Intergenerational ministries

God's love flows out of us and into our relationships with each other as we serve together, support each other, pray together, and listen to each other's stories. The love of God bridges us together across generations into one body of Christ. 

  • Households (small groups)

    These small, intergenerational groups meet once a month to share a meal and to pray for each other. They also gather for social events like picnics or movies. While it may not be possible to know everyone in church, our Household groups are safe places to deepen relationships with each other. 

  • Supper and Stories

    Once a month, we gather at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday to enjoy a light meal and hear personal stories that have a common theme. Hearing each other share about the experiences that have shaped life has become another way in which we deepen relationships with each other. 


  • Prayer team

    People serve one another by lifting each other up in prayer. Every Sunday, right after the worship service, a small team of people gathers to listen and pray for members who come with their prayer requests. People can also receive prayer by filling out a card located in the pews.