Coffee and book study? √ Casual conversation and fellowship? √
Educational speakers? √ Small group study and discussion? √
Choir? √ Ways to serve? √ Activities for kids? √ (Big kids and little kids?) √
Dinner and drinks? Yes, that too. √
As we head into fall, there are many ways to connect, worship, care, and serve. Take some time to review this list of opportunities.
Agape Women’s Group: Monthly gathering for women’s fellowship, study, and support on the fourth Monday of each month.
Care Team: Volunteers who stand ready to meet needs in a variety of ways, in times of crisis but also when good things happen, too. Visits, meals, celebrations, offers to babysit, phone calls, cards, prayers, transportation…
Choir: Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
Speaker Series: Lectures and thoughtful discussions. Occasional Sundays throughout the fall. Coffee and light breakfast snacks at 8:45; presentations begin at 9:00.
Sunday Night Youth: K-12 youth groups every Sunday evening at 5:00.
Sunday Small Group: Every Sunday morning. Coffee at 8:45; small group at 9:00. No preparation required! Each reading stands alone and is read together.
Table Topics: Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Reading and discussion of Rob Bell’s book What is the Bible? Short reading assignments posted on the web; each session begins with a recap. Come when you can!
Table Talk: Thursdays at 7 p.m. Casual, informal conversation at a local restaurant or at someone’s home. Check website for meeting locations.
Vintage Bunch: Monthly gathering on the second Wednesday of each month. Primarily geared to the interests of folks who are 50-55+. Lunch and program. Generally 11:15 a.m.
There’s more! Our Outreach Team keeps busy serving in our community. We participate in local events such as the CROP Walk. Our calendar and events page will keep you up to date!
There are interest sheets at the Welcome Desk at church. You are invited to sign up to learn more about the many ways to get involved and encouraged to speak with Lee or Melissa. (Send either one an email right now by clicking on her name!)