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Nov
16
1:00 PM13:00

STC - Transitions Block Party

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We will host a block party open to our family of churches on Saturday, November 16 at Transitions Homeless Center. This event is open to anyone 18+, Midtown member or not. The block party is our big event for the fall semester and its the start of homeless awareness week. We will set up yard games on the lawn and have other carnival style games to play for prizes. The event will last approximately 3 hours. We are hosting this event just to bring fun to the residents of Transitions. This is a great opportunity to get to know some of the residents and have fun with them in a casual environment.

Please sign up if you plan to attend. Please bring a dessert to share.

For more information, contact Charleigh Elebash

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Nov
18
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Nov
24
10:00 AM10:00

City-Wide Celebration Sunday

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On November 24, our Family of Churches will join together for a city-wide Celebration Sunday. In the morning we’ll host a Baptism Gathering at 10:00am, with a family-friendly party outside afterward. We’ll have delicious food and plenty of fun activities so be sure to stick around. Later on we’ll come back together for a Worship Night at 5:00pm. We're excited to see how God has worked in the lives of our family of churches.

During both the morning and evening Gatherings childcare will be available for children between the ages of 6 weeks and 3 years.

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Dec
2
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Dec
4
6:00 PM18:00

STC l Transitions Christmas Party l 2019

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We will host a Christmas party open to our family of churches on Wednesday, December 4 from 6pm - 8:30pm at Transitions Homeless Center. This event is open to anyone 18+, Midtown member or not. At our Christmas party we will decorate Christmas cookies and have other Christmas activities or crafts. The event will last approximately 2 and a half hours. We are hosting this event to bring fun to the residents of Transitions. This is a great opportunity to get to know some of the residents, have fun with them, and craft alongside of them to remember that we are no different than the men and women in homeless situations in our city. Please bring a snack or dessert to share.

Families! Although this is not a family friendly event we would love for you to drop off a holiday snack or dessert for the Christmas party Dec 1st during the 9AM or 11:15AM gatherings. We will have a table set up to drop off snacks or desserts, this is a great way our families at Midtown and care for our friends at Transitions. Please sign up below.

Transitions Homeless Center is located at 2025 Main St. Columbia, SC 29201

For more information, contact Charleigh Elebash

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Dec
9
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Nov
11
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Nov
4
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Nov
3
1:00 PM13:00

STC | Ezekiel Farms Fall Festival | 2019

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We will host a Fall Festival at Ezekiel Farms for the surrounding neighborhoods and our Two Notch families on November 3rd from 1:00-4:00 pm. The Fall Festival will allow our Two Notch families to partner with Ezekiel Ministries and build connections with the surrounding community through serving food and running fun Fall activities, like corn hole, painting pumpkins, ring toss, face painting, and a popcorn stand. The goal is to have our Two Notch families interacting and building relationships while members of our Downtown location volunteer to run the games and food.

Please note: November 10th as a backup date in case we encounter any issues with the weather.

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Oct
28
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Oct
26
8:30 AM08:30

STC | DSS | Childcare for Foster Family Training

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We are partnering with DSS to provide childcare for a Foster Family Training event for the Lexington and Richland communities on Oct 26th. The event will be held at 1800 Blanding Street and aims to make training more convenient for foster families as they typically travel long distances to get the training they need.

We will be expecting around 100 adults to attend the training and will need childcare volunteers to watch their kids during that time. Please sign up soon so we can take the necessary steps to ensure the safety for all children in our care.

Breakfast will be provided for all volunteers.

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Oct
22
6:00 PM18:00

STC - Pumpkin Carving at Transitions

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We will host a pumpkin carving event open to our family of churches on Tuesday, October 22 at Transitions Homeless Center. This event is open to anyone 18+, Midtown member or not. For the pumpkin carving, we will bring in pumpkins, tools and designs so that the residents can make jack-o'-lanterns. The event will last approximately two and a half hours. We are hosting this event to empower the residents of Transitions and have festive fun together, remembering that we are no different than the men and women in homeless situations in our city.

Please bring a snack to share. Also, if you are able, please bring a pumpkin to share with the transitions residents.

For more information, contact Charleigh Elebash

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Oct
21
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Oct
18
3:00 PM15:00

STC - American Red Cross Blood Drive

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We will be having a blood drive here at Midtown Downtown for anyone and everyone who would like to donate blood. This is a great way we can serve our local partnership with Prisma Health Children's Hospital and love our community. One pint can save three lives so please come on October 18th between 3:00pm - 8:00pm, Red Cross will be set up in our lobby ready and willing to help you donate.

When signing up to give please enter sponsor code: Midtown

Also to streamline your donation experience and save up to 15 minutes, click here and complete your pre-donation reading and health history questions on the day of your appointment.

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Oct
14
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Oct
13
2:00 PM14:00

STC - Children's Hospital - Camp Cole Work Day

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We will be having a Camp Cole Work Day on October 13th, 2019 from 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM. We will be clearing a nature trail at Camp Cole to help them get ready for camp! This is a family friendly event so everyone is welcome to come and serve! Camp Cole is located at 10151 Garner’s Ferry Road, Columbia SC.

For any questions or more information contact Courtney Tipping

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Oct
12
8:00 AM08:00

STC | Home Works | October Building Blitz

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Sign up to serve at our Home Works Building Blitz on Saturday October 12th. This building blitz allows us to serve homeowners in need within our city. Home addresses will be communicated the week before the build date. You may bring your own tools if you choose but Homeworks supplies everything you need for the job. This will be a full work day for all who sign up 8AM - 4PM.


This event is not young kid friendly, but if you have middle school and high-school children, they can participate with you. Lunch and water will be provided!

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Oct
7
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Oct
1
6:00 PM18:00

NOMORE Orphans Experience

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We are so excited to host the NOMORE Orphans Experience in tandem with our Serve the City partnership with DSS!

The NOMORE Orphans Experience brings awareness and education to connect you to the need to care for orphaned and at-risk children in our community. Join us at 1800 Blanding Street on October 1st at 6pm for this free event to find out how you can take steps to responding to God’s calling for us to care for children in need in our city.

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Sep
30
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Sep
28
8:30 AM08:30

STC | DSS | Childcare for Foster Family Training

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We are partnering with DSS to provide childcare for a Foster Family Training event for the Lexington and Richland communities on Sept 28. The event will be held at 1800 Blanding Street and aims to make training more convenient for foster families as they typically travel long distances to get the training they need.

We will be expecting around 100 adults to attend the training and will need childcare volunteers to watch their kids during that time. Please sign up soon so we can take the necessary steps to ensure the safety for all children in our care.

Breakfast will be provided for all volunteers.

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Sep
23
6:00 PM18:00

STC - Craft Night at Transitions

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We will host a craft night open to our family of churches on Monday, September 23rd at Transitions Homeless Center. This event is open to anyone 18+, Midtown member or not. For craft night we will be creating fun designs on coffee mugs by dipping the mugs into a nail polish bath. The event will last approximately two and a half hours. We are hosting this event to empower the residents of Transitions to create something beautiful. And we will craft alongside of them to have fun together and remember that we are no different than the men and women in homeless situations in our city. Please bring a snack to share. If you have nail polish you aren't using anymore, please bring that too!

For more information, contact Charleigh Elebash

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May
21
6:30 PM18:30

STC | Transitions | Talent Show

We’re hosting a Talent Show for the residents at Transitions on May 21st.

We are looking for a few people from Midtown who are willing to perform in case we need to get the ball rolling on the talent show. Typically Transitions residents aren't shy, but we want to be prepared just in case. We also need people who are willing to cheer for the residents who perform!

Please bring snacks/desserts/drinks to share. This will be a fun opportunity to build relationships the residents and staff. We hope you can join us!

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May
4
to May 5

Milestones Weekend

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Bad news: Parenting is hard.

We rarely feel ready for the non-stop demands, obstacles and challenges that children bring. And as soon as we begin to feel like we’ve figured it out, the target changes and we often feel lost again.

Good news: We’re here to help.

Milestones is our family discipleship program to help you and your children be prepared for the natural stages of childhood development. It’s built on noticing and celebrating the significant points of transition that children go through on their journey to adulthood.

We will host our Milestones Weekend for our Family of Churches on May 4th-5th. Milestones Weekend is a weekend devoted to training and encouraging all of our parents, grandparents, and anyone interested in helping raise disciples in the next generation. It will consist of a conference on Saturday from 8:30-2pm and additional free family coaching during the 9am and 11:15am gatherings at our Downtown church.

Pre-registration for the Milestones Conference 2019 is closed. However, you can still register for the event at 8:30am on Saturday!

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Apr
27
8:30 AM08:30

STC | DSS | Childcare for Foster Family Training

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We are partnering with DSS to provide childcare for a Foster Family Training event for the Lexington and Richland communities on April 27. The event will be held at 1800 Blanding Street and aims to make trainings more convenient for foster families as they typically travel long distances to get the training they need.

We will be expecting around 100 adults to attend the training and will need childcare volunteers to watch their kids during that time. Please sign up soon so we can take the necessary steps to ensure the safety for all children in our care.

Breakfast will be provided for all volunteers.

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Apr
19
7:00 PM19:00

Good Friday

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On April 19 at 7:00pm, we will kick off Easter Weekend by hosting a Good Friday Service for all three of our churches at our Downtown location. This service will be a night of reverent meditation on what Jesus accomplished for us in the hours He was hanging on the cross. Our Good Friday service will include singing to Jesus and reflecting on both our sin and His sacrifice. 

Kidtown will be available during the service.  

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Apr
18
6:00 PM18:00

STC | Transitions | Storytelling and Worship Night

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We will be throwing a Storytelling and Worship Night for the residents at Transitions on April 18th. The Storytelling and Worship Night is an opportunity for us to spend quality time with the residents at Transitions while enjoying the stories and songs from members of our church family. We want people within our church family to come tell engaging stories where they have seen God work in their life, or lead the group in songs of worship and thankfulness. Think coffee shop vibes but all centered around Jesus.

This is a great chance for us to continue to build relationships with the residents and staff at Transitions while helping foster conversations about Jesus. This is also a great opportunity to invite residents to our Easter Gathering.

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Apr
8
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Apr
6
8:00 AM08:00

STC - Home Works Housing Blitz

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On April 6, we’ll partner with Home Works for a Housing Blitz. Home Works For America exists to serve the poor, widowed and elderly in our community with home repairs that they are unable to accomplish on their own. If you have served with Home Works in the past or would love to join us with a paint brush or hammer please sign up today.

For more information about this organization, go to https://homeworksofamerica.org/

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Apr
6
7:00 AM07:00

STC - Curing Kids Cancer Fire Truck Pull

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An organization called Curing Kids Cancer is hosting their annual Fire Truck Pull as a fundraiser for childhood cancer research. During this event, teams will be competing to pull a fire truck in the fastest time. This organization was started by the family of one of our Midtown members and they’re asking for volunteers to help make sure this event happens.

To find out more information about this organization, go to https://curingkidscancer.org/

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Apr
1
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Mar
25
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Mar
18
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Mar
11
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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Mar
4
6:00 PM18:00

Recovery

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Recovery is a group that meets in a 10-week cycle to help people achieve freedom and healing from issues that seem unbeatable in their lives. It is for anyone facing a battle in their life—personal sin struggles, dealing with emotional scars, or any other issue. It's a safe, family environment where you can come and deal honestly and openly with your struggles, and let Jesus begin to heal and free you in the midst of biblical family.

We gather for a short time of worship and teaching, then we break up into gender-specific small groups for discussion, encouragement, and prayer. For more information, visit our Recovery page.

We meet Monday evenings at 6:00pm in our Student Groups Building at 1819 Taylor Street. The Recovery curriculum will be provided for you. Childcare can be provided if needed. If you’re attending and need childcare, contact Ryan Rike.

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