Ministries at Christ’s Church
Find the right place to get involved, get connected, serve, and grow!
None of us can do life alone. We need each other. Getting connected to a Community Group that meets in a home or at the church building is a great way to get connected with other adults. Wanna find out more? Visit this page for more info, or contact Carol Comer at email@example.com
One of the very best ways to connect with other people in the church is by serving together. Help serve coffee, greet people with a smile, rock babies in the nursery, hang out with middle school teens, help with mowing or landscaping the church property. For opportunities like these for serving alongside others, check out your many options here.
“As irons sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another,” Proverbs 27:17, NIV.
At Christ’s Church we believe that men are called by God to step up and lead. And, the best way for men to grow is by being sharpened by one another. There are lots of ways that happens around here.
“What happens in Man Church stays in Man Church.” This large group experience is designed specifically for men, ages 18 and up. It is held twice a year on Wednesday evenings in the basement for six consecutive sessions (from 6:30-8:00 pm). Come join us as we eat, dig into some manly topics, and sharpen each other in our home and work lives. For more info about upcoming sessions of Man Church, please contact Adam Brucker at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Walking Wounded
Know anybody who is facing PTSD and other forms of stress and trauma? This group meets monthly on Saturday mornings and is a great source for support and healing. For more info, please contact Dick Garrison at 513-532-5525 or PJ Hughes at 937-829-8316.
Deeper Life University
Looking for a deeper Bible study for men? This experience consists of a two-year intense and life-changing Bible study, and it requires outside reading and Bible memorization. Think you’re man enough? Contact Pat Smith at 513-237-3897.
The Women’s Ministry at Christ’s Church is a thriving ministry where women of all ages and stages of life help each other along on the journey of life. There are many ways that you can get connected!
Our goal is to get into the Word of God on a consistent basis. Various studies are offered throughout the year. We meet on Wednesday mornings from 9:30-11:30 am and evenings from 6:30-8:15 pm, with occasional online options as well. Check here [link] for our latest offerings.
Do you know a mom of young children who wants to connect with other moms for encouragement and support in raising the little humans in her life? Christ’s Church moms’ group meets Wednesday mornings throughout the school year. Some of the activities include Bible studies, crafts, and listening to relevant guest speakers. Don’t be isolated in your role as mom; join this group and get some hands-on help that will bless your family! Click here for info on our next session. [link]
Are you a young woman in your 20s (or just out of high school) looking to meet others in the same phase of life, build a good support system, and grow spiritually? Don’t go it alone—check out this group. Contact: email@example.com for dates and times.
Special Women’s Events
Special events such as women’s conferences, service nights, and other unique opportunities for women are offered several times throughout the year. Check the church calendar for specific details here. [link]
Body and Soul
At Christ’s Church we believe in taking care of our whole selves so we offer free, drop-in exercise classes for women throughout the week. From cardio drumming to praise music to stretching and reflecting on Scripture, there’s something for everyone. And, this is a great way to introduce a friend to other women at Christ’s Church. See the events page here [link] for dates and times.
For additional info concerning any of Christ’s Church women’s ministries, please contact Shawna Goldstein at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you age 60 or above, and do you love getting together with others for fun and service opportunities? Check out what we have going on.
Special events with Christ’s Church senior adult ministry include: One Day Adventures, quarterly visits to La Comedia Dinner Theater, and a yearly Motor Coach Trip. And, every month in our gym we host themed banquets featuring delicious food and terrific local, state, and national entertainment.
We are servants at heart, serving in local ministries such as assisting local hospitals, Matthew 25 (disaster relief ministry), Ronald McDonald House, and Our Daily Bread. Seasonally, our projects include Dresses for Haiti, Operation Christmas Child, and Stockings for Soldiers. Click here [link] for specific opportunities.
To get the full scoop on what’s happening this month, contact Dave Lautzenheiser or Sarah Ferris at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
We believe it is important to spend intentional time in worship with our Father. Worship for individuals can be different; It can be through prayer, singing, or reading scripture. Leading worship at CC means to lead people to see God’s presence and remove ourselves from being the center of attention, so people can see God, experiencing the presence of the Holy Spirit moving in their own lives. Worship experiences should not be based on a moment, but a movement, that flows from the church building to our community. My hope is that by worshiping God in spirit and truth (John 4:24), the Christ’s Church family will move into a lifestyle of worship 24/7, 7 days week, and allow their lives to be a living testimony of what God has done in their lives through their personal experience with God.
Christ’s Church offers a special place designed specifically for individuals with special needs ranging in age from birth to adult. On Sunday mornings, we offer “Access” classes during both our 9:00 am and 10:30 am services, and we also provide a “buddy” system to help accommodate the desire for greater inclusion.
Christ’s Church hosts three Respite events throughout the year for families who have children and teens with special needs. These events gift parents with a free night out while their children are being cared for in a loving, safe, and fun environment.
Night to Shine
Every February we partner with the Tim Tebow Foundation to bring “Night to Shine” to Christ’s Church. This is a wonderful prom-like event centered around God’s love for individuals with special needs, providing an evening filled with laughter, smiles, great food and music, games, and some amazing dance moves.
To learn more about our special needs ministry or to volunteer to help in this ministry, please contact Amy Hughes at email@example.com