In addition to our LifeGroups, we offer a variety of groups that are a bit more focused in their demographic or emphasis. All of them exist to promote our spiritual growth as a church family.


Topical Studies (Senior Adults)

led by Trevor Waybright and Al Hulbert

Fellowship Hall

Jesus & Life (Adults & Families)

led by Mark Sue

Upstairs Room 20

Teen Sunday School

led by Jason Frye

Balcony Classroom

Kidzclub (2yrs-5th Grade)

led by Jim and Malia Mills

Downstairs in East wing


Our ministry involves social functions and opportunities for spiritual growth. We have potlucks and game nights during the year. Our annual events include a trip to Malheur bird refuge in May, a trip to Leavenworith, WA in August, and a trip to SeaKrest lodge in Newport, OR. Each Sunday, we have a Sunday School class and enjoy a no-host luncheon after church services.

For more information, contact Gene McSpadden (email)


Men's Study Groups

Wednesdays, 6:00am

Contact: John Asmussen (email)

Wednesdays, 7:30am

Contact: Steve Hendley (email)

Thursdays, 6:15am

Contact: Ken Mays (email)

Women's Study Groups

Thursdays, 9:30am - 11:30am

Contact: Annette VanDeZande (email)


We offer quarterly women's events that span a variety of activities and locations. Our hope is to help our women connect with each other and build strong, Christ-centered relationships that affect those around them. If you're interested in attending or helping with an event, please contact Joy Waybright (email)


Join us on the second Saturday of every month at 7:30am in the church Fellowship Hall for breakfast, fellowship, and a variety of guest speakers. Our Men's Breakfasts are a great chance to meet and build relationships with your brothers in Christ.

For more information, contact Austin Evans (email)


Supper Clubs are small groups of about seven to eight adults (married or single) who meet together once a month (for four months) for a meal and fellowship. Their purpose is simply to get to know one another. We have quarterly sign ups at the Welcome Center and in the bulletin.

For more information, contact Joy Waybright (email)