It’s just a phase. As parents, every phase can be uniquely challenging and be uniquely exciting. In every phase the conversations, the relationships, the development, and the faith of your kid changes. We also believe that every parent wants to be a better parent. As a church, we want to partner with parents and help that become a reality.
We believe the best thing for a parent is to be connected with other parents. When parents connect with other parents in similar phases, it helps parents be encouraged that they are not alone and helps them to be more intentional in their own home.
Parent Small Groups: Wednesday Nights 6:30 - 8pm in Room 19.
Our Family Small Groups are starting on September 11, 2019.
Fighting traffic home from work, kids' homework, dinner...
how do you manage getting to Wednesday Night Church?
We've got a solution ... join us for Wednesday Night Dinners.
Time: 5:30-6:15 pm | Where: Chapel | Suggested Donation $5/adult | $3/kid | cap of $15/family
Includes veggie option, fruit option, ice water & lemonade
(gluten free options available)
After dinner, join a Bible Study Class or your Parent Small Group.
If every family had one conversation a week about the faith of their kids, our kids would grow significantly in their faith. The problem is that as parents we run out of time. Having these conversations doesn’t need to be a burden though, it can be practical and possible.
As a parent, there are certain conversations that aren’t weekly conversations, but they are critical conversations that should happen repeatedly in the life of your child. We’ve created phase nights to encourage you as a parent in these critical conversations and to help you connect with other parents who are trying to have the same conversations. Phase Nights will happen from 6:30-8pm in the Chapel.
Dates to be announced
If you'd like some advance info about what we'll talk about,
we've got three different maps based on these three Phase Nights.
Looking for some help with your kids?
We've got a variety of resources to help you navigate how to handle technology with your kids.
Soon we'll have more resources to help you navigate conversations about Authentic Faith and Sexual Integrity.