If you need help connecting with any of these ministries contact the church office (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will put you in touch with the leader.
Youth Group: SCHOOL YEAR SCHEDULE: Middle School youth group meets from 5-6; High School Youth Group meets from 6:30-7:30. SUMMER SCHEDULE: Check the church calendar for youth group meeting dates and special events. Contact Heath Taws (email@example.com) for more info.
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This group helps individuals prepare for a new season in their lives. Individuals facing the single life again whether through the death of a spouse or through divorce face a unique set of challenges. This group helps ease the stress and frustration of being solely responsible for life decisions and the fear of making a mistake. Meets monthly for food and fellowship. Kids are welcome! Check the church calendar for upcoming dates.
This group is geared toward empty-nesters and beyond. Meets periodically for socials. Check the church calendar for upcoming events.
Brunch for the Bunch—Meets monthly, usually on the 4th Thursday of the month. A time to get acquainted, relate, laugh, and enjoy. Bring any old friend! Contact Jim Conrad for location and other details.
Ladies’ Bible Studies – Meets on Wednesdays during the school year. Summer study meets Sunday evenings at the church, 6 pm. See the Women’s Ministry page for more info.
Mothers of Young Children– authentic conversation, bible study, and mentoring. Meets Friday mornings (childcare provided) and Monday evenings. Both options meet about twice a month during the school year. Check the church calendar for meeting dates.
Finishing Well – A study for retired and semi-retired men. Meets Wednesdays at 8:28 am. At IHOP on Hull Street.Contact Jim Conrad with questions.
Men’s Bible Studies – Thursday and Friday mornings, 6:30 am at Panera Bread Co. on Hull St. Thursday night study is at the home of Jeremy Hancock. Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Men’s iGroups – Focuses on God using men to help each other to stay healthier spiritually and physically. Please contact Chris Greene or Dick Taylor if you are interested.
We were made for relationships. Following Jesus is a journey that best happens in the context of community. A Community Group is one of the places where deep friendships are fostered and people are cared for and encouraged to intentionally and passionately follow Christ. In them, the gospel is applied to daily life where we work, live and play. We have a variety of Community Groups meeting and some that are newly forming. If you are interested please pick up a Community Group brochure on the Welcome Table or talk to Andrew Conrad or Brian Fletcher. If you are interested in forming or hosting a brand new group, see Brian or Andrew. You can also browse current groups and request more information on our Small Groups page.