Connection Point Church meets as a large group on Sundays and many small groups throughout the week. Think of small groups as a “micro-church.” Our model for ministry is actually the very first church in the Bible. In Acts 5:42 it says, “The first church met day after day in the temple courts and from house to house.” On Sunday, people come together and experience God’s powerful presence, hear biblical preaching, and serve others within the life of the church. But it’s during the week, that people will find themselves in the kinds of disciple-making environments and relationships that help them to stick to the church and to keep on growing spiritually. We encourage you to get involved in at least one of four avenues for small group discipleship.
Find out more about the types of Connection Groups available and find one that's right for you!
The next Connection Point men's breakfast is held every couple of months. We have a time of worship, a prayer time, a special guest speaker, LOTS of good food, and a little fun. Feel free to invite friends from other churches and especially friends with no church connections at all. There is no charge for this event; donations will be accepted for supplies and expenses. Watch the events page for details about the next men's breakfast.
Contact: Clay Withers
It’s important to dig into the Word and fellowship and learn with other ladies, which is why we start a new Bible study session every fall and spring. We have a Wednesday morning session from 9:30-11:30am each semester. Childcare is always available by reservation during our studies. Check the events page for upcoming studies.
Contact: Dorothy Myers
CROPPING WITH JOY
Scrapbookers, card makers, and paper artists, join us for a FREE all day (9:00am-8:00pm) ladies event - Cropping with JOY. Bring your own tools, supplies, paper and projects. You can share ideas and show off your creative layouts in a fun atmosphere with Christian music to crop by. Feel free to bring your own lunch, but remember all drinks must have lids. This event is open to the public, so invite your friends! No small children! Childcare is not available for these events.
Contact: Carla Williams
LLL is a special program for adults 55 and older. Every meeting includes singing, a devotion, a special guest speaker or musician, games, lunch, and more. LLL meets the third Tuesday of every month beginning at 9:30am in the Atrium.
Contact: Clay Withers
SENIOR ADULT CHOIR
Our Senior Adult Choral group meets each Tuesday from 10:30-11:30am in A108. This group ministers in nursing homes, as well as at Connection Point. There are also other musical groups for senior adults, including the harmonica band.
Contact: Nathalie Kuhns
PRECEPT BIBLE STUDY
Learn how to study God's Word. Learn how to understand its meaning. Learn how to apply it to your life. Precept classes use an inductive method for seeking out answers and studying scripture. Classes meet on Thursday evenings at 6:30pm during the school year. Additional classes may also be offered during the summer months. You can also learn more about Precept Ministries International by visiting www.precept.org.
Contact: Gary Treat
FOUNDATIONS OF JUDEO CHRISTIANITY
Do you have a desire to get into the scripture and see it from a much deeper level? That’s the goal of Foundations of Judeo Christianity. After attending one session of this class you will know more about Jesus on the cross than you thought possible. In Foundations of Judeo Christianity, teacher Duane Fields takes you through the Old Testament verse by verse to break down the meanings and investigate how every detail of the Old Testament was fulfilled in the New Testament. Foundations of Judeo Christianity meets on Sundays from 4:30-6:00pm in B302-304 and Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00pm in A108.
JEWISH ROOTS MINISTRY
Our perspective is to research and teach the scriptures from a middle-eastern first-century viewpoint. We examine the traditions and historical customs that help define the context that surrounds the revelation of Yeshua (Jesus), the Son of God, the King of Israel. Our goal is to bring Hebraic logic and thought into focus to better grasp what God has done.
Our ministry provides:
- Friday night Torah Studies
- Observance of the Biblical Feasts
- Monthly Shabbat Services
- Weekly prayer for Israel
- Instruction in Hebrew dance worship
- Jewish Roots Bible studies
Contact: James & Gayanne Briggs – 358-6654