con·nect·ed (/kəˈnɛk tɪd)adjective
being united, joined or linked, having a connection, joined together
Why get connected? Have you ever been in a large group of people but still felt alone? Church can be that way sometimes. So how do you develop friendships and get involved in a church this size? Here's five great ways:
1. Attend a Beginning Class.
Beginning Classes help you to begin your spiritual journey with us. You will learn more about our church, the Christian faith and what it means to be a Methodist. Our Beginning classes include:
- Starting Point- a two hour class that introduces you to our vision, mission, core values and staff.
- What is a Methodist?- a 2 hour class that explores what it means to be a Methodist.
- Bible-Fly-By- a two hour class that gives you a quick introduction into how to read and understand the Bible
2. Join a group.
Whether it's a small group or Sunday School class where you connect through a book or Bible study, or a turning point group where you discover safe community and healing, groups are the places to develop true relationships.
3. Come to Midweek Wednesday Nights.
Our Wednesday night dinners and bible studies are an excellent way to meet new friends over a good meal, and to study, grow, and serve in a small group setting.
4. Plug into a volunteer team.
Be a part of something bigger than yourself. Use your gifts and experiences to serve others and develop friendships along the way.
To volunteer contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Irina Terrell.
5. Attend an event.
There's always something going on around here. Special events, classes, service groups and more. Try one out!
For more info contact Wanda MacDonald, Director of Outreach