Morgan Green | email@example.com Want community without adding another stressor to your “over-committed” life. We meet between worship services to accommodate attending either service. We spend our time discussing life, God, and family. We also have monthly gatherings outside of church to enjoy time together while including our children. Age 30s and 40s.
Zach Russell | firstname.lastname@example.org This group is for adults with young families, couples, or singles. They meet on Sunday mornings at 10:15 in Room 133. Childcare and Sunday School are provided for children during the class time.
Parents, do you feel as if you are drowning in a sea of hormones, attitudes, and uncertainty as you navigate the tumultuous teenage years with your children? The Parenting Lifeline Community Group is a safe and supportive place for you to walk alongside other parents of teens and tweens. More Info: Sarah Cohea at email@example.com.
September 11: Who is this person, and where did my child go?
Did you wake up one day and wonder, “Who is this person, and where did my child go?” Chemical and neuroanatomical changes happen in your child’s brain during the teenage years. It can seem like they have lost their brain function. They have! Teens lose half their brain cells as they mature into adults. We’ll learn more about this process and how we can deal with it so we don’t lose our minds.
September 18: Matching stride with your teen for better connection
Relationships and conversations are like a dance. Learning to match stride with your teen will help you have a deeper relationship and better connections. We’ll learn strategies for entraining or walking in step with your teen.
September 25: Help your teen open up and have better conversations
Are you tired of your teen giving you one-word answers? It can be challenging to crack into their hard outer shell to learn what they are thinking. It’s not impossible, though. We’ll explore how to implement several strategies to help your teen open up and have better conversations.
October 2: Guest Speaker: Kyle Dillingham (combined parents and youth)
Broken Beyond Repair: In this broken world, we are surrounded by brokenness of all kinds: hunger and disease, poverty and abuse, orphans and widows, suffering and loss, those struggling with addiction and those without access to clean water. Kyle Dillingham’s musical ministry, Broken Beyond Repair, inspires one to think about the brokenness in their own life and the brokenness in the lives of others, recognize the unique beauty and value that is in each one of us created in God’s image and realize that we can all come to God just as we are and be used for His glory.
October 9: Cultivate trust and cooperation in your home
Effective leaders make us feel safe and cultivate a desire to follow them. We can learn strategies from those leaders to help us become better leaders in our homes. We’ll learn how to employ these strategies in our homes and create a safe and encouraging home atmosphere that cultivates trust and cooperation with our teens.
October 23: Guest Speaker: Josh Attaway
Help your teens claim their faith as their own: Just because your teens grow up in the church does not mean they will stay in the church. A majority of teens leave the church after graduating high school. Your teen doesn’t have to be one of them! Learn from Josh Attaway what you can do during the teenage years to help your teens claim their faith as their own and stand firm in their faith after high school.
November 6: Cultivating margin in your family’s life
Busy, busy, busy. That’s the common answer when we ask someone how they are. As we head into the holiday season, we’ll learn how to turn busy into balance so we can cherish the moments with our teens. Join us for our last class of the semester as we explore practical suggestions for managing the busy season.
Rev. Josh Attaway | firstname.lastname@example.org Men face unique challenges – juggling roles at home, our jobs, and in the community. For men who are striving to balance these roles, grow in their faith, and actively seek God’s will, you are invited to engage in our weekly faith group, serve in a mission capacity, and mentor others. The Men’s Ministry is a great way to become more engaged in the church.
The Men’s Bible Study Community Group will be starting a new study, led by Rev. Josh Attaway, on the letters of Peter. This is an in-depth Bible study going verse-by-verse through the scriptures. There is also a Zoom option in addition to the in-person class.
All ages are invited to join the Seeking Vision Community Group. We select and study based on the group wishes. We meet via zoom from 6-7 p.m. every Monday Fall, Winter and Spring. During the Summer we meet 7-8pm. Wherever you are on your journey, here is a group that will help lead you toward a study of God’s word with a group of friends who like to go to lunch about once a month. Email Karen Littlefield for more information.
Our WOW group (Women On Wednesday) will begin studying a powerful book, “Unafraid” by Adam Hamilton.It focuses on how fear, anxiety, and worry can wreak havoc in our lives – but we can use God’s word to give us strength to guide our fears to a better life.WOW will also be using the Amplify videos to support our study.
Sarah Cohea | email@example.com Laugh out loud and smile through tears at Mom Core. Enjoy encouragement, insight and fellowship each week. Optional breakfast is available for $5. Coffee and childcare are free!
Rev. Josh Attaway | firstname.lastname@example.org Men of all ages are invited to the Under Construction: Building Men of God group. This morning meeting promotes fellowship and growth with other dads and husbands.
Laura Manwell | email@example.com Ladies of all ages are welcome to enjoy a night out with food, fun, and fellowship! Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at a different local restaurants.
Join us in the Narthex for a fun and relaxing time of fellowship, knitting, and other crafting projects.Feel free to bring your own projects with you to work on together.Knitters of all experience levels are welcome.If you have never knitted before, we love to teach beginners!Whether you are InKnit for knitting, relaxation, learning something for the first time, fun, or fellowship, you are welcome to join in.
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