Groups and Activities

Fellowship Brunches

Sprinkled throughout the year we celebrate our lives together with a potluck meal following the Sunday morning worship service.  Folks are invited to bring a dish to pass and, if convenient, their own table service.  Eat a light breakfast that morning, as typically the meal is quite the feast.

1) Children’s Christmas Program (Dec 16, 2018)
2) Cabin Fever (March 3, 2019)
3) Mother’s Day (May 12, 2019)
4) Father’s Day (June 16, 2019)
5) Gratitude Sunday (Pledge Sunday, December 1, 2019)

Women’s Circle

An innovative approach to the spirituality based relationships that form within an intentional community of women. Monthly meetings are held, each with different themes. Activities include a Women’s Canoe Paddle and Women’s Weekend Retreat (Hiking, crafts, devotions, R&R, sharing and relationship building).

Book Discussion Groups

Meeting monthly on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p,m. ( September through November, and January through May) this group selects contemporary novels and classics including spirituality, travel, women’s issue, relationships and global concerns.

Choir

As a hearty bunch of all ages, our choir sings everything from traditional arrangement to Praise music on Sundays September through June. Practice is Thursday night from 7:00 – 8:00pm in the sanctuary.

Handbell Choir

Want to make a joyful noise? Come out and play the original heavy metal…. bells that is. Doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or a pro, everyone is welcome. We practice Saturdays at 9:00am in the Conference Room and perform on the fourth Sunday of each month (Handbell Sunday). Look forward to lots of smiles, lots of laughs, and lots of joyful noise.

Youth Group

Meets throughout the month, check the current newsletter for upcoming special events.” All 3-6 grader welcome. (Also, see Christian Education).

Bible Studies

Bible studies take place at different seasons (typically fall and winter) for period of weeks on weekday mornings in the Conference Room (recent themes were, “The Beatitudes” and “Bible Basics 101”). Most Bible studies consist of a series of “stand alone” sessions. Some basic knowledge of the Bible is helpful but not required. Format is a presentation with group discussion, and is prepared by a shared leadership team. People are invited to attend all classes, or just a few.

Various Events and Activities

Smorgasbord, Rummage Sales, Bazaar, Christmas Dinner & Pageant, various church suppers, ice cream social, and dessert night.