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Ministries & Programs
Sunday School (9:30 am)
Sunday school begins at 9:30 each Sunday morning for kids of all ages.
Children's Church (10:30 am)
Each Sunday morning we offer the kids an opportunity to step out of the sanctuary and have a lesson catered just to them. They sing, hear a Bible story and often make a craft to take home, so mom and dad can see what they’ve learned. If you have questions or need more information, please contact Nancy Miller at email@example.com.
Vacation Bible School
Each summer kids get to enjoy a week of stories, games, fun and snacks during our annual Vacation Bible School. It’s a great time to bring your friends and neighbors to learn about Jesus.
Sunday School (9:30 am)
Each Sunday morning prior to the morning service we offer adult Bible study classes for adults where you’ll have an opportunity to grow and fellowship together in a relaxed, informal atmosphere.
Women’s Bible study group is held on the third Sunday evening of each month.
Monthly studies are specific to the needs of the group. The group is informal and gives participants an opportunity to share and grow deeper in their walk with Christ.
L.I.F.T. Groups (Living in Fellowship Together) is a small group ministry that meets on the third Sunday evening of each month. We move from our sanctuary into a home, a park or some other location. Topics are studied that are intended to increase our knowledge about our faith, our journeys and our call to be active in taking Jesus to the world around us.
Worship is an important element of our Sunday morning service. We come together each week to praise, exalt and thank our God for his mercy and love. As a guest you’ll experience a combination of current worship music infused with heritage hymns and songs that have stood the test of time. If you have questions or need more information, please contact Roger Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dare to Care
Dare to Care is a ministry that is focused on letting people know they are thought of and loved by the church. They make phone calls, send cards and sometimes make home visits. It’s an opportunity to use your gifts and as you make a difference in the lives of others.
Each spring and summer a team of volunteers plants and tends a garden for the sole purpose of providing fresh vegetables to the community. On Saturday mornings throughout the growing season zucchini, tomatoes and other vegetables are available at the church. The garden team is always looking for new volunteers.
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