Learning to walk in grace with God, each other and the bigger world we inhabit
For the months of June and July, our morning worship services are combined and the times are shifted. Please make note of the schedule for June and July.
Bible Study @ 9:00 AM
Morning Worship Service @ 10:15 AM
Evening Worship Service @ 5:30 PM
June worship services will be in the Sanctuary with organ, piano and the Sanctuary Choir leading music.
July worship services will be in the Fellowship Hall with the Praise Band leading music.
Children Kindergarten through 6th Grade are invited to The Hangar on Tuesday and Thursday mornings beginning June 28 from 10am till Noon. Age-appropriate games & activities will be provided. Lunch will be served at 11:30am by USDA Seamless Summer Feeding program (dine in only.) July 28 will be the last Hangout date.
Contact Melissa Blankenship to volunteer to help with this community outreach program.
A Grief Support Group called Grief Share offering help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member, or friend. Our first 13-week session has been completed. Quinn and Vicki Speck are leading this group each Sunday afternoon at 4:30 in The Whipple House, 119 S Second Street. Click on the hands icon at left to email Quinn.
Watch for more information about a starting date for the next session, tentatively scheduled for the fall.
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Wednesday Fellowship Meals staff will take a break for the summer.
Join us again in August for our family night fellowship suppers as we share a meal together around the table. You may choose a full-size meal, a meal with smaller portions or the alternate meal. Serving from 5:15 till 6:00 pm in the fellowship hall.
Make your reservations here.
This is a sewing ministry to provide articles of clothing for children in the Sonrise Orphanage in Uganda and other underprivileged children. Open to anyone who already knows how to sew, and for anyone 3rd grade (with an adult) and up who want to learn to sew. Elaine Steeley, Bridget Mullis, and Flora Bryant lead this ministry.
Meets weekly on Mondays 9am -11am or 6:30-8:30pm at The Gathering Place.
Thread Bearers will be taking a Summer break and will resume meeting August 1st, 2016.