Formation @ VOX

Formation Posts from Vox Veniae

Sunday Baptism and Celebration

This Sunday on April 7, right after liturgy, we will be dunking 5 people from the Vox community as they publicly mark their journey of faith and their desire to live a Christ-following life. You will get to hear some of their stories during liturgy. To celebrate with them, we’ll be having lunch together right afterwards. The P.Terry’s trailer will […]

In our attempts to follow a Rhythm of Life, we recognize how important a daily rhythm of prayer and scripture is to our spiritual formation. For those looking for helpful tools, there is an online resource at that can help you hear God’s voice through the scriptures. We encourage you to utilize this tool daily to center our lives […]

ZAMYN Middle & High Schoolers

ZAMYN is our community of middle and high schoolers who are attempting to follow Jesus and live the church in their neighborhoods and schools. Known as Narwafflers, they have meetups once a month on Saturdays to eat, have fun and share life together. Every Sunday, they are participants of our liturgy and once a month they have dedicated time together […]

Gathering at the Intersection

On Saturday, January 26, 3:30-5pm, The Seattle School of Theology will be hosting a conversation on text, soul and culture called the Gathering at the Intersection. The Seattle School believes that how we engage a conversation is just as important as the topic of conversation. Their mission is about standing in the intersection of text, soul and culture. At the […]

Greenhouse Coordinator Position

Greenhouse started out as three kids when we first planted as a church. Today we have many more shorties running around and more on the way. We hope our Vox kids will learn and grow in an environment that fosters wonder, imagination and understanding of Scripture, and respond with living missional lives from a young age. We’re praying that someone […]

Instagramming Religion | #nofilter

Instagram is one of the most recent cultural phenomenons to have grasped the ever-shrinking attention span of our time.  With its roster of image filters, it has the uncanny ability to make food look tastier, clouds look brighter, decrepit buildings look intriguing, self-images captured in the florescent glaze of a toothpaste-and-saliva-splattered bathroom mirror look sexier and–dare I say–kids look cuter. […]


As John Chandler shared with us this past Sunday, we tend to shy away from internal reflection and dwelling on the people we are and should be. We’ve lost the art of Examen in our lives and the intentional practice of self-examination. Here are some questions to guide you in a daily examen or an annual examen as we transition […]