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Sunday small groups
-9:30 am-
 
Children – “Kid City”
led by: pastor Jesse
 
Our children meet in Kid City at 9:30 to sing songs to Jesus and be introduced to the Scripture of the week with an interactive lesson from Pastor Jesse. At 9:45, we break into age-appropriate Sunday School groups to pray together and study important Bible passages and stories that will help each child form a solid foundation in God’s Word.
youth – “The Book of James”
led by: pastor scott
 
True faith produces fruit. A faith without action and without life change is ultimately a dead faith. The book of James speaks to the realities of a living faith in Jesus – the kind of roll-up-your-sleeves and get-your-hands-dirty that is borne out of an authentic relationship with the risen Lord. James writes to believers who know suffering, who’ve faced trials, and who ultimately desire a deep relationship with God. This study will be covered over a twelve week period.
 
“My utmost for His highest”
led by: Pastor Steve
 
A group that is exploring the Scriptures that are foundational for the daily devotional readings from “My Utmost for His highest” (by Oswald Chambers). This group spends time discussing the biblical passages as well as conversing about the daily devotions through the week. 
 
“Adult Faith Connections”
led by: Darrel Johnson
 
this group is looking at how God’s kingdom is drastically different from the kingdom of this world. in order to live in god’s kingdom, the focus of our lives must be on: kingdom teaching, kingdom thinking, kingdom speaking, and kingdom being.
 
“Discipled By Jesus – Hal and Debbi Perkins”
led by: brad kramer
 
“Discipled by Jesus? Can 21st century Christians actually by discipled by Jesus? Perhaps more importantly, can one be a Christian, that is, a disciple of Jesus, if he is not being discipled by Jesus? This writing appeals to Scripture to affirm that Christians can be discipled by Jesus, and that they must be, and how they can be. This book further identifies how these who are being truly discipled by Jesus are thus being equipped to disciple others just as they have been discipled.” 
Wednesday Activities
(Summer Schedule)
-6:00 PM – 8:00 PM-
 
During the Summer we change things up a little. Instead of our regular Bible Studies, we spend time playing, praying, and serving together. See the Schedule below for specific details.
 
 June 13 – Family BBQ
We’re going to be setting up bounce houses, a dunk tank, and the 9-square-in-the-air court on the church lawn while serving hot dogs, cotton candy, and popcorn. Free food & Free fun for the whole community ! Why? Just Because!
 
June 20 – SERVE Night
We’ll be visiting those in our community who are in need. Whether it’s help with housework; lawn care; or friendship, we want to serve people! Meet at the church and then we’ll break out from there.
 
June 27 – Ice Cream Night
Let’s meet at Diary Queen (3116 Anderson Ave) and just spend time together. Sometimes, good friends and good ice cream are the best way to spend an evening.
 
July 4 – No Activity
Due to Independence Day, we will not be hosting any activities at the church. Have a fun and safe evening with your friends and families!
 
July 11 – Crisis Care Kits
We will be packing and preparing “crisis Kits” to send to those who are in need of basic supplies due to unforeseen tragedy. This is a great opportunity to serve both the local and global community. We will also be preparing frozen meals for a local family in need. Both of these services will be done at the church.
 
July 18 – Kayaking @ Pott #2
We’ll be meeting at Pottawatomie County Lake no. 2 for a night of kayaking, fishing, S’mores, and volleyball.
 
July 25 – R.A.K.
Pastor Steve will be organizing a night of “Random Acts of Kindness”. We will meet at the church and then go into our community in groups to surprise any people we come across with encouragement and service
 
August 1 – Prayer Walk
We will be walking around MHK to pray for each of the people and families that live right next to us.
 
August 6-10 – Vacation Bible School
Our send-off to summer will be Vacation Bible School! On Monday, we’ll break out the bounce houses, food, and games for the whole family to enjoy! After that, there will be an action-packed week for the kids filled with games, crafts, snacks, and interactive Bible Study. The Curriculum for this year is “Game On!” from LifeWay.
 
Regular Wednesday Night meals and Bible studies for all ages begin on August 15.