Join our Senior Adults each Friday 11:00 AM-1:30 PM (except on Campus Closure dates) for a fellowship gathering. We begin with a potluck lunch at 11:00, followed by worship, a time of prayer, and Bible study with one of our pastors.
Rocky Point is a short-term mission trip to Rocky Point, Mexico where we partner with 1Mission and the local community to build homes. This is an opportunity for you to love people to Jesus, globally.
You’re invited to explore life’s big questions
Alpha is a place to explore the Christian faith with others. It’s a series of conversations focused on the questions of life, faith, and meaning. Each session includes a time to connect with others, hear a talk on some element of faith, and then a chance for people to share their own questions and perspectives with the group.
Join Pastor Glen & Jolene Elliott and Pastors Roger and Robin Blumenthal for 13 days in the Holy Land, Germany, and Austria. Tour Austria and their beautiful landscapes and famous cities such as Innsbruck, then head to Germany for the Passion Play portion of your tour. Tickets to the Oberammergau Passion Play are included with time to explore the sites in southern Germany, such as Ettal. You will then fly to Tel Aviv and walk in the footsteps of Jesus as you retrace his steps in the Galilee, Nazareth, Jerusalem, and Bethlehem. Departing on August 29, 2022, prices start at $4,998* with flights from New York, NY.
Parent/Child Dedication is an opportunity for parents to take time to specifically dedicate their child(ren) to God in the presence of their family and friends. The ceremony is lead by our Kid’s Pastor, Michelle with a message from our Lead Pastor, Glen Elliot.
Registration is required. Registration closes on Sept 24.
You do not have to be a pastor…anyone who has been called to serve in a ministry can become a chaplain! As an IFOC (International Fellowship of Chaplains) chaplain you will have training in areas such as: providing support to your schools, to youth, to pastors/churches, a minister in hospitals, nursing homes, to the handicapped, as a first responder, and more. Wherever the Lord has called (or is calling) you to serve in our community, chaplaincy training can enhance your ministry.
The training includes but is not limited to: stress management; depression/suicidology; domestic violence; grief and loss; Critical Incident Stress Management; Post Traumatic Stress Injury; human trafficking; death notifications; disaster preparedness, Chaplaincy, and the Law, and more. When you complete the training, you can choose to use the knowledge informally, or, you can choose to be a licensed Chaplain. You can also choose to be a licensed and ordained Chaplain. (Extra fees apply for the licensing process.)
Save $50 if you register before September 14.
Mothers of Preschoolers, or MOPS, is a non-denominational, international program designed to support and encourage mothers pregnant through kindergarten. Our Monthly meetings are filled with opportunities for you to build relationships with other moms, enjoy speakers covering topics of interest and make crafts that are fun and unique. Limited childcare spots are available for ages 9 months through Kinder. We want to invite you to join us!
Moms Next is for our mothers with elementary school age children. We meet at the same time and location as our Mops group, but enjoy topics and activities to bond with other moms whose children are in the next stage.
We meet On-campus the 1st & 3rd Tuesday morning monthly at 9am-11:30am in Zone 45. We also have a facebook group you can join: Pantano Mops & Moms Next Closed Group to get connected. We meet September through May.
You are also encouraged to become a MOPS member for $31.95. Please follow this link to see the advantages of being a MOPS member: mops.org Our group code is MXTH.