You go to church on Sunday, but do you go on Wednesday too? Take the next step in deepening your faith by intentionally carving out time to connect with God and with others during the week. The night begins with a shared meal together, and ends with classes and programs for all ages!
Dinner | 5:30 pm - 5:55 pm
Classes | 6:00pm - 7:00 pm
Children (Birth-5thGrade) | Sprouts Children’s Ministry welcomes Ry Ry the Bible Guy to Wednesday nights for a fun and engaging mid-week program where children can explore their faith through Bible stories, music, games, and conversation. Dinner is included, free of charge!
Student Ministry (6th-12thgrade) | Our Middle School and High School students have the opportunity for deeper connection on Wednesday nights through small groups and serving. Contact find an option that suits your student!
“Parent School” | 4 weeks, beginning September 11 | Miller Hall
featuring guest, Justin Herman
Have you ever wondered how you could be a better parent? grandparent? mentor? aunt? uncle? As adults, we have a huge opportunity to come alongside kids at various phases of their lives and help them grow into flourishing adults. Sometimes though, that can be a tricky road to navigate. Parent School is designed to help us think practically about influencing kids at every stage of life to help them live fully into who God made them to be. This series will be led by speaker, author, and podcaster Justin Herman.
What We Believe & Why It Matters | 5 weeks, beginning September 11 | Eisenhower Library | taught by Pastor Floyd Rhoades
This 5-week journey through the Essential Tenets of our denomination will teach us about the Christ-centered theology that propels our ministry and mission as a church, and will also provide anchor points for our own individual faith as we pursue our life’s mission and ministry.
Advent Conspiracy | 6 weeks, beginning October 9 | Miller Hall
Trade in the chaos of the Christmas season for an invitation to something more meaningful and more intentional. This 6 week class will discuss the true spirit of Christmas and challenge us each with practical ideas to orient our own celebrations around authentic worship, spending less, loving more, and being present.
Christmas Movie Theology | December 4 & 11 | Taylor Fine Arts Building
A Christmas Story (December 4)
Christmas Carol, 1952 version (December 11)