My point is one that hasn’t really been made in recent discussions of Christian nationalism, probably because conversations are so focused on Trumpian Christian Nationalism, but it’s one worth making: there are different Christian Nationalisms. This shouldn’t be surprising. If the Gospel affects how we live out our civic lives, then we will inevitably bring a particular sort of Christianity—myths, traditions, symbols, narratives, value systems— to bear on our civic lives.
We meet each Sunday morning to worship God as a community and to reorient our lives towards a daily worship of God. Our Sunday service is in a sense a "launching pad" for us into the rest of the week, to go out and be fully engaged in God's mission to transform and renew all things for his glory and the good of our city and world.