Not sure when you're on the schedule? Look to the right under Resources, click on Worship Participation Schedule and voilá! Of course you'll still get a reminder email the week before, but for advance planning, here's the big picture.
Children on the autism spectrum and their families are welcome for worship this Holy Week!
These specially designed services are relaxed, interactive and appeal to multiple learning styles while allowing children to meaningfully enter these most holy days.
MAUNDY THURSDAY, April 13th, at 4pm Read more
Please join Joe LaVela after the 10am service on Sunday April 23 for a presentation on his recent trip to Iraq and Romania with Dorcas Aid, an international relief and development organization. Joe will discuss the work being done by Dorcas, and his observations and learnings concerning current events, world and church history and the cultural, political and anthropological forces at play in the countries he visited.
Discover how trees and forests add value to our community. Create arts projects with wood. Meet a woodworker. Play active group games. Hear about key Bible stories that include trees. Identify local trees and the animals that depend on them. Sing new songs.
Mon. June 26– Fri. June 30 Half Day: 9 AM to Noon
“It’s My Turn” autism-friendly Vacation Bible Camp for children ages 4-14 on the autism spectrum.
In this week-long camp, August 21 – 25th from 9am – 12noon, children on the spectrum will have the opportunity to engage in arts and crafts, sensory activities, Bible stories and silly songs, all while in a safe and supportive atmosphere.
A new mid-week offering for fellowship and fun. (Parents, relax and enjoy some social time.) We’ll be knocking down the walls of Jericho, rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem, even raising the roof to heal the sick! There will be creative games and challenges, puppet skits and more. For kids of All Ages.