Connecting People and Deepening Faith

We have group opportunities for every age and stage of life. Join us and “GET CONNECTED” to the body of Christ and to your faith in a powerful way!

If you are interested in leading or starting a group, please click here and complete attached form.

Saturday Men's Life Group

8 am

Open to all men. We share highs and lows, ask for prayer and have a devotional. We laugh often and enjoy the fellowship with each other.

Join Zoom Meeting here
Meeting ID: 876 3192 2699

For more information email Karl Freburg.


 

 

 

When women connect with one another, they share life’s challenges and triumphs. Join one of our Women's Groups!


Monday Night Women's Group

8:30-9:30 pm

Open to all women who want to gather online with other women for prayer and book discussion. Jump in when you can! Group will read one chapter a week and the discussion will be based around that chapter.

Book - Wearing God by Lauren Winner.

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 817 7081 6322


Tuesday Night Café

8-9 pm

Connecting with women and God's word. To create connections among women at our church during social isolation. With or without social isolation, we want this group to continue to be a spot to "see and be" with one another, near and far. 

More group information and material here

Each meeting is independent of the previous gathering, so feel free to hop in any week for a short time or the full hour. We'd love to see you!

Join Zoom Meeting here
Meeting ID: 864 5656 2913

Contact Carrie McKneight with any questions.


CTS Village Book Club

3rd Thursday of the month
6:45 - 8:30 PM

CTS Village Book Club is an open group for women to get together and connect. We gather once a month for socializing and to discuss the book of the month.

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 582 901 875

Join our facebook page for detailed information or for any questions please email Robin Patras.


 

Sunday Morning Adult Class

10 am | Weekly

An online adult discussion group using the book Grateful by Diana Butler Bass. The book looks in depth at societal and personal gratitude, and how it impacts us and our faith.

Material for class - Grateful by Diana Butler - Individuals will purchase books on their own.

Join us whenever you can. Whether you've read it or not, we look forward to the lively discussion.

Join Zoom Meeting here
Meeting ID: 811 5932 8587

For more information email John Owen.


Friendship Bible Study

Tuesdays | 7-8 pm | Weekly

This online bible study is for adults with developmental disabilities. There is no cost or registration required to attend this class and participants may join at any time throughout the year.

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 830 9634 4531

Questions please contact Jeff Strueder.


 

Destination Unknown

Join us for a fun and unique experience. Learn about God out and about in the community at a mystery location while still being safe and socially distanced. No need to worry about running into big crowds...we've taken the worry out of it for you. Just come and have fun! For all ages!

Join us on one or all of the following days from 12 - 2 pm:
November 15 | December 6

Registration required.

REGISTER HERE


Weather Updates

For weather related updates please visit our FaceBook page or join us for worship and hear our Community Connection announcements.

In the case of inclement weather, Destination Unknown will be held on the same dates as above, but will take place virtually via Zoom from 8 - 8:30 pm.

Join Zoom meeting here

If in-person gathering is cancelled Pastor Todd will engage from the mystery location during the evening sessions. It will still be Destination Unknown, just virtual!

Questions, contact Pastor Todd.


Pub Theology

Fridays in October | 8 pm
All ages welcome at this “virtual pub”!

Join Zoom here
Meeting ID: 886 9013 1456

It’s no secret that the current political climate of our nation is deeply divided as we approach a contentious election. How does the church speak and act in ways that can foster healing and engagement instead of deepening division? 

This will NOT be a time of endorsing or campaigning for particular candidates, parties or platforms – instead, we will seek to elevate the conversation toward the important conversations that need to happen at the intersection of faith and public discourse. 

Conversation topics will focus around “Letters to the Church” by William Kincaid, a professor at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis. Kincaid avoids the trappings of the red/blue divide by observing how the overall political climate has moved us in unhealthy directions. His encouragement to people of faith is to remember what matters, and to engage in respectful, loving dialogue from the heart of our faith, and the possibilities for our nation. 

Participants are invited to, but do not need to read the book. Several copies are available upon request from Pastor Brian, or the book can be purchased here:

https://www.amazon.com/Letters-Church-Encouragement-Engagement-Election/dp/1725267101/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=letters+to+the+church+kincaid&qid=1600881850&sr=8-1

or

https://wipfandstock.com/letters-to-the-church.html


Online Chapel

November 2 | December 7
7 - 8 pm

Come encounter the presence of the Holy Spirit in a powerful way at Chapel this fall! To be present for each other, listen to one another, encourage each other, and pray for each other. All are welcome. Hope to see you there!

Join Zoom meeting here
Meeting ID: 824 4387 7778