Young At Heart
The Young At Heart (YAH) groups’ Mission is to keep senior members involved in the Lord’s work. They are a group of seniors aged 60 years and older but young at heart that enjoy life, love worshipping, lover serving, and love God. They ultimately want to glorify God, follow in the perfect steps of Jesus, and share the gospel with everyone. The group is involved in several activities including gathering for meals and games, singing songs, having prayers of thanksgiving, and conducting devotionals. They also regularly send out greeting cards, conduct benevolence outreach, prepare food for the sick, and conduct visitations. They want to encourage all to use their Time, Talent, and Treasure to further God’s kingdom.
The Care Groups mission is to encourage, serve, and care for the members. Each Care Group meets monthly to fellowship and discuss any needs within the group that may require attention. The Care Groups send cards, make calls, and visits to encourage members. When surgery, sickness, or death falls upon a member, the Care Group is here to comfort and support the family by providing meals.
The college group seeks to provide fun opportunities and activities for Christian fellowship amongst our college-aged members. Our goal is to help each other grow stronger in Christ and cope with the stresses and struggles that often come during the college-age years. The college group regularly comes together at each others’ houses for meals, TV nights, and other fellowship activities. Past group outings have included haunted houses, zip-line courses, Six Flags, white-water rafting, & walking/running events. There is also a college-age bible class that meets regularly. The college group has a great time together and cherishes Christian fellowship at a time in life when that is often hard to find.
Shut In Minsitry
Our Shut-In Ministry is a ministry that meets the needs of our shut-in members and also strives to help those members to still feel engaged with the church family. This ministry is based off of our Hospital Ministry and provides the following on a regular basis: phone calls, cards, visits, meals, care packages, shopping services, lawn care, and any other needs of each shut-in.
The objective of the Visitation Ministry is two fold.
First, we want visitors to feel appreciated, loved, and welcomed. Second, and most important, we want them to have the desire to work with us to broaden the borders of the Kingdom of God.