Come to BelPres on Wednesday nights for six weeks of learning and growing as a family. Apr 24 to May 29, we will have Family Dinner followed by programming for kids and teens, as well introducing a new class for adults, called “The Art of Neighboring”. People of all ages will have a chance to dig deeper into what it means to really love our neighbor as ourself, and how to bring Jesus to where you live, work, play, and learn. We hope to see you there!
Community Center | 6-6:30pm
Elementary School Program
Wednesdays | 6:30pm-8:30pm | Community Center
For children kindergarten- grade 5.
Middle School Youth Group
Wednesdays | 7pm-8:30pm | UC- 105
For students grades 6-8
High School Youth Group
Wednesdays | 7-8:30pm | UC-303
For students grades 9-12
Have you ever wondered what it really means to love your neighbor? For six weeks high school students will dive deep into what it means to be God’s healing where they live and play. Throughout the series, students will be invited to see how God is working in the story of our world and how he wants to use their stories as well. Starts April 24 in UC-303 at 7pm.
The Art of Neighboring
Wednesdays | 6:30-8pm | UC-425
We want to update you on some important changes we’ve made to our upcoming Spring classes on Wednesdays. From April 24-May 29, following our community dinner, you are all invited to join ‘The Art of Neighboring’ study in UC 425 from 6:30-8pm. Jesus invites us to engage our neighbors in meaningful relationship and we want to give you practical tools on just how to do that. How many of the problems that we see in our communities could be solved by putting his greatest commandment – to love God and love our neighbors as ourselves – into practice? Join us for an interactive time focused on how to build genuine relationships right outside our doors! The class is free ($7 suggested donation for book) but it will help with planning if you’d register here: Register Here
With this change, we are postponing “5 Dates”. We are also canceling the book discussion of “Present Over Perfect” for the Spring. We hope to see you in UC 425 on April 24th!”