Pastor Nick Nye offers four practical ways you can prepare for Veritas’ sermon series on the book of Acts.
What the church does as it gathers to worship is known as a liturgy. Liturgy simply means ’the work of the people’; it’s what the people do or accomplish together as they gather.
Most believers want to move beyond Christian clichés’, to offer hope in a grace-filled way in their conversations.
A congregation is “a group of people assembled for religious worship.” Veritas adopted the term ‘congregations’ and we encourage you to refer to each congregation in that way.
As Veritas celebrated the launch of the East side congregation, volunteer coordinators for the Sunday gatherings at Veritas Short North noticed something amazing– a profound deficit of Sunday gathering volunteers at the Short North. This means that a major proportion of the committed volunteers that served coffee, taught lessons to… read more →
It was a very strange thing to be in a third world country and hear Jesus call us back to a first world city.
Since starting in 2008, we have had many unique opportunities as a church. God has continually opened doors for us to do some exciting things.
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.
Liz and Stanley, two servant leaders at Veritas Community Church, have been living in a homeless camp near the Short North building. They came regularly to Veritas and formed a relationship with Emily Stiving and Amy Byler, who became their advocates. Years ago, Liz made a tough choice. She left the comfort of… read more →
the following article is taken from the appendix of “A Movement of Prayer” prayer guide There are many examples of God’s people praying for their city in Scripture, but Nehemiah is specifically instructive in teaching us to do what may feel counter productive: first pray, then act. And they said… read more →