Midweek Connection

Wednesday, August 21, 2024 at 5:30 pm

About the Event

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Midweek Connection provides the encouragement, refreshment, and equipment required to help us flourish as disciples in our workplaces, schools, families, and neighborhoods.


Preschool children will watch Owlegories, an animated series that blends adventure with gospel-centered lessons about nature, faith, and God. Each session includes a Bible-based video followed by a related craft or coloring activity. This program aims to teach young children about God through the wonders of nature and biblical teachings. Special Christmas and Easter episodes are scheduled around those holidays to enrich their understanding of these significant events in the Christian faith. It provides a relaxing yet educational way for children to learn foundational truths about God amidst their weekly activities.


Kids will explore their identity in Christ through the HyFi curriculum from Lifeway, designed to create a dynamic, camp-like experience. Each month, children will engage with Bible-based content within a lively thematic framework. HyFi aims to foster deep connections, genuine friendships, and a sense of belonging, preparing children emotionally to understand the gospel message. The evening includes Team Time for initial bonding, Group Time with games, interactive videos, and teaching, and concludes with further team activities for application. Adult volunteers are encouraged to serve as Team Leaders, requiring minimal preparation. HyFi utilizes high-quality media, games, and collaborative learning to ensure all participants have an enjoyable yet biblically grounded experience.


Youth will engage in fun games, opportunities to make lasting connections, and spaces to hear from and reflect on God’s Word with other students.


Midweek Connection offers various group options aligned with our Values and Characteristics of a Flourishing Disciple, emphasizing Biblical Authority and fostering a love for the Word, the Church, and telling others.

  • Journey through the Word Group: Led by Alan Bandy, this interactive study focuses on understanding the beauty and purpose of the Bible, particularly exploring the life of Paul this Fall.
  • Grace and Truth Apologetics Group: Led by James Franklin, this group equips believers to defend and share their faith effectively, preparing them to give reasons for their hope in Christ.
  • Fellowship First: A relaxed fellowship time to build deep, biblical community through mutual encouragement and connection.

The first Wednesday of each month offers:

  • Grace Marriage: Facilitated by Chad and Cole Gilbert, Gary and Kimberly Myers, and others, this group uses books, videos, and activities to strengthen marriages through biblical principles and intentional relationship-building.
  • Financial Peace University: Led by Stephen Harris, this group teaches biblical stewardship principles to help individuals and couples manage finances wisely and reduce financial stress.
  • Big Questions: Virtues: Dr. Jamie Dew addresses navigating secular culture while maintaining a faithful Christian witness and promoting biblical virtues in family and community life.
  • Fellowship First: An opportunity for casual fellowship and community-building, emphasizing mutual support and encouragement among church members.

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