Missions
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The gospel offers disciples an opportunity to be partners with God in the work that He is doing to bring all things into conformity with His will. In a single word, this partnership is what we call "missions."

We offer a variety of missions opportunities, from one-day events to on-going groups.

Youth in grades 6 and above gather on Wednesday evenings at 6:30pm in Room 5 of our education building for Youth on Missions, an opportunity to learn about missions, and to participate in mission action projects.

The group is led by Sandra Holcombe and Kelly Gregory.

 

Girls in grades 1-5 get a healthy dose of missions education and experience by participating in Girls in Action.

The group meets on Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m. (fall, winter, and spring). Girls learn about missionaries at home and abroad, and participate in several local mission projects each year.

Our GA program is directed by Connie Harrelson, assisted by Ramona Humphries, Annette Hartman, Becky Daughtrey, and Dwan Craft.

Royal Ambassadors is a missions education program for boys in grades 1-5. RA's learn what missionaries do, participate in mission action projects, and seek to live a missions lifestyle at home and school.

The group meets on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m., in the fellowship hall, under the leadership of Ed Stewart, Steve Shawgo, and Kim Daughtrey.

 

Our puppet team adds to our worship services on an occasional basis, and performs at other church events and missions settings, including the Easter Egg Hunt, Vacation Bible School, and the church Christmas program.

Our puppet team is comprised of youth in grades 6 and above. Currently, the puppet team rehearses at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday nights, in the sanctuary. The puppet group is led by Meta Lowe and Barbara Wilkins. 

From time to time, life gets hectic. A new baby is born. A parent is house-bound, recovering from surgery. A husband is out to sea and the washer breaks down. An out-of-town family member is terminally ill.

When those times happen, and they happen to all of us, a meal from a caring church member can make a world of difference.

To facilitate this kind of personal ministry, we've subscribed to an online service: Meal Train. It's a way to identify needs among our church family, and to coordinate the response to those needs.