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Sundays at 11:15 a.m., in-person or on Zoom. Sundays feature games, large-group teaching, and reflection on what we're learning.


Sundays at 11:15 a.m.

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On Sundays, we meet for worship and large-group teaching with small-group discussion.

All students start in the Student Auditorium (big room at the end of the north hallway in the main building) for a game and announcements. Then, we split into Middle School (grades 6-8) and High School (grades 9-12) groups for teaching tailored to each age group. Students are dismissed at the end of the worship service.


What We're Talking About

Our relationships with our families can sometimes feel a little bit like a way-too-competitive game night. With our families, sometimes it's fun . . . but other times, we might fight for first place, gang up on each other, betray each other, and walk away with frustration and hurt feelings. Families can be sources of joy and laughter but also stress and tension.


But what if our families could be places where we could all help each other win? In this four-week series from the New Testament, we’ll look at how the earliest followers of Jesus created a new kind of community as God's family. Through their example, we’ll learn that there is enough when we share what we have — and if there isn’t enough, God provides. We'll also learn that our actions can speak when words aren’t enough and that God’s love is always enough.

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