Ministries
  
 
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Deacon's Ministry


The Deacons lead ministries that nurture fellowship and care-giving
within and beyond the congregation.  They promote fellowship with 
various luncheons following worship services. Their care ministry includes
funeral lunches, special treats for Mother's and Father's Day, cards, visits
with shut-ins, and meals for families.
 
 

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Fitness Fellowship


Our Fitness Fellowship Program is an  opportunity to improve both your physical and spiritual well-being.   Our instructors are not professionals, just exercise enthusiasts:
  • The Exercise rooms (located in the basement) are equipped with a variety of weight-lifting equipment, a rower, 3 treadmills, an elliptical, 2 stationary bikes, and a punching bag.  The rooms are open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings at 9:30 am for anyone to use this equipment.
  • On Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6pm to 7pm a group exercise program is available to anyone who has an interest in improving their overall fitness.  Under the direction of William H. White, Ph.D., Exercise Physiologist and Medical Exercise Specialist, this program has recently been revised to include simple exercises designed  to improve basic strength, range of motion, mobility, flexibility, and balance.  
Let exercise be an offering of thanksgiving!

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Music Ministry


At the current time, our music ministry is comprised of several talented individuals who lend their voices and instrumental skills to enhance our worship service and bring glory to God.
  
  "Come, let us sing for joy to the LORD;
let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. 
Let us come before Him with thanksgiving
and extol Him with music and song." 
Psalm 95: 1 -2 
 

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Prayer Ministry


"The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective." James 5:16
 
Our Prayer Chain is comprised of individuals who lift to the Lord in prayer those with needs. Requests for prayer during the week can be made by contacting Mary Mikeska.