Discipleship Sunday morning education opportunities for all ages. Classes will meet at 9 AM for one hour, followed by light refreshments and fellowship on the patio until the start of worship at 10:30 AM.
Parent Life aims to empower parents with biblical wisdom, practical guidance, and insights to help guide their children of all ages through the journey of growth and development. We will review and discuss Bible passages together, look at what it means for us as both people of faith and as parents, and will be open to discussing our successes and challenges in parenting through faith.
Biblical Foundations for Life - Explore the story of the Bible and how the parts relate to each other, to Jesus, and to you. Understand your part in this continuing story. This discussion-oriented class will take you through the Bible in a year. Open to all adults of any age or history with the church or faith experience. Meets in the Library with Rich Smith
High school students will discuss the upcoming sermon references with David Pels in the High School Room.
Middle school students will explore "The Chronicles of Narnia" with Scott Lynn in the Middle School Room.
Intercessory Prayer Group
Intercessory prayer is group prayer time focused on the immediate prayer requests sent to the prayer chain and other requests from our church and community. We petition the Lord for needs and wait on the Holy Spirit to guide us for prayer for other church, local, regional, and world needs.
Men's Sunday Morning Fellowship
Spend time in the Bible, walking together through our faith.
Supervised child care will be provided for all ages up to fifth grade during the 9 AM hour. Parents will pick up their children at 10 AM for fellowship on the patio. Families will sit together in worship at 10:30 AM. Kids will be dismissed after the Kids' Message to Orchard Kids for the remainder of the service.
Following the Service
Lessons From Paul's Travels
Noon - 1 PM
We will review some of the lessons Paul learned and the techniques he used to "bring the Gospel to all Nations" during his first and second missionary journey. We will apply these lessons to our own "story" as we prepare ourselves to "bring the Gospel to all Nations," even if that means our neighbor or the stranger we meet at the grocery store.