Ministry to, with, and through adults for spiritual growth, fellowship, outreach to the unsaved, and service so God’s love and power will be declared to the next generation.
Occurring in an informal family setting, these ministries are created to enable people to connect with each other. They provide activities for friendships while inviting family and friends who do not know the Lord into a Christian environment.
Examples are knitting groups, quilting groups, game nights, Christmas programs, etc.
These ministries are designed to promote spiritual growth through God’s word. By introducing Christ through shared experiences, they make a difference in others lives. They connect others through fellowship and impact the next generation by example.
Examples: community groups, Beth Moore study, and Grandma’s In-Touch.
We provide opportunities for our church to connect intergenerationally within our church, and with other churches in our community. We accomplish this, in part, by reaching out to care facilities through musical presentations and our testimonies. We strive to bridge the age barrier by validation of worth and acceptance while glorifying God through our lives.
Examples: service opportunities and intergenerational activities.
Every third Thursday of the month we meet in the Chapel at noon for a potluck style luncheon for fellowship, singing, guest speakers, and prayer. Each person brings a main dish, salad, or dessert that serves 8-10 people. Sign up the Sunday prior or call the church office.
The Visitation Leadership team visits those who are hospitalized or house-bound due to physical limitations.
11:00 am Community Group
This community group meets on the first Sunday of the month in P103. This an extension of our Ambassador Luncheon. We sing hymns, enjoy guest speakers, and do service projects together.
Life Stage Transitions
As we and our parents are living longer lives, there are many more decisions that need to be made. You may be asking questions such as:
We encourage you at whatever life stage you are in, to participate in this six-week class to learn practical steps to answer these questions and many more. We want to help you make this time more productive and God-honoring as you care for loved ones. We usually offer this class in the spring and fall. Look for upcoming classes in the monthly publication, CMBC Life. The cost is $10 per person or $15 per couple.
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