Common Interest Groups
Connect with others who share a similar interest, stage of life, or desire for growth.
For adults in their second half of life (50+) to connect with each other through social events,
grow in faith with educational opportunities specific for second-half life dynamics, and serve
others in our generation and those following. Get on our email list by contacting Jeff and Jolene.
Brown Bag Lunch
Bring your own brown bag lunch and join other 50+ folks for an informal
discussion on the characteristics of the Millennial generation and our
relationships with them. We meet immediately after the 2nd service in the
Chapel. We'll provide coffee and desserts. No need to register. Just show up
with your lunch and share with others on an interesting topic. Contact: Jeff and Jolene at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sun, Apr 30, 12:15-1:30pm
*NEW* Holy Yoga
Holy Yoga is an experiential worship created to deepen people's connection to Christ. Our sole purpose is to facilitate a Christ honoring experience that offers an opportunity to believers and non-believers alike to authentically connect to God through His Word, worship, and wellness. Holy Yoga exists to carry the gospel to the ends of the earth through the modality of yoga. Like any new physical fitness class, you will need to sign a waiver when you arrive. Find out more about Holy Yoga here: https://holyyoga.net/about
Cost: Suggested donation of $10
What to bring: Yoga Mat, Block and Strap if you have them.
Hearts for Adoption
Finding community among women with adoptive children, or those in the process of adopting, can be important and helpful. Moms in this group come together to support, encourage, and pray for each other along the journey of building our families through adoption.
Contact: Caeli or (952) 201-7707.
First Thursdays, 6:30pm
God, Science, and Nature
This group explores the relationships between God, science, and nature through dialogue and short presentations. Contact: Dennis
Prayer Shawl Ministry
If you enjoy knitting or crochet, join us as we prayerfully craft these symbols of comfort and blessing. Shawls are prayed over, then given to those in need of a tangible expression of God’s love and care during seasons of loss, transition or celebration. Help is available for beginners.
Patterns are provided; bring three skeins of Lion Brand Homespun yarn and size 11 or 13 knitting needles; or four skeins yarn and size M or N crochet hook. This group meets between services on the second Sunday once per quarter. Contact: Eileen
Sun, Mar 12, Jun 11, Sept 10, Dec 10, 10:15-11am
This is a group of people that get together weekly to compete in a volleyball league.
Contact Kerry for future league dates.
Writing can feel like such a solitary venture. Meeting with other writers is a way to share encouragement, ideas and experiences. Through discussion, prayer and occasional guest speakers, we’ll learn and talk about the writing craft and brainstorm ideas. Writers of all levels of experience are welcome. Meeting is held offsite. Contact: Tim Olson
Second and fourth Wed of each month, 7-9pm
Once you exit high school, you find there's so much change to life as you once knew. Adults 18 to 30-something who are looking for opportunities to connect should get on the email list. From there, we'll send you info about serving and socializing events. Also, meet us between services at the Open House on the second Sunday of the month. Contact: Sonia | ext 1904
Young Adults Lunch
Third Sundays, 12:30pm