During the program year, people of all ages join in learning activities between services from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Sunday School is an opportunity for children age 3 through 6th grade to form relationships with church mentors and to learn about their faith through Bible stories. Each Sunday starts off with a chance to sing praise together and have fun while sharing God's love with one another. Children love putting quarters in the infamous "quarter tube" to experience the joy of giving as they support "Water to Thrive," a non-profit well--digging ministry serving Ethiopia and beyond. Registration forms for Sunday school are usually available at the Welcome station in the foyer or in the church office.
We also feature special forums for middle school and high school youth each week. For more information about opportunities for middle school and high school youth, visit our Youth Ministry page.
A new program for adults is Alpha, meeting in the AlphaGraphics building next door to the church. Alpha is a chance to gather and ask informally questions about life, our relationship with God, and our relationships with each other in light of God. Alpha is led by Dr. John Lancaster, a physician and retired military man.
In addition to small group opportunities, during the school year, adults are invited each week to join in a deeper discussion on the day's sermon topic in "Sacred Conversations." It is indeed a holy time when we talk and delve into the issues of faith in small group or one on one sessions. Together we explore what it means to live out our faith.