There’s a Place for You.
The family of God crosses generations. Every level of the family is important at United. Focus ministries offered outside traditional Sunday morning worship are designed to serve special members of the family as they endeavor to build their relationship with Christ.
Classes and activities designed especially for ages pre-K through 5th grade are offered on Sundays and Wednesdays. These kids worship opportunities are designed to help them learn about God and His plans for their lives. Kids join the larger congregation for worship in part on Sunday morning, then move to their own area for worship designed especially for them. Staffed nursery is also available during each scheduled service.
Making the transition from being a kid to becoming an adult is hard. Our youth ministry helps students navigate this important journey with strong faith in God as their guide. Learning opportunities through topical studies, community service, recreation, and summer camps are offered to support youth as they develop a closer relationship with Christ and other young people experiencing the similar successes, challenges, and tough decisions in life.
Whether you’re a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, single, married, single again, or just ‘of age’, we believe that personal encouragement, support, and continued learning is important. Systematic Bible study in Sunday School classes offers an opportunity to dive deeper into the scriptures to find application God intends for you. Smaller groups focus on particular topics of interest to find God’s direction in struggles and successes in every day adult life.
We call seasoned adults at United our DOVES (Devoted Obedient Victorious Energetic Saints). Promoting spiritual growth and health along with opportunities for fellowship and care is the focus of this ministry. Monthly dinner meetings in addition to planned activities and trips create a feeling of ‘belonging’ for our DOVES. Nothing replaces experience in the learning process. At United, we cherish the experiences our seniors can share and encourage them to continue to be actively involved in the church.