Anthem Camarillo is part a family of churches helping people find their way back to God. The Anthem family of churches is united around shared mission, vision, values, and submission to the Lordship of King Jesus. In our cities, we are working to obey Jesus in helping people find their way back to God.
When we were able to meet in person, our habit was to respond to our study of God’s Word together with four possible responses. While not the same as doing these together and in-person - thinking through our response to hearing from God is no less important. Below are ways you may consider responding that are similar to how we typically worship together.
Singing provides an opportunity for the truths we’ve considered in our heads and our hearts to move through us and erupt through our hearts and our mouths. Cayse has again prepared a playlist for you to respond in song. You can look up the lyrics and sing along or you can listen and let the words be sung over you.
Note: while you'll be able to listen to 30 sec previews of the songs via the app, you'll need to access this page from your computer to log into Spotify to play the entire song. Click on Sunday Resources from the homepage and go to Ways to Respond.
When we met in person, we had the opportunity to pray with one of the prayer teams and be prayed for. This season does not mean you can’t be prayed for still. If you have prayer requests that you’d like to share with our elders we’d love to have you share them with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Additionally, there will be a vir tual prayer meeting happening every Sunday before the livestream from 8:00am-9:00am that is open to anyone who would like to join.
It is totally okay if you are unable to take another 30 minutes to prayerfully respond right now. Whether it be right now, or later today or this week - consider praying along the suggested prompts in the guide attached below.
Each week we make it possible to worship God through our giving. Even though we are not able to physically meet in the same place this is still a crucial part of our worship to Jesus. We invite you to intentionally take time to give online.
Communion is a gift and sacrament Jesus gave to his followers. During the last supper Jesus took a loaf of bread and tore it and shared it with his disciples. Telling them “take and eat: this is my body.” Then he took a cup and shared it with all his disciples and said This is the blood of the covenant which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins. Paul in 1 Corinthians 11:23-25 continues this practice. And repeats this phrase from Jesus “do this in remembrance of me.” As you take communion this week, remember Jesus his life, death, and resurrection.