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Meals (for adults, youth, and children)

October 21: Brinner
Breakfast casserole, potato casserole, fruit, and a pancake station. Please RSVP by October 18.

October 28: Trunk or Treat
Hot dogs, bratwurst, corn on the cob, apples with caramel, and popcorn. No RSVP necessary but helps us prepare enough food.

We invite you to join us every Sunday evening during the fall and spring for food, fellowship, and formation. Classes will change, but the joy of building relationships with one another and with God won’t. Come, for all are welcome!

Classes begin at 5pm on our Friendly Avenue Campus followed by a meal in the Fellowship Hall. An optional $5 love offering will be collected for adults. Children and youth eat free. If you would like to be added to the standing reservation list, please email Lisa Carwile or call her at the Church Office at 336-299-3785. You can also sign up each week with your Worship Response Card or online below. All are welcome! 

Interested in helping clean up on a Sunday night or providing dinner?


PreK—3rd graders: Holy Moly!
Kids will enjoy animated videos, creative activities, and age-appropriate Bible explorations. 

Middle School WYFi

5pm—6:30pm WYFi in Room 100
6:30pm Sunday Night Life Dinner

High School WYFi

6:30pm Sunday Night Life Dinner
7pm—8:30 pm WYFi in Room 100

adults in october

Pastor's Passions: The 7 Toughest Questions
Facilitated by Ernie Thompson

This class will be a series where we get to hear and explore what is on the hearts and minds of our pastors. We will start with our head of staff, Ernie Thompson, who will lead us through seven of the toughest questions: 1. If Christianity is true are other religions false? 2. Does science undermine faith? 3. Can the Bible really be trusted? 4. Does being a Christian mean giving up our freedom? 5. How can a good God allow suffering? 6. How can a loving God send anyone to Hell? 7. Are religion and the church the source of more bad than good in the world?

Dirt, Cairns, & Your Garden
Facilitated by Dale Mitchell

By arranging stones and other “found” natural items, we will explore techniques for enhancing our gardens. We will learn the art and theology of building Cairns and other temporary creations, setting stones to create a labyrinth or a mandala and may work on a project or two for the church. Come comfortable and, if you have them, bring gardening gloves and knee pads.

WOW Moments of Life
Facilitated by Lucy Wellmaker

Lucy will use her recently published book, WOW Moments of Life to facilitate sessions that include personal reflection and group discussion to inspire individuals to create their own action plan in the following areas: Being Present, Letting Go, Self-Care, and Staying Positive.

 WYFi Parents
Parents of middle and high school students huddle up to commiserate, support, pray, learn and love.  This is a gathering time for parents to meet each others' needs as they arise during this roller coaster time of parenting kids from childhood to adulthood. We will meet in Room 103.