Following Jesus. Serving Others.
Let’s study, serve, and worship together.
There are a variety of ministries in which you can have meaningful fellowship with others and also serve within the church body.
Group activities are scheduled about once a month for the women of the church. Past activities have included such things as Coffee and Canvas paint night, Christmas Tea, Mother-Daughter Banquet, Day Trips to Holland, Frankenmuth and IKEA, visiting various members of the church and much more. Check out the calendar for what’s coming up next!
Women’s Missions and Service (WMS)
WMS seeks to serve the local and global communities through various projects. This group of ladies meet the third Thursday of every month from 9am – 3pm to quilt, sew, knot and bind comforters, sew drawstring bags, and prepare collected items for distribution or delivery (Temporarily cancelled due to COVID-19). A carry-in lunch is served at around 11:30am. Children are welcome, however childcare is not provided. No experience is needed; just a willingness to learn. Monthly projects are also presented to the congregation for the collection of items for such things as school kits, disaster relief kits, sewing kits, soap, towels and much more. Most collected items are distributed through Mennonite Central Committee, but local ministries are also regularly supported.
The Praise Team is a place for musically gifted individuals to use their God-given talents to help lead others in worship through song. We normally have a full band, with piano, guitar, drums and four part harmony vocals.
Secret Prayer Partners
Women of the church can choose to become a Secret Prayer Partner each fall. Ladies are encouraged, but not required, to anonymously send encouraging cards and small gifts for birthdays and special events throughout the year to their prayer partner. The reveal party in the fall is always a great time!
Child Prayer Partners
When children are born or start attending our church, they are paired with an adult prayer partner. By doing so, the adult agrees to pray for the child on a regular basis and is encouraged to celebrate the child on their birthday or holidays with a card or small gift. Some adults form mentor-type relationships with the children in addition to covering them in prayer.