We want to help you find community! 

The Group Finder below is a great tool, but if you are wondering about the different types of groups available, click here!  And if you don't see a group that is the right fit for you, contact Pastor John today, and we will get you connected.  


Small Groups

Pickleball - Recreational

Recreational Pickleball
Sep-May:  Wed, 11:30 AM - 2 PM
Jun-Aug:  Mon/Wed, 10 AM - 12:30 PM

There is no charge to participate, but we will collect a free will offering. Most players make donations to our food pantry.

Questions? Call Ralph Bradley, 308-380-5866.

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Summer Book Club: Spiritual Wonder Women

Wednesday, 6:30pm

Join us for our summer book club! This summer’s theme is "Spiritual Wonder Women". We will explore the works of three remarkable authors, each bringing unique insights into spirituality and personal growth. Come once or come to all three!  We welcome individuals of all ages and gender identification to come, share insights, enjoy good company, and find spiritual enrichment together!

We are meeting the last Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm in the Coffee StAND.

Sign-Up Here (in the Studies section)

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Women's Bible Study: Numbers

Thursday, 6:30pm

Thursdays, 6:30-7:45 PM
June 6 - July 25 (No class July 4)
Class Leader: Suzanne Deprez
Hybrid Class: In Person w/the option to call in

We'll be studying Numbers: Learning Contentment in a Culture of More by Melissa Spoelstra.

In this study of the Book of Numbers, you'll learn how God can fill the ache inside of you and help you focus on faith in the midst of life's joys and pains.

Sign Up Here! (in the Studies section)

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Tuesday, 9:30am

Tuesday mornings, 9:30-11 am

Dates:  Apr 9-May 14, 2024
Duration:  6 weeks
Location:  Hybrid
Group leader:  Debi Buck

We are a warm, caring, and compassionate group who loves learning together through book studies, videos, and lively discussions, while having fun and enjoying fellowship as we grow in our faith and travel down the road of discipleship together. All are welcome!

Study:  Irresistible
Author:  Andy Stanley

Once upon a time there was a version of the Christian faith that was practically irresistible. After all, what could be more so than the gospel that Jesus ushered in? Why, then, isn't it the same with Christianity today? What did first-century Christians know that we don't—about God's Word, about their lives, about love? What did they do that we're not doing? What makes Christianity so resistible in today's culture? What needs to change in order to repeat the growth our faith had at its beginning? This is a version of Christianity we must remember and re-embrace if we want to be salt and light in an increasingly savorless and dark world.

Sign up here!  Find it in the Studies section

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Pickleball - Weekenders

Do you enjoy Pickleball or are interested in learning how to play? We've added a Weekend Pickleball group that meets September through May (no summer sessions)! This is a great place to learn and enjoy the company of others!

This group is for beginners to intermediates. If you are new to pickleball, our leader will teach you the rules and the strokes you will need. Once you have practiced the strokes, he will get you into game play - usually in your first session. For the slightly more experienced player, our leader will periodically give you skills to work on before game play begins. All sessions will always include game play.

There is no charge to participate, but we will collect a free will offering. Most players make donations to our food pantry.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Wednesday, 6:00pm

Wednesdays, 6-7pm 
Room:  LL1

Alcoholics Anonymous meeting open to all.

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JEDI Book Club

Sunday, 6:00pm

Second Sunday, 6-7:30 pm
September - May (no meeting in January)
Location: LL4
Group Leader:  Kim Samuelson
Childcare Provided - please let Kim know if needed

JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion) Book Club
JEDI Book Club includes eight monthly classes exploring race, gender, socioeconomic status, religion, sexual identity, abilities, age, and national origin. Participants are responsible for reading six secular books (below), watching one film, and investigating how these factors currently impact our lives, church, and community. The workshop is set up to be experiential, interactive, and discussion-based. Each class is designed to

  • first focus on the issues of the text assigned for that class session (reflection on the text),
  • then focus on the connections of the text to our lives, church, and community (the text in our lives),
  • and finally, focus on how the equity issues of the text are addressed in the Bible (going beyond the text).

The class is based on The SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum, originally designed by Peggy McIntosh and Emily Styles.

Texts for 2023-24

  • September - Introduction
  • October (Black) - Youll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey
  • November (Sexual Identity) - This Is How It Always Is or Mad Honey
  • December (Ability) - Crip Camp (film)
  • February (Addiction, Foster Care) - Demon Copperhead
  • March (Gender) - Lessons in Chemistry
  • April (Socioeconomic Status) - Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting by in America
  • May (Native) - Five Little Indians

Sign up here!  (in the Study section)


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Tuesday, 1:00pm

We are the Debbie Stranberg Memorial Mahjong Fellowship (DSMMF: Do Something to Make More Friends)!

Join us the second Tuesday of every month for a time of fellowship and fun as we gather to play Mahjong! All are welcome to participate in the fun.  

Please consider bringing food for the Food Pantry when you come.

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