The Family Ministry Committee focuses its work in three areas: 

Ministry to Families within Our Congregation
      We offer special events for families each quarter, including things like …
Passover Seder Dinner:
           Held on Wednesday night of Holy Week 
           A full meal, cost is the same as regular Church Family Dinners
           Features traditional foods eaten at a Jewish Seder 
           Readings with a Christian emphasis
Fall Festival (Trunk or Treat, games, music, food)‚Äč
Ministry to Our Church Family
     Our church family life centers around Wednesday evenings, which include …
Church Family Dinners:
          A delicious, nutritious, complete meal with dessert 
          Wednesday nights in the Spirit Center from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. September through May 
         The cost is $7.00/ea. for adults, $5.00 for children 10 and under, with a maximum of $30 for families. 
          Reservations: You can sign up in the Sunday bulletin, on the web site ("Forms/Signups" link), or the week 
                                   before at the check-in table.
           Summer Potlucks: During June, July and August, we have potluck dinners in the Spirit Center.   Each person/family is to                                               bring a dish to share. A short light- hearted program usually follows the meal.
 • Programs and Classes for All Ages
          From 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. we offer ...
                   a wide variety of adult studies
                   a nursery for children ages 3 and under
                   Kid’s POP ("Pumping Out Praise") for children 4K through 5th grade
                   Confirmation for 6th grade and up 
                   various student small groups and studies

Ministry to Families in Our Community
        Family Ministry supports "Safe Families," an initiative that provides support for families and children in our community. Safe Families is a network of Partner Families (volunteers) who open their homes to children whose families are experiencing an acute need of assistance in caring for their children. For more information contact Dick Herd.

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