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Rocky Railway VBS -Where Jesus' Power Can Pull Us Through!
Parents, you can still send your kids on a mountaintop adventure at Rocky Railway VBS. Your kids can discover or experience again that Jesus’ power can pull them through life’s ups and downs. Rocky Railway is filled with
- Incredible Bible-learning experiences kids see, hear, touch, and even taste!
- Sciency-Fun Gizmos™
- Team-building games
- Cool Bible songs
- Tasty treats
Explore the DAILY STATION videos!
For more information contact our Director of Children, Youth & Family Ministries, Jeff Moeller.
Faith Formation for Youth
GAME NIGHT MONDAY'S is a Zoom experience at 7 PM every Monday night! Students in grades 6-8 connect, compete and encourage each other in their faith journey. Each night we share a life-verse from scripture, play a game or 2 and pray. We enjoy Jackbox Games, Kahoot challenges and much more. To connect with us on Monday nights contact Jeff Moeller our Director of Children, Youth, and Family Ministry.
Our ministry to middle schoolers and their families includes, resourcing parents, confirmation, retreats, small group Bible studies, community service, and youth gatherings. Contact our Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries, Jeff Moeller for more information.
Faith Formation of Adults
Sunday Morning Adult Forum is a discussion Forum by Zoom, on Sundays at 11:15 a.m.
- High school youth & adults are invited to attend – Guests and visitors welcome!
- A variety of subjects throughout the year, including bible studies and seasonal and topical studies
- A link to the Zoom sessions and the topics go out each week in the Weekly Connection enews. Please email the church office for the meeting information.
This Sunday in Adult Forum: Spirituality and Racial Justice
Join us for the four-part series on “Spirituality and Racial Justice” facilitated by Pastor Larry Hand. Participants will learn about the spiritual dimensions and responsibilities inherent in social justice. Michael Curry, the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, provides a sobering yet hopeful outlook on both the sin and reconciliation of racial justice. The classes feature short video presentations by the Bishop and time for discussion. The first presentation is on the topic of “Conversation.” Click here to see the introductory video on YouTube.