Questions spark conversation and stimulate learning. When we ask, we learn. Jesus asked many questions during his ministry. But most of Jesus’ questions were not asked to learn something he didn’t already know. His questions were usually asked to teach us something we need to know.
Join us in person on Sundays at 8:15am or 10:40am for worship and messages from this series. Or join us online at or after 10:40am every Sunday.
Sunday Night for the Master began in the fall of 2021, and offers a variety of opportunities and options for discipling, intergenerational interaction, fellowship, and Bible study.
Sunday Night for the Master Schedule:
5:00-5:40pm - Quick fellowship meal together in the Quad. Meals are simplified to make serving large numbers more manageable and efficient. People can arrive between 5:00-5:30 to help reduce waiting time.
5:40pm - Everyone meets in the Quad for a devotional with an emphasis on scripture as we reinforce the text and topic from the morning’s sermon.
6:00pm - Bible Hour/childcare available in Bible Hour Room & Nursery
6:00pm - Specific options available for discipling connections: Indoor and outdoor service projects, sermon discussion group, seminars, Shared Experience activities, mentoring, community outreach efforts, Discovery Bible Study, special presentations and workshops, children’s Impact worship, leadership training, evangelism training, Friendspeak, etc.
7:00pm - Conclusion
Explanation of “Flex” Sundays:
To help sustain momentum for this program, to give the cooks and volunteers an occasional break, and to accomplish other important objectives, there will also be several “Flex” Sundays built into the schedule.
On these designated “Flex” Sundays, there is not a meal provided at the building. Instead, we designate them for special events and encourage everyone to participate in things such as Trunk or Treat, congregational singing nights, Share & Prayer groups, LTC service led by students, Somos Uno (combined English/Spanish), community outreach projects, Search singing recording, and/or encourage personal/family spiritual development time.
God often makes and develops disciples in the context of meaningful conversations and connections. Jesus made disciples by doing life with a handful of people. To help facilitate meaningful conversations and connections, we are promoting three important initiatives in support of our God-given mission to make disciples: Discovery Bible Study (DBS), Mentoring & Shared Experiences.
Discovery Bible Study
A simple and proven method of Bible study, prayer and discipleship among 2-4 people. Open God’s word with other Christians or seekers, discuss eight simple, yet meaningful, questions, and pray for each other.
Pick up one of the DBS bookmarks in the lobby or here (pdf) and start today!
For more information on DBS, contact Randy
One-on-one monthly meetings with a mentor and mentee designed to build intergenerational relationships and to strengthen disciples. Mentoring follows Jesus’ model for disciple-making, enables both participants to be encouraged and grow in their faith, and provides a platform for meaningful conversations to occur.
Shared Experience Groups
People with similar interest coming together periodically to build stronger connections and disciple each other while doing a specific activity together. For general information about Shared Experience Groups, contact Josh, Abby, Shawn or John.