The Crock Pots
The Crock Pots is a fellowship group of 30- and 40-“somethings,” give or take a decade, who meet the third Saturday of each month for a potluck meal. The group welcomes single people and couples, those with children and those without. Children are welcome. Babysitters are provided by the church for the children whose parents attend. The group meets in the private homes of those in the group, rotating as people are available to host. Please contact Sarah Ackers if you would like to be added to the Evite invitation list for Crock Pots.
A social/educational/sometimes-action group that is purposely loosely defined. Sojourners meets on the first Sunday of the month between 5 and 7:30 p.m. in a member's home for a potluck. Discussion of a timely issue followed by informal conversation and food. Open to new folks.
An intergenerational group of women who meet twice a month at the church to discuss books, ideas, and, along the way, their lives. Open to new folks. Meets at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays.
A group of women who meet the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month in the evening for fellowship, community service projects, crafts, book reviews, etc. Open to new folks.
Sisters of the Night
A group of women who have met twice a month for 10 years in one another's homes.
Our Youth Group (6-12th Grade) gathers twice a month. The first gathering is at the same time as Kids' Club (usually the first Sunday of the month 4:45-7:30 p.m.). They participate in games and activities, as well as share dinner and group discussions. The second gathering is different each month and determined by the youth leader. The varied activities include sporting events, hiking, scavenger hunts, service projects, and group-building. Please contact our Youth Leader, to get on the youth contact list!
Every other year, the 7-9th Grade youth are invited to participate in our Confirmation class (taught by the Senior Pastor and Christian Educator), and spend some time learning about Christianity and exploring their faith.