Mid-Week Connect Fall/winter

will start back Wednesday,  January 19

Midweek connect is a time when the church gathers for fellowship and teaching. The evening starts at 5:30pm with food and a time of informal connection.

Various activities, teachings, and classes will be available from 6:30pm. These classes aim to help people grow in their faith and better manage the complexities of life. Fellowship and connection will continue until 7:30pm for those that would rather enjoy some down time after a long day.

5:30 – 6:30 | Dinner will be available for all ages.
Dinner is FREE but a $7 donation per person is suggested.
Dinner Menu we will be catering from a local restaurant each week

January 19 – Spring Creek BBQ

Serving meals does not happen with great volunteers!
We need you to help set, service and or take down. Volunteering is a great way to make friends & serve God’s people.  You can Volunteer here
Child-care is available
for children Ages 6 weeks to 4 years from 5:30 – 7:30 PM


Children Connect 

5:30 – 6:15 | Children’s Choir ages 4yr – 6th grade. learn more
6:15 – 7:30 | Children 4 years to 6th grade
will be divided into groups for snack/dinner,
games, music, and Bible study
Questions,  contact Rev. Ellen Kent

Student Connect 

6:30 – 7:30 Students gather into Connect groups for study/discussion 
7th-8th Grade
9th – 10th Grade
11th-12th Grade
Discussion topics will include
Spiritual Gifts – 4 weeks
Worship, Sacraments, and Hymns – 4 weeks
How to Influence – 4 weeks
Questions,  contact Zach Sample Director of Student Ministry

Adults Connect | 6:15 – 7:30

Come hang out in the Commons or participate in any of the activities available


6:30-7:30 | Come and See . . . The Gospel Story

Walk through the stories of Jesus and his disciples from all four Gospels in the order that they occurred. Each stand-alone session will include a short scripture lesson followed by small group discussion that allows participants to share observations and insights. No sign up required, no homework and it’s free!

Facilitators: Rob/Rhonda Bourgeois
This group will meet in the Parlor

6:30-7:30 | All Things John (Feb 2 – March 9) 6 weeks

BIBLE STUDY:  All THINGS JOHN  A in-depth study/review of the Johannian Philosophy and influence within the New Testament of the Bible including the works of John: Gospel of John, Letters of John & the Revelation.

The Holy Bible is a sacred library, a collection of 66 books which reveal God’s perspective on salvation.  This collection of books, found in the Old and New Testaments, are attributed to a group of Authors whose theological perspective affect and influence the interpretation of the text.  These theological perspectives are identified as THEMES.  There is the Mosaic Theme, books attributed to Moses, there is the Davidic Theme, the Synoptic Gospels, the works of the Apostle Paul is called the Pauline theme and there are the works of the Apostle John known as the Johannian Theme

The Johannine Theme of the New Testament is second only to the Pauline theme in its influence in biblical interpretation.  The Works of John: Gospel of John, 1,2,&3 John and The Revelation shape and form the Christian understanding of the salvific work of Jesus and of His eminent return. 

Facilitator: Dr. Dan Hannon
This group will meet (TBD)

Adult Choir 

Sanctuary Choir (Non-Auditioned Adult Choir)
8:30 Traditional Choir Rehearses on Wednesday evenings, 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Music Suite.
11:00 Blended Choir Rehearses on Wednesday evenings, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Music Suite.
You can choose to sing at one or both | we would love to have you sing with us. Learn more