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.
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.
A Series on Doubts & Questions
Have you ever heard someone say something that seemed unreasonable? Maybe they told a story or made a statement that was hard for you to believe. It’s not always easy to ask questions or express doubt when other people seem so certain, and that’s especially true when it comes to faith. If you ask hard questions about God or are honest about the things you’re not sure about, what will people think? Will they judge you? Will they laugh at you?
But in this four-week series from the Gospels, we’ll see it really is possible to have questions and doubts while still having faith. Through Scripture, we’ll discover that when we have doubts and questions, we don’t need to ignore them or sweep them under the rug. Instead, we can look to Jesus, look to the Holy Spirit, look to God’s words, and look for God in unexpected places.