Other Church Activities
6:00 pm Fellowship – 1st Sunday of each month
6:00 pm Bible Study
6:00 pm Singing Company
7:00 pm Women’s Ministry – Home League
7:30 pm Praise Team
4:30 pm Sunbeams, Girl Guards and Adventure Corps (during the school year)
6:00 pm Jr. Soldiers & Corps Cadets (during the school year)
Times vary League of Mercy – Nursing Home Visitations
Bible Study meets every Wednesday evening at 6:00 p.m. The main focus is discipleship and Spiritual Growth. This is also a time where prayer requests are shared, with a time set aside to pray over specific requests. Come, dig deeper into God’s Word in a relaxed interactive setting.
Singing Company is a youth choir which meets every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. This program is designed to help youth ages 7-12 understand music, help them develop their voices, learn to cooperate as a group, develop performance skills and enjoy singing as a together.
Women’s Ministry (Home League)
The Salvation Army’s Home League is a 100 year old, international women’s program, whose aim is to address the needs of women both socially and spiritually. Weekly programs are creative and interactive and include worship programs that promote spiritual growth and development; educational programs that focus on issues of interest to women; fellowship programs that provide times of laughter and fun, and service programs that provide an opportunity to give time and or material assistance to various community programs and worldwide missions. Home League meets on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m.
League Of Mercy (Nursing Home Visitation)
Once a month we visit a nursing facility in our community to spend quality time with those that are unable to come to our activities. Individual visitation with residents and a meeting involving singing and a short devotional are conducted by the group that is called League Of Mercy. If you are interested in this type of ministry, please contact Major Lynneta Poff.
A Junior Soldier is a child (ages 7-12) member of The Salvation Army. Jr. Soldier Meetings are Salvation Army discipleship courses designed for children ages 7 to 10, where children are taught an understanding of Salvationism, Salvation Army doctrine, and Christian growth through eight units of study over four years.