As a church community, we often meet for events, bible studies, retreats, to meet needs in the community, and sometimes just to spend time together. Most of our groups are open to everyone, but we also offer separate Men’s and Women’s ministries to allow a space for conversations and support for some of the unique challenges that we all face.
Our next study beginning January 8th, Numbers: Learning Contentment in a Culture of More. This is a 6-week study comparing our own dissatisfaction with our life circumstances to the grumbling of the Israelites as God leads them out of slavery.
By exploring Numbers we can come to identify the reasons for our complaining, learn contentment while being authentic about the difficulties of life, accept short-term hardship in light of the greater good of God's ultimate deliverance, recognize the relationship between complaining and worry, and discover how to realign with God's character and promises.
Sign up by clicking here! Child care is available upon request, please contact Molly at 763-263-2209.
One day only!
Thursday, January 4
Choose either 11:00 a.m. or 7:00 p.m.
Make the most of your life! Pastor Kyle leads, using a segment of an Andy Stanley video, conversation, support and prayer.
Register here. If you need childcare, please let us know in your registration or by calling 763-263-2209 or E-mailing email@example.com.
Each session is an hour and a half.
A conversational study lead by Pastor Kyle, which meets every Thursday at 11:00am. We are currently reading the letters of Peter.
The Sisters of Saron, or SOS, is open to women of all ages. We meet on the last Sunday of every month at 6:00 p.m. We enjoy coming together for special events, bible studies, prayer, good food, crafts, retreats, and special activities.
Currently, we are studying Crossing the Waters by Leslie Leyland Fields. Each session stands alone, so please join us anytime!
The Men of Saron meet the 2nd and 4th Sundays of every month, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. There's good conversation, a bit of ribbing, snacks, support and getting into real concerns, struggles and the victories of life in Christ. They get into scriptural and/or topical discussions. There is lots of room for questions. The men reinforce each other in their sometimes unique roles as fathers, brothers or sons and support each other through prayer and having a safe place to be heard.
The Men of Saron also periodically take on service projects to help people in need, regularly get together with men from other congregations and occasionally put on a fine fund-raising breakfast for a variety of worthy causes.
Currently studying a book in the Bible called "Titus". Titus challenges us to display the gospel in our lives through doing good. We do good works not to earn God’s favor, but as a result of God’s favor. When the gospel has truly taken root in our lives, it produces the fruit of godliness. As we pass these things on to future generations, the Church stands in bright contrast to the darkness of the world.