Hub Church holds a weekly Sunday Gathering for the purpose of equipping one another to enjoy, embody and extend the freedom & family found in Jesus. While we believe the church is a people and not a once-a-week program, our Sunday Gatherings are foundational for helping us live and thrive throughout the week together. Moreover, our Sunday messages set the weekly discipleship emphasis for each of our Missional Families.
* Each last Sunday of the month we forgo gathering as an entire church and instead serve our neighborhood and city within our Missional Families. We call these "Serve Sundays" and the intent is to simply be present with friends, neighbors and co-workers in a way that gives to our community rather than takes from it. You can find out more about these "Serve Sundays" on our Calendar. *
W H A T T O E X P E C T
The entire service, which lasts approximately 75 minutes, is unabashedly rooted in the Bible, focused on the freedom & family found in Jesus, and geared toward practical application.
We are not lead by a big staff of professional Christians who put on a show. Rather like in a family, a lot of “everyday” people help lead out of how they’ve been experiencing God. Consequently, our gatherings are very casual and open to all!
P R A Y E R
Before the start of each Sunday Gathering, we meet from 9:45-10:05AM to pray for our gathering, one another, and for our neighborhood and city. All are welcomed and encouraged to participate.
C H I L D R E N
Programming is offered for children 6 weeks to third grade, so that we can partner with families in helping their children experience Jesus' freedom & family. Upon arrival, we’ll be happy to connect you to the child care location and volunteers.
T R A N S P O R T
T: Red Line to South Station or Broadway Station. Silver Line to Silver Line Way.
Walking: From Broadway, walk northeast on D. St. From Summer St, turn southwest onto D. St. Enter on the side entrance of Aloft Hotel.
Parking: There is free street parking available on Sunday mornings.
L I T U R G Y
Our liturgy is meant to focus less on the form of our gatherings, and more on what God is saying through the form.
Call to Worship: A time to prepare our hearts and minds to be present before God.
Songs of Adoration: Having entered God's presence, we celebrate Him through song.
Prayer of Generosity: Understanding God's generosity to us, we respond in generous giving. (Giving can also be done online)
Community Stories: A time to hear how those in our Missional Families are enjoying, embodying or extending the freedom & family found in Jesus.
Receiving the Word: We hear from God's word, responding and applying what He has said, in repentance and belief.
Communion: Together we partake of the bread, signifying Christ's body broken for our righteousness, and the cup signifying His blood shed for our forgiveness.
Song of Praise: In the tradition of Matthew 26:30 in which Jesus' Disciples took communion and then sang, we corporately offer to God a final song of praise.
Benediction: We receive God’s blessing toward us and are in turn sent out into our city and spheres of influence to embody and extend the freedom & family of Jesus.