Our Four Pillars
We are dedicated to helping people become followers of Jesus through: Service, Study, Worship, and Rest.
“Whatever you did for the least of these … you did for me.” – Jesus
We help others in practical ways. We are committed to monthly service projects that might include feeding the hungry, serving addiction recovery organizations, or helping prevent human trafficking.
Whether you are a Christian or not, you are welcome to join us as we partner with local charities and community service organizations to serve our fellow human beings in need.
No question is off the table.
“You will know the truth and the truth will set you free.” – Jesus
Figuring out what you believe and why you believe it can be difficult, and doubt is a natural part of the faith process. At Daylight, we are determined not to be afraid of the difficult questions:
- If God is good, why suffering?
- Are science and faith compatible?
- Why has the church done so much harm?
- Why doesn’t God seem to answer my prayers?
Do you have questions? Let’s tackle them. You can email or text questions at any time to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll often deal with them directly in service.
We give credit where credit is due.
“God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth.” – Jesus
The chief duty of mankind has been described as “glorifying God and enjoying Him forever.” In some sense all of our pillars are summed up in this one word: worship — giving credit where credit is due.
Every breath we breathe, every sunset, and every foot tap to a great tune is a gift from a loving God who created us to know Him and be known by Him.
We believe every person has the privilege of recognizing and responding to the greatness of God. As such, we encourage regular acts of devotion toward God.
- Join us for a Sunday morning service at 10AM – at our new building at 4801 Progress Blvd in Louisville.
- Go to the Worship Tab at MyDaylightChurch.com for info on our quarterly Nightlight Services — extended times of prayer, music, and seeking God.
- Watch this series on The Christian Disciplines.
We try to move at God’s pace.
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” – Jesus
The religion of Jesus was never meant to be one that beat people up or wore them out. We think God is a God of peace, contentment, and rest, so we encourage contemplation, time with family, recreation, and a lifestyle of simplicity and serenity as much as possible. We try and keep just the right amount on our plates and recognize people have lives outside of “church.” Sometimes playing cards with friends is just as spiritual as reading the Bible or attending a service.
We do our best to challenge one another, but we do so with no compulsion or manipulation. People walk their spiritual journeys at different paces, and we’re fine with that.
- Go for a walk.
- Call someone you love.
- Read a book.
- Watch this sermon on Jesus and Peace.