Whether or not you are a member of the congregation and attend worship services regularly, you are welcome to participate in other activities of the church. Below are some of our regular ministries. (Click here to request more information on any of these opportunities.)
We have several small groups that meet in the homes of church members for regular Bible study and fellowship. These groups typically meet twice each month either on a weekday evening or an afternoon on the weekend. Our hope is that these small groups will provide an informal setting to build relationships with one another as we grow in the Lord’s Word, share one another’s burdens, and uphold one another in prayer. Please contact us if you would like information about a small group meeting near you.
On the second Saturday of each month, a group of men gather from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. in one or another of the men’s homes for breakfast, devotions, discussion, prayer, and fellowship. The location changes from month to month, and the men take turns leading in devotions, and sometimes a relevant current event is discussed and taken up for prayer together. If you would be interested to join with us for one of our Saturday Men’s Group gatherings, feel free to contact us.
The women of the congregation also meet regularly for fellowship, although the women’s group gatherings are more varied. The women’s fellowship generally meets every few months. Sometimes they meet for a weekday evening dinner out. Sometimes the women’s group gathers for a service project together. And each Spring, the women get away for an overnight retreat with a special speaker and other fellowship and ministry activities. If you would like more information about these women’s fellowship events, we would love to hear from you.
The congregation hosts two youth groups: one for High Schoolers and the other for Middle Schoolers. Each of these groups gather for instructional times during the Sunday School hour on Sunday mornings during the school year. They also meet for regular fellowship activities, planned and hosted by the adults of the congregation. Rather than appointing a separate youth minister, the elders organize and oversee the involvement of all the adults in the congregation in various roles of teaching and hosted activities for the youth, thus serving to integrate the youth into fellowship with the adults of the congregation as well as with one another.
Our deacons help to organize various congregational service projects in the community. Some examples of our community service activities include projects on behalf of local ministries like Sheltering Wings, Hope Healthcare, Constructing our Future, Active Grace, and the Brownsburg School’s "FastTrack" program.