Join us for Community Night each Wednesday evening during the school year from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.  Below you will find info about our Community Night options and will find that there is something for everyone in your family!


    The AWANA program which stands for "Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed" is for kids ages infants through 5th grade. For detailed information, please click here.

  • Kinetics

    Kinetic energy is energy in motion. Our faith is to always be in motion. We  should never be stationary in our Spiritual growth. Kinetics is a powerful tool  to help us grow.  It is a casual, interactive worship service where we sing, pray and discuss  the Bible in-depth. Check it out every Wednesday evening at 6:30 pm in the church annex.  Oh, and don't forget we have snacks and refreshments.

  • Youth Group Night

    Youth Group Night kicks off for the school year on Wednesday evening, August 22nd! This is for Senior High and Middle School students, grades 6-12, on Wednesday nights during our Community Night. These are high-energy, yet serious evenings for students to attend and a great time to bring their friends. This is held in the youth area in Crossroads Station and the doors open at 6:00 p.m. and we will be finished around 8:00 p.m. Be sure to come and bring a friend or two!

  • Foundations Class and Ladies in Step

    Foundations of Faith is a fresh, innovative curriculum about the essential truths of the Christian faith and how these truths are to be lived out―in our relationships, our character, and our work.  See the world from God's perspective!  A Christian worldview based on God's essential truths has a lifelong impact on the way you approach and deal with life's challenges.  Foundations curriculum teaches how to filter everyday experiences through the truth of God's Word.  For instance, understanding God's gift of salvation enables us to love God more deeply and tell others more confidently what God can do for them!  Room 105    630-800 PM

    Ladies in Step is studying the Sensible Shoes Series by Sharon Garlough Brown. It is a continuing story of four women of different ages and life stories. The author weaves their stories together, along with a variety of prayer practices. This study has been life-changing. All women are invited.  Downstairs Room 10  630-800 PM

  • Elective Nights

    May 8th: "Engaging in Fruitful Confrontation"

    Speaker:  Phil Schiavoni

    Phil believes a Biblical view on how confrontation promotes healing and reconciliation.  Come hear more about what the Bible teaches about confrontation, stories from his work and everyday life, and receive a strategy on how to plan and execute those awkward, confrontational dialogues in fruitful ways.  Childcare will be provided.