Galileo Church

Quirky church for spiritual refugees. Who would Jesus love?

Weekly worship, Sundays at 5 p.m.
at the Big Red Barn
5860 Interstate 20 service road
Fort Worth 76119
(use the zip code in your GPS for accuracy)

Mail comes here: 6563 Teague Road, Fort Worth, TX 76140

Contact us: 817-773-3147 | info@galileochurch.org

Our missional priorities:
1. We do justice for LGBTQ+ humans.
2. We do kindness for people with mental illness and in emotional distress, and celebrate neurodiversity.
3. We do beauty for our God-Who-Is-Beautiful.
4. We do real relationship, no bullshit, ever.

Making and A** of U and Me, 8/9

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Content consideration: brief domestic violence mention.

Dr. Lance Pape, professor of homiletics at Brite Divinity School (TCU), and spouse of our Lead Evangelist, took us through Matthew 19, Jesus' famous divorce doctrines. He called it a "mega dumpster fire" of a passage. His preliminary remarks were almost as good as his sermon, on what it really means when two become one flesh.

Making an A** of U and Me 5/9

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Beware, the "yeast" of the Pharisees. Jesus call it "yeast" because it works its way into, through you, and it grows. It's hard to escape. Some of us are learning to check our own pharisaical tendencies, that have grown yeastily into us in the churches we were raised in.

Making an A** of U and Me 3/9

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Don't assume your own powerlessness. It's the last Sunday with Paul as Worship Architect and Nathan on cello. We just want three things: 1, for them, and everyone else, to stay, forever. 2, that the Nazis would see the light and stop being Nazis. 3, that Peter would not have gotten out of that boat all by himself. It's all we want, just those three. We feel really powerless because we can't get them. But we have a different kind of power, because when our Peter steps out of that boat, we have the power to step out with  him. Thanks be to God.

© 2013 Galileo Church