What’s Happening on Wednesday Nights

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Kids Wednesday Programming: Elementary will be in the gym doing “Talent Training” – are you using your gifts for the stage or for the Kingdom?”. Various people from the congregation will share their special gifts and talents (sailing, dog training, dancing, baking, sewing, etc.) with kids and share how they are using these gifts to further His Kingdom. If you have a talent you would like to share, please see Chris today! Preschool (ages 4-K) will be at the bottom of the ramp for a fun-filled adventure through the Bible with Topher the Gopher and his friends, beginning with the Silly Sound Factory—learning God’s promises in the Old Testament. God always keeps his promises! Ages 0-3 will be in the toddler nursery. The gym will be open from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Kids Choir (K-4th) is at 6:10 p.m. in Room 7. 

Youth Four-Week Gospel Series: The GOSPEL – What Is It and How Do We Share It? The youth are going to be starting a four-week Gospel series on Wednesday nights. Being a Christian is about so much more than just praying a prayer. It’s about living and speaking Jesus where we are, and giving Him our lives. But do we really know WHY His GOSPEL is good news?

Wednesday Nights (Chapel): Beginning Wednesday, September 1, Dr. Matthew Harmon, professor of New Testament Studies at Grace College, will be presenting the series Parables: Windows into God’s Kingdom. Join us as we seek to encounter Christ and experience the power of God’s kingdom through the parables today.

Wednesday Night Elective – Freedom from Tyranny of the Urgent by Charles E. Hummel (Room 16): Starting Wednesday, September 1, Malcolm Stauffer will lead a five-week elective based on this book on the five Wednesday evenings in September. We will meet at 7:00 p.m. in Room 16 downstairs.

Wednesday Night Elective - Grief Class: A class entitled “Journeying through Grief” will begin Wednesday evening, October 6, and will meet through the end of the year. This class will give ideas and tools for helping to get through the holidays as well as other special occasions. Grief is a difficult road to travel, and since there is no roadmap, it’s hard to navigate many times. Loss changes so many lives and so many things. If you or someone you know is grieving the loss of a loved one, this class will be helpful. If you have any questions, please contact Marcia Cressman.


Posted on Tuesday, August 17, 2021