As followers of Jesus, we are called to live into the maturity of Christ (Ephesians 4:1-13).
Moving toward this maturity requires learning together from the Bible, praying with one another, worshipping together, and serving together. We call this process spiritual formation. We encourage spiritual formation through small group life, Sunday School and serving together.
Small Group Life
Meeting together in smaller group settings is one way we encourage community and spiritual growth. There are a variety of home-based small groups that meet anywhere from once a week to once a month for fellowship, bible study, around a common interest, or to share a meal together. Information about how to get involved with a small group is available upon request.
Sunday School takes place on Sunday mornings and is a time for engaging with others surrounding a focused topic. There are a variety of classes offered with different teaching styles including defined scriptural based lessons, structured topic based, discussion around common interests/life stages, and special needs oriented.
Opportunities to serve together happen throughout the year both in small group settings and all church experiences. These opportunities range from the annual all church work day to serving at local food banks to building houses in Mexico.