kitchen tables

An object in a room designed for preparing food where family tends to gather for meals. It’s the place where one debriefs about their day, asks hard questions and receives, at times, hard answers, is refreshed and strengthened. It’s the place where one is known. Smaller still and more intimate than the living room environments, these gatherings offer intimate relationships. The kitchen table is where friends become family. And it is within the context of the kitchen table that people begin to change their priorities. 

  • community groups

    Community Groups are smaller, more intimate communities (6-16 people) that meet regularly (weekly or bi-weekly) in geographically convenient host homes.  They gather for food, fellowship, prayer and discussion.

    Want to get connected to a community group? Find your group here.  

  • starting point

    Starting Point is an 8 week conversation on the Christian faith. It's intentionally designed to be a safe, welcoming environment where no question is off limits. It's a great place for those who have left Christianity but are coming back, those who are interested in Christianity but don't know much about and those just beginning their faith journey.  Check our this short video to learn more. 

    Register here for Starting Point beginning in April, just after Easter.

  • women's wednesday morning

    A gathering of women for worship, prayer, Bible study and encouragement.  We meet every Wednesday morning from 9:30-11:30.  Contact Jan Weirenga for for information of if you'd like to join us!

  • 12 steps to freedom study

    This is a Bible study exploring the biblical basis for the 12 steps to freedom. Anyone is welcome but it's designed for those with addictions. This study meets each Tuesday night at 7pm in our fellowship hall. 

    Contact Ross Manders for more information.