Growing in Faith
Faith in Action
Join us Sundays at 9:30am
for our newest sermon series!
Lenten Small Groups
Thursday Evenings: The path that led Jesus to the cross and the story told from Genesis onward is a path often paved by tears. Starting February 25th, join us each Thursday evening at 7pm on Zoom for a Lenten small group in conjunction with our Sunday sermon series for Lent: "A Trail Forged by Tears." This group will not have a book to go through. All you need to do is bring yourself and get ready for a meaningful discussion!
Tuesday Mornings: Things have been messy this past year. But, this Lent, we invite everyone to look at their messes through the eyes of Christ. Starting February 23rd, join us Tuesday mornings at 10am on Zoom as we journey through a book called, "Restored: Finding Redemption in Our Mess." Books can be purchased on Cokesbury if you didn’t sign-up for one in advance.
Tea & Conversation
Join us every Thursday at 4pm for an opportunity to connect during a pandemic that often feels so disconnecting. Grab your favorite cup, find a good spot on the couch or table, get your computer or phone onto Zoom, and we'll see you then!
COVID VACCINE POTENTIALS
for those interested and still in need
of setting up an appointment
(since we've heard many have tried
lately without much luck)
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 email@example.com 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." Some of our current studies for the season of Lent are toward the top of the page.