Sunday Mornings are looking a bit different this year!


 Join us for one of our small group bible study options listed below.  Groups are open to all adults, as well as our high school students. Small groups will meet in person* Sundays at 11am. Looking for information on Sunday School for kids & families, visit our Family Ministry page!

*Group leaders may opt to move to Zoom format depending on Covid safety needs. 

Question of the Week

Pastor Thompson, Jim Radtke, others

This group will feel familiar to those looking for an experience close to what we have traditionally offered. Each week a new question of the week will be shared, and discussed. If time allows participants will also walk through the "digging deeper" questions from that week's sermon. 

An opportunity to join online is Here

SoulTalk, The Language God Longs for us to Speak

Meets on Zoom 1st & 3rd Sundays, starting 10/3  || Sheila Schlechte

Join Zoom meeting here

Has your heart ached for a friend going through a difficult time and you were not certain what to say?  Have you longed for someone to be found in Christ but struggle with how to do that?  Do you wish to encourage or give hope to those in the family of God but feel inadequate?  Larry Crabb in his book, SoulTalk: the language God longs for us to speak, does not tell you the magic words to say, but teaches us how to have the kind of meaningful conversations for which we were created. 

SoulTalk is a language we speak when we deeply embrace a Spirit-led way of thinking about conversations.  SoulTalk is a spiritual connection with another that:

  1. uncovers the real battle going on in every human soul,
  2. discerns the movement of the Spirit toward spiritual formation, and
  3. pours the life of Christ from one person into another in order to facilitate that movement.

Suggested donation for the book is $4.  Meetings to discuss SoulTalk will start October 3rd after worship service and will continue on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month.  You are welcome to get a copy of the book even if you cannot attend the meetings.  Please contact Sheila Schlechte if you are interested at  or 651-746-4966.