Three Ways to Connect with Expression Church in Austin

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Ryan Wuerch serves as the founder and chief executive officer of Dosh, a free app that helps users get cash back for pumping gas, dining out, and shopping. Beyond his professional responsibilities, Ryan Wuerch donates his time as a member of the advisory board of Expression Church in Austin.

Expression Church was launched in 2013 and has seen explosive growth. It welcomes individuals to congregate, come and be who they are while they experience the love of people and experience Jesus. In addition to its regularly-scheduled Sunday services, the church offers its members a variety of enjoyable and meaningful ways to take part in programs that allow them to be the full Expression of who they are.

Attend Connect 
One of the best ways to participate with the church is to attend the four-week Connect series. It is held on Sundays at 9 a.m. and encompasses learning more about Expression Church.

Participate in service projects 
The Expression Church hosts numerous service projects, such as aiding the efforts of the Austin Disaster Relief Network and other outreach efforts to positively impact people. By taking part, people make a real difference for nations, communities, and families.

Join an e-Group
The church also holds regular community gatherings, called e-Groups, that occur throughout the week. Examples include the Dirt bike riding group, Foodies in Austin, and Vettes’ Ladies Bible Study. There is something for everyone.

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