Community Nights will run through May 15, 2019!
The whole community is invited to join us every Wednesday evening during the school year for a free-will donation dinner from 5:15-6:00pm as well as classes from 6:00-7:30pm complete with nursery care for your little ones from birth to age 2.
We offer a great program for kids, families and individuals of all ages called Messy Church which begins at 6pm. Messy Church is a space that focuses on exploring faith concepts through hands-on activities like art, music, dance, science, play and community. Drop your kids off, attend with them or find your own space as a kid at heart as we explore God in new ways. See Pastor Anna with any questions about Messy Church at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to Messy Church, we offer a variety of personal growth classes beginning at 6pm and invite you to join us along with nursery care and our hands-on children’s programming for our younger crowd up to 5th grade!
If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to email Pastor Grant at email@example.com.
Check out the classes we are offering! *Please note that all classes run from 6:00-7:30pm unless otherwise noted
4/10 Line Dancing with Sally Kessler
Join us on April 10th for a free line dancing class with Sally Kessler! Whether you are an avid dancer or a beginner, it will be a great time of trying your hand at different styles of community dancing! This is a free class and registration is not required to attend, but it gives us a better idea of how many to expect.
4/17 Holy Week - No Community Night
4/25 & 5/01 Feeding Your Family Locally with April Reinhart
Join us on April 24 and May 1 as we learn from April Reinhart what it looks like to feed your family using only locally sourced and produced food. There is a make-and-take element to these classes as well, so please plan on coming to one or both! The make-and-take element will be different for each class.
Cost will be $1 per class, class size limited to 35 each week.
5/08 Basics of Handbells with Wendy Kepler
If you've been curious to see what ringing handbells is like, here is your chance in a relaxed, commitment-free zone! Join us on May 8 as Wendy Kepler, Director of the First Church Bell Choir, teaches us the basics of ringing bells. No musical background is necessary, however, class participants should be at least 15 years old.
No Registration Required
5/15 Watoto Children's Choir
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More info about this choir coming soon!