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.

Sundays at 10:30

ONGOING: STARTING AUGUST 29

  • The Wired Word | A Christian conversation about current events | Led by Debbie Conterato, Pastor Mary, and Alan McCurdy | Multipurpose room (old nursery)
  • A Time for Fellowship | No class, just a place to connect | Baker Hall

SHORT-TERM SMALL GROUPS

  • August 29-September 26 | Find Your Place | Led by Pastor Mary & Rev. Mike Ebersohl | Adult education room
  • September 12-November 7 | Immerse: Chronicles | Led by Alan McCurdy & Kim Starr | Parlor
  • October 3-November 21 | Walking with Wesley | Led by Rev. Mike Ebersohl | Adult education room
  • November 28-December 19 | Advent Study: All The Good | Led by pastors | Adult education room

DOWNLOAD SCHEDULE: To view and download the complete fall Recharge schedule for all ages, click here.

Weekday Recharge

  • Begins week of September 12 | Immerse: Chronicles | Group list & sign up here
  • October 13-November 10 | Find Your Place (on Zoom) Led by Pastor Kim
  • Begins week of November 28 | Advent Study: All the Good (on Zoom) | Led by pastors

Immerse Chronicles

The next book in our Immerse study began the week of September 12. Chronicles contains the remaining First Testament Books: Chronicles–Ezra–Nehemiah, Esther, and Daniel.

To sign up and view list of group times and  locations go here.

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. —Rom 12:1-2