The Sojourn Collective

The Sojourn Collective seeks to be a catalyst for sharing the love of Jesus Christ with our community by engaging with difficult cultural topics through educational resources, corporate prayer, and service opportunities. An individual topic is typically given one month of focus. Topics may include but are not limited to:

  • Systemic racism in the US
  • Systemic racism in the church
  • Native peoples of the USA
  • Poverty
  • Prison reform
  • Addiction
  • Homelessness
  • Abortion
  • Divorce/Single Parenting
  • LGBTQ community
  • Domestic Violence
  • Refugees
  • The Value of Women
  • Human Trafficking
  • Abusive relationships (Physical, emotional, sexual, etc)
  • Immigration
  • Migrant Workers
  • Child labor
  • Education
  • Foster Care System
  • Religious persecution globally, Christian and non-Christian religions
  • Genocide
  • Infertility/Pregnancy Loss
  • Mental Health
  • Disability Awareness
  • Death and Dying
  • Elderly populations

Four Assumptions as We Pray

We use the following four assumptions as guidelines for our individual prayer throughout the week and agree to them collectively before each time of corporate prayer.

  1. I will assume each person impacted by this topic, both present here and not present, is made in God's image and has inherent dignity. (Gen. 1:27-28)
  2. I will assume I am called to love each person impacted by this topic with brotherly affection and will go above and beyond to show honor (Rom. 12:10)
  3. I will assume each person impacted by this topic is more significant than myself (Phil. 2:3)
  4. I will assume each person impacted by this topic is my neighbor and I am to be compassionate, kind and patient (Col. 3:12)

Join Us!

We generally meet on Wednesdays from 7 - 7:45pm and will occasionally hear from guest speakers from within our church and the outside community. For more information or to become involved, request to join our group on CCB here.