Sunday School is held at 9:30 a.m. every Sunday during the school year, with classes offered for both children and adults.

Scripture Study meets at 10:00 a.m. every other Thursday of most months.

ROMEOs (Retired Old Men Eating Out) meet in local restaurants on the third Tuesday of the month, to enjoy each other’s company, as well as food. They also invite “lads under 60” to join them.

Trailblazers are seniors who enjoy a good meal together and conversation about updates on their families, travels, and current activities. They share old memories and some good laughs. They meet once a month to share a meal, usually at a local restaurant, but sometimes they meet in a member’s home or other settings for a seasonal celebration, fish fry or cookout. It is fun and personally rewarding. They want everyone to feel welcome.

CCQ (Community of Christ Quilters) usually meet on the first Thursday of the month to make quilts, many of which are donated to charitable causes in the community.

Wednesday Night Live and Solid Rock Cafe are for youth in 1st through the 8th grades and held on the second and fourth Wednesdays during the school year from 5:45 to 7:20.  We always begin with a meal and then for WNL we have a Bible lesson, crafts, games, and then a campfire style worship to wrap it all up.  For SRC,  we include food and games and sometimes have music and dancing and then end with a devotional.  Periodically throughout the year we also have special events like bowling, roller skating, trampoline park, swimming, campfires, cookouts, and game nights.

Vacation Church School is usually held in early August and is open for children aged four through those entering sixth grade in the fall. We typically meet from 6:15 pm. to 8:15 pm. Thursday evening, there will be a closing program, followed by an ice-cream social, to which family members and friends are invited.

Young Adult Ministry provides an opportunity for the young adults in the congregation to come together as a group and share in Christian fellowship. The focus is on fun and fellowship. However, we may incorporate more serious and “spiritual” elements into our meetings – things of a devotional nature. Who’s considered a young adult?  Generally, anyone in their college years up through their mid 30s, but we are not too legalistic. Some of our activities have included Kernels baseball games, New Year’s Eve party, Super Bowl party (an annual tradition), progressive dinner, and skating.