Growing in Faith
Faith in Action
Advent/Epiphany Small Groups
Join us on Tuesdays at 10am or Wednesdays at 11am as we rediscover the significance of Christmas together through Christ's incarnation. Or join us Thursdays at 7pm as we go deeper into the themes of Advent being highlighted in our Sunday sermons each week from a unique Wesleyan perspective.
Join us Sunday, December 27th at 7pm on Zoom for a night of Holiday Trivia!
Got New Year's Resolutions?
So do we, even before January 1st.
Join us for our 13 Days of Fitness Challenge!
The Covid 19 is real, even more than the Freshman 15. Therefore, following Christmas, we invite you to join Pastor Donald, the running reverend for, not 12 days of Christmas, but 13 days of fitness, as we strive to finish this year off well and start the next one off right. Unlucky 13 never looked so good at the precipice of a new year. Whether it's walking, jogging, or running 13,000 steps a week (about 1 mile a day) or 13,000 steps a day (about 45 miles a week), we invite you take up the 13-day challenge from December 26th to January 7th. And because it's been an unlucky year, Pastor Donald will be running an unlucky amount: 13 miles a day for 13 days in 13 towns. And did we mention he'll be eating 13 different types of pasta? Click HERE to find out more about what smiles these miles will be bringing. And follow Pastor Donald on Instagram @CrossCountryClergy for fun and exciting updates throughout the 13 days.
Ways You Can Help Flatten the Fear & Offer Hope to Those Hurting
Instead of giving help, do you need help?
Let us know if you or someone you know needs financial, emotional, or spiritual support
during this pandemic. Our church is here for you!
During the COVID-19 pandemic, our church started Peace Groups as well as intentional spaces for dialogue surrounding the topic of race.
Email Pastor Donald at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in being a part of a future small group opportunity.
Prior to Advent, we went through a Bible Study called "Come to the Table" and a small group/book group called "Journey to the Light in the Underground" that discussed Colson Whitehead's Pulitzer Prize winning book, "The Underground Railroad."