Our Wednesday evening PHOENIX Dinner and Family Programming is not currently meeting due to the COVID-19 outbreak. we look forward to resuming when it is safe to do so.
We are now offering an outdoor worship service on the lawn on Sundays at 8:15am. For the health of all worshipers, we ask that you follow important safety protocols: bring your own chair, wear a mask, practice social distancing, offer no-contact greetings (hand over your heart), and please stay home if you are feeling ill or are vulnerable to contracting the virus. More information is here.
We have resumed limited capacity indoor worship. Contemporary worship is at 9:30am Sunday in the Fellowship Center. Traditional worship is at 11am Sunday in the Sanctuary. Reservations are required. for everyone’s health and well being, masks must be worn and we will practice social distancing. Make your reservation for worship here.
We continue to offer services online via Livestream on our Worship Now page. Both live and archived services are available. Our Contemporary Service will be streamed live at 9:30am Sundays. Our Traditional Service will be streamed live at 11:00am Sundays.
Wednesday PHOENIX: People Having Outrageous Experiences of Newness In Christ (X) takes place during the school year weekly. Dinner service begins at 5pm in the Fellowship Center, followed by activities and classes. Most classes and activities take place from 6:30-7:30pm (unless otherwise noted). Dinner tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under, with a family maximum cost of $20. Most classes and groups begin after dinner concludes. Our bookstore is also open until 7pm each Wednesday we have dinner.
To receive a text containing the dinner menu each week, just follow these steps:
1) Text @PhoenixDin to 81010. You must include the “@” symbol.
2) Reply to the message from Remind (our texting service) with your first and last name to be added to the distribution list.
Short-Term Studies and Classes for Adults
Short-term studies and classes usually meet weekly for six to twelve weeks. Topics might complement our current sermon series or significant events on the church calendar, such as Lent or Advent. Recent offerings include Financial Peace University, A Disciple's Path, how to pass on faith traditions within families and a series of informative seminars for senior citizens and their caregivers. Contact Warren Pattison (firstname.lastname@example.org or 863-682-1912) for more information.
Ongoing Small Groups for Adults
Trinity Fellowship (C-202)
Men's Community Group (C-205)
Activities for Children and Youth
Six weeks through PK2 (and PK3 children who are not fully toilet trained): Childcare is available for children six weeks through PK2 (and PK3 children who are not fully toilet trained) for families participating in events on campus by advance reservation. If your class or group begins at 6:30pm, check in opens at 6:20pm. Check in at the desk on the first floor of the C building (click here for a campus map).
PK3 (fully toilet trained) through fifth grade: Programming is available weekly for children PK3 through fifth grade from 6:30-7:30pm (check in opens at 6:20pm). If you are participating in events on campus that begin earlier than 6:30pm, you may wish to utilize childcare available by advance registration from 6-6:30pm. If your class or group begins at 6:30pm, check in opens at 6:20pm. Again, you must register in advance to drop your child off prior to 6:20pm. Check in at the desk on the first floor of the C building (click here for a campus map).
Sixth through twelfth grade: Wednesday ReCharge takes place from 6-7:30pm in the F Building, Gym and Game Room (click here for a campus map). Youth are invited to play, study, chat or just sit a while. During an often hectic week, this is time to unwind and relax while experiencing the goodness and love of God.