While is a blessing to allow parents to participate in worship gatherings, it is not the exclusive goal of Veritas Kids. It’s not about babysitting. It’s about gospel transformation.
“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).
Welcome to the recap of the songs, hymns and readings of the Veritas worship gathering on March 15th, 2015 This week we continuing through studying the book of Acts! This Sunday’s message is titled “Gospel Generosity”. The sermon text for this series is Acts 4:32-37. In this passage we so the great generosity shown by… read more →
Welcome to the recap of the songs, hymns and readings of the Veritas worship gathering on March 1st, 2015 This week we continuing our series on the book of Acts! This Sunday’s message is titled “No Other Name” and the sermon text for this first week is Acts 4:1-22. This passage speaks to God… read more →
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?”
She Has A Name, launched out of Veritas about four years ago, is stepping into new territory that begs attention in the anti-human trafficking community—job readiness for survivors.
SERMON This week we continuing through studying the book of Acts! This Sunday’s message is titled “The Day of Pentecost”. The sermon text for this series is Acts 2:1-41. Acts shows us the start of the Christian church and this Sunday we are going to focus on the day of pentecost. Here is… read more →
Both ease and disaster would befall us if we simply casted lots when installing leadership. Thankfully, the Holy Spirit has come and we do not need to resort to such a gamble.