These gatherings are for in-depth study of Scripture and life application. Along with the formal teaching and discussion, youth will be challenged to grow in their faith and relationships with one another.
Join us in creating Common Ground where those of us new or returning to church can ask, explore, wrestle with, and ponder those questions that brought us here to begin with. Each week we’ll share our wonderings and wanderings together, discovering, if not answers, fellow journeyers in this Common Ground.
The Open Door Community Group gathers for a time of connection, prayer, and conversation using the weekly Questions for Reflection based on the Sunday message. We welcome all to come and join our community at any time. In person and virtual via Zoom.
We explore one book of the Bible at a time, alternating Old and New Testaments, using questions that help us to more fully understand what God is saying to us and where God beckons us outward. Virtual via Zoom. Please email Susan Stewart for more information and the Zoom link: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy a cup of coffee and conversation with Pastor Tom and others as he guides us on a journey through 1 Thessalonians.
Serve by setting up and bundling groceries. Please contact Beth Thomsen for more information.
We are a mix of singles and couples, locals and newcomers, in the workforce and in grad school. No matter what our backgrounds may be, we worship together, ask the tough questions, welcome honest reflection, and engage in service to our community. We invite you to be part of it! We meet in groups of 5 to 15.
For more information, contact Kathy Timpte, Director of University & Young Adults, at email@example.com. Weekly gatherings include worship, engagement with Scripture, and dialogue on how to enact God’s call for solidarity and inclusion to those who so often have been marginalized by the church.