8:30 a.m. 9th Grade Confirmation
Hudson Room; Facilitator: Noe Juarez & Jenny Kutzner
This milestone class for our 9th graders will meet for eight weeks in the Fall, ending on Nov. 1st and then resume for eight weeks between March 7 through April 25 with Confirmation Sunday on April 29. The youth will be delving into subjects such as prayer, obeying God, baptism and the Holy Spirit as well as an overnight retreat, mission experience, and communion preparation.

9:30 a.m.  “Focus on the Family Working Together on the Journey”                                    
Room: 208; Facilitator: Sandra Orndorff
Join other parents of children and teens for an hour of fellowship, learning, conversation and fun and COFFEE!  The group’s conversation will be a six-week study of “What Makes a Hero? The Death-Defying ministry of Jesus” by Matt Rawles. We look forward to seeing you!

11 a.m. Faith Café                                                                        
Room: Library
A discussion group that looks at current topics through the lens of scripture and our faith.  We use a newsletter, the Wired Word to provide topics and discussion points. We meet each week in the Library at 11:00 AM.


4:30 p.m. The Gifts of Imperfect Parenting 
Room: TBD; Facilitator: Laura Rothacker
Class will run once a month beginning Oct. 8              
What would it mean for our families, our community, and even the world if a   critical mass of parents raised children who knew their worth and connected with others from a place of empathy and respect? Kids Club parents are invited to join the video course “The Gifts of Imperfect Parenting: a Wholehearted Revolution” by Brene Brown. We will explore what it means to raise children with courage, compassion, and connection. The class will be held once a month starting October 8 from 4:30-5:30 and then dinner together from 5:30-6 pm.



An Online Exploration of Faith
Facilitator: Mary Kay Hymes
This will be exclusively online with a simple login to gain access to the website, managed by Mary Kay Hymes.
As you read through the Bible, do you often focus on the visual images that come through and find yourself remembering best through pictures? Each week (or two), you will be asked to read one of the books, reflect on the meaning for you, and share your thoughts and imagery you discover. Using Ann Osborne’s Prayer flags, we will consider these visual interpretations as well as ones you find to help you find wisdom, directives and peace through the scriptures. You don’t have to be an artist, just one who wishes to grow in faith and spirituality. To participate visit: