Connect with a Ministry
No matter your stage or season of life, we want you and your family to join us! Your family is always welcome here at Epic.
The heart of children's ministry at our church is to teach kids about who God is and how His word applies to their lives in creative and memorable ways. Through engaging teaching and supportive environments, we guide kids towards a better understanding of what it means to have a real relationship with God. Our volunteers will provide a fan safe environment that is "kid tested and mother approved!" Whether you check in your nursery to 5th graders to our kids church on Sunday morning, or you bring them to AWANA on Wednesday nights, you'll know your kids are learning exactly who Jesus is and how much they're loved! For more info contact Deb Snodgrass HERE.
Being a teenager is not for wimps! There's all kinds of pressure from family, friends, coaches, and teachers. As challenging as it is, these years are the perfect ones for establishing faith! If you have 6th-12th graders, Sunday nights from 6:30-8:30 are the perfect time for them to build meaningful relationships, get mentored, have fun, worship and discover Jesus for themselves.
Check out our 270 Facebook Page for updates and communication!
Contact Jonathan Kaehler to get plugged in HERE!
Don't worry, all the good stuff at our church isn't just for those under 18! We have plenty of engaging events and gatherings designed to build the faith and community of our college age crowd.
Our college group meets regularly for dinner and to discuss what it looks like to follow Jesus as they begin to forge their own paths.
Contact Ariel for more information.
Sunday worship is not always the best way to get to know people. There is a lot going on, and too many people to say hi to. Our connection groups meet weekly in homes and are a great place for you to meet other people who worship with you every week and develop life changing friendships that point you towards Christ.
Our Discipleship Groups are a great way to go much deeper in your relationship with Jesus with a small group of people. You'll walk through the gospel of Mark for 16 weeks and learn not only how to be a disciple, but a disciple-maker.