We will be streaming our services online until further notice. Please click below to join us Sundays @ 10am!
We believe that prayer is key in our relationship with Jesus. That's why we will be hosting an in-person prayer event where we will seek the heart of the Father and the move of His Spirit. Sunday evenings to do just that!
Registration is open online to attend!
We are happy to announce that SisterChicks will begin August 30th!
SisterChicks is our well-established, one-on-one mentoring program allowing an opportunity for any woman in our church family to have another woman come alongside for a season to guide, encourage, model or hold accountable.
Each mentoring partnership with meet once a week, for 90 minutes, at a time and place of their choosing, or digitally via Zoom. The sessions will be tailored to address issues specified by the mentee, which might be spiritual (devotional discipline, hearing God, ministry), relational (marriage, parenting, work related) or behavioral (life skills, personal disciplines, health and wellness).
If you are interested in being mentored, please register below. This will assist us in pairing you with a well-suited mentor.
We can't wait to see what God does in the lives of our women in this season!
Our latest COVID-19 update:
Small Groups will meet in-person at the church in the Gathering Place with chairs strategically placed 6 ft apart or in homes where 10 people can be hosted with the 6 ft distancing
Zoom groups will continue to be available for those who are high-risk
Sunday Services will still happen online every week as they have been for the past several weeks
There will be no in-person groups for VK in this phase of reopening, and kids will need to stay home for the time being
Small group leaders will sanitize surfaces before and after each group meets
Extra cleaning/disinfecting measures will be taken by our cleaning crew
Small groups will be limited to 10 or less (new groups will be added as needed to accommodate)
We will honor our brothers and sisters by respecting the degree of safety that each group member feels is necessary for them (i.e. no physical touch, sharing food, etc.)