You can read about in the Concord Monitor.
To some, this might seem odd -- one church letting another church use their building. Why would we do this? The answer is actually pretty straightforward: we do this because it's not about us -- it's about Jesus.
You see, this building that we meet in is not our building. It was built for the advancement of God's Kingdom, through the proclamation of his Good News in Jesus Christ. Therefore his building at 39 Fayette Street belongs to him. UBC only holds it in trust -- you might say that we manage it for God. This building is here because God provided through the work of hundreds of faithful people who worked hard and gave generously over decades to build and maintain this facility.
So it simply isn't right for us to keep this treasure to ourselves. Part of the mission God has laid on us is to use the tools he has provided for demonstrating his love for this old broken wounded world. And the tool we have closest at hand is our building. So when we make our building available, to serve and love our neighbors, and to proclaim his Good News in Jesus, we are doing ministry. The only territory that matters is territory for God's Kingdom -- and that territory is a matter of the hearts of the men and women all around us.
That's why we rejoice in the opportunity to partner in the gospel along with Restoration Foursquare. We bless them with what God has blessed us. And in turn, we are confident that RFC will bless us. Then together, through our sharing in the joy and labor in the Spirit, we both will bless God our Savior.
So pray for RFC that God will use them to reach and love people for Jesus's sake. And pray for UBC that we will be able to do the same in our own way. And finally, pray for our work together. We don't know what that will mean yet, but we look forward to seeing how God will work and what he will do. The Gospel is a beautiful thing. Together we can hold it higher for all to see.