their family in London through the Greater Europe Mission (GEM).
Each year as Black History Month unfolds it seems one inevitable question arises, “Why is there a Black History Month, and how come there’s no White History Month?”
Since the beginning at Veritas we’ve said that we will pursue depth and manage growth, because we feel that pursuing gospel depth and a deeper love for Jesus will always fuel a heart that is passionate for mission to the lost.
It was a very strange thing to be in a third world country and hear Jesus call us back to a first world city.
While the elders of Veritas understand the complexities of a multi-congregational church we desire to move forward for three reasons, Stewardship, Unity and Mission or SUM.