Sunday morning & weekday spiritual growth opportunities for everyone.

Get plugged in and ReCharge with small groups, fellowship, and fun for all ages. Nursery is available. Plugging into a small group, a class offering, Sunday School, seminar or group is a perfect way to renew your mind and set your week on the right path with God and others.

Small groups meet at 10:30 am on Sunday mornings and throughout the week. Schedules listed below.

Sunday Mornings at 10:30

SHORT-TERM SMALL GROUPS:
January 23-May 22 | Immerse: Messiah  | The last stop on our Immerse journey is a return to the Messiah book and the New Testament. After reading and discussing the Old Testament Immerse books, reading Messiah a second time will give you valuable new insight. Newcomers are welcome as well. Books are available in the church office. The group will follow the Immerse 16-week reading schedule.

April 24-June 5 | Nature: Our First Way of Knowing God | Led by Alan McCurdy

April 24 – May 22 | 5 Cups of Coffee | Led by Isie Barclay & Debbie Conterado
Bring your coffee and join in on conversations about five general topics as follows:
God – what do you believe in?
Gifts – what are your God-given gifts and talents?
Passion – what kinds of service fill you with energy?
Spiritual Growth – how do you stay connected to God?
Opportunities – what are you looking for?

July 10-August 14 | Blueprint for Discipleship | Learn more about the United Methodist way of faithful living and growth. Led by Mike Ebersohl. Register here.

Nature: Our First Way of Knowing God

April 24 – May 22
God was present through His creation before there were churches, the Bible, or civilization. Today, in our modern homes, we are disconnected from the God’s natural world. However, when we see a sunrise, sunset or a starry sky, we can still feel God’s presence. This study will make us aware of God, through the Creation and encourage our spiritual reflection on God’s Earth. Led by Alan McCurdy.

 

5 Cups of Coffee

April 24-June 5
Everyone wants to spend their lives doing something that has meaning, uses their gifts, and is something that they enjoy doing. God’s call for all people is, first, to be in relationship with God, and second, to work in the world.

Asking questions can help us unlock our deep gladness and how we experience the world’s deep hunger. Join us for these 5 important conversations. You’ll both walk away with more than just 5 cups of coffee. You may both end up with clarity about calling and discipleship.

I appeal to you therefore, brothers and sisters, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship. Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds, so that you may discern what is the will of God—what is good and acceptable and perfect. —Romans 12:1-2