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Author: Jon Ritner

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Ecclesia is a community of people in Hollywood, CA. Our mission is helping people find their place in God's family where we can discover and live God's purpose together.
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Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Acts 10 Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Acts 9:1-18 Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Acts 8:26-40 Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Acts 8:1-13 Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Acts 6:8 - 7:1 Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Acts 6:1-7 Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Acts 4:22 - 5:10 Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Acts 3 Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Acts 2:41-47 Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Acts 2:1-21 Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Flow: Easter Sunday

Flow: Easter Sunday

2020-04-12--:--

Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Flow: Palm Sunday

Flow: Palm Sunday

2020-04-0547:26

Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
Flow: Online Service

Flow: Online Service

2020-03-2233:04

Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
March 1st, 2020 Famously, Jesus' last promise to his people was that he was sending his replacement to be their helper, the Holy Spirit. But many of us have a hard time answering the question "Who is the Holy Spirit?" We understand that the Holy Spirit is a part of the Trinity, but are left with questions like, "What does that mean? Where did the Holy Spirit come from? Is He always with us? How does He help?" Too often this confusion clouds our relationship and keeps us from a deeper experience of God's power and presence, therefore, the Holy Spirit becomes someone we neglect out of fear, apathy, or self-reliance. In the weeks leading up to Easter, this series will uncover the work of the Spirit as he flows through the early church found in the book of Acts so that we might recover a dynamic experience of His presence in us as the present-day church in Hollywood.
February 23, 2020 - Michael Frost Exiles don't fully belong to the place where they live. Its is a condition common to many in Los Angeles. Whatever the reason we migrate to LA, it can often come with a side effect of feeling rootless and the pain of living far from home. Increasingly, the norms of secular culture are dethroning Christian ethics in a way that feels threatening to many who were raised in the Church. How do God's people respond when they find themselves in the midst of such disorientation? Our series, Dislocated: How to Live in Exile, will look at the exilic literature of the Old Testament, with special emphasis on stories in Daniel and Esther, to find a hopeful vision and compelling model of life in exile that we can apply today.
February 16, 2020 - Jon Ritner Esther 5-10 Exiles don't fully belong to the place where they live. Its is a condition common to many in Los Angeles. Whatever the reason we migrate to LA, it can often come with a side effect of feeling rootless and the pain of living far from home. Increasingly, the norms of secular culture are dethroning Christian ethics in a way that feels threatening to many who were raised in the Church. How do God's people respond when they find themselves in the midst of such disorientation? Our series, Dislocated: How to Live in Exile, will look at the exilic literature of the Old Testament, with special emphasis on stories in Daniel and Esther, to find a hopeful vision and compelling model of life in exile that we can apply today.
February 9, 2020 - Jon Ritner Esther 3:15-4:17 Exiles don't fully belong to the place where they live. Its is a condition common to many in Los Angeles. Whatever the reason we migrate to LA, it can often come with a side effect of feeling rootless and the pain of living far from home. Increasingly, the norms of secular culture are dethroning Christian ethics in a way that feels threatening to many who were raised in the Church. How do God's people respond when they find themselves in the midst of such disorientation? Our series, Dislocated: How to Live in Exile, will look at the exilic literature of the Old Testament, with special emphasis on stories in Daniel and Esther, to find a hopeful vision and compelling model of life in exile that we can apply today.
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