We have an array of programs for you and your family to get involved in or serve with.  Each age group has opportunities to worship the Lord and study His Word in various arenas.

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We have a number of different programs for you and your family to get involved in or serve with.  Each age group has opportunities to worship the Lord and study His Word in various arenas.  Check out the areas of interest and contact the people listed for more information or to explore how you may serve within these ministries.

Children & Youth

Children's Ministry

Sundays 10:30 AM September-June

Sunday morning classes are ongoing for children preschool through 6th grade. In Sunday School, children are invited to glorify God through a time of communal prayer and worship, creating a place for Children to grow spiritually through Biblical learning and caring relationships.  Great Bible stories are often read and shared, And music for church services is often rehearsed and enjoyed.

Youth Confirmation Class

Every Other Sunday 10:30am

For young people in grades 7 through 12 who wish to explore their faith in a deeper way, this class will give them an opportunity to ask questions pertinent to their faith journey.  This in no way obligates a young person to formally join the church – that will be decided at a time that seems right and Spirit-led by the young person.


Coffee & Fellowship

On hold  for the pandemic

Like to eat? So do we! Every other Sunday morning before Sunday School time we gather to enjoy each other's cooking - and each other's company. Bring

whatever you like to share, and fresh hot coffee (and other beverages) is always available. But if you can't bring something that's OK, just come and join us.

Unwind, recap your week, swap some stories or share some laughs. We also have a free will offering which goes to support our outreach programs, give as you are able.

Faith Exploration Class

Sundays 10:30 AM, September - June

A mixed group of adults who meet to explore their relationship to God through such activities as prayer, eating, worship, and generosity, as well as forming spiritual partnerships with one another. Through approaches such as journaling, drawing, eating, and other right-brain activities, we look at questions of our faith.

Scott's Adult Class

Sundays 10:30 AM, September - June

Scott’s class is a more traditional Sunday school class for adults where lively discussion and fellowship take place. Always aligned in a circle, our adult Sunday School

is a fellowship of friends always learning from the Bible and exchanging opinions and views on lessons. Not a lecture, prepare to both learn and take part with your

fellow servants of Christ.

Spring Mills Reads

A quarterly book discussion group that includes people from the community as well as members of the congregation. Some books that have been previously discussed


Breakfast at Sally's by Richard LeMieux

Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand

When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

The Dog Stars by Peter Heller

What is the What? by Dave Eggers

Whistling Vivaldi by Claude M. Steele

The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson

The Nine Tailors by Dorothy Sayers

Ladies of Grace

A women’s group with a long tradition of helping others through fundraising, assistance to those in need, hospitality, and encouragement.

Men of Grace

From serving local fishermen along Penns Creek during our annual Fisherman's Breakfast in mid April, to fix up jobs around the community

as needed, our men's group is always seeking new opportunities to help the neighborhood and our neighbors as part of our outreach for Christ.

Benevolence & Caring

Prayer Shawl Ministry

“You created every part of me,

knitting me in my mother’s womb,

for such handiwork,

I praise you.

Awesome this great wonder!”

Psalm 139: 13-14

Prayer shawls are prayers for comfort and blessing in a cozy, tangible form. Shawls are symbolic of an inclusive, unconditionally loving God.

Prayer shawls may be given to those who are ill or recovering from an illness, undergoing medical procedures, grieving a loss, or experiencing times of stress. They may be used for commitment or marriage ceremonies, birthing or nursing a baby, or as a gift for a special rite of passage.

Prayer shawl groups meet twice monthly. Each meeting begins with a prayer for both the makers and the recipients of the shawls. The knitter begins each shawl with prayers for the recipient. Intentions are continued throughout the creation of the shawl. After completion, shawls are blessed by a laying-on of hands before they are given away.

Prayer Support

A group of caring individuals meeting regularly to pray for the world and those who need it. Have a prayer request? Feel free to visit our Contact Us page to submit one anonymously.