Sundays & Wednesdays

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Sunday mornings

In addition to weekly worship services at 9:30 and 11a, we have regular programming by age group on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights. 

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Adult Connect Groups

Classes at 8am

Early Son Risers
Co-ed (50-75)
207 E

Art Avent
Co-ed (55-70)

Classes at 9:30am

Nathan and Grace Clark
College/Career (18-24)
Building J-2

Young Couples (25-35)

Chris Derry
Co-ed (25-40)

Jamie Rutherford
Co-ed (30-50)
Music Suite

Brett McCreight
Co-ed (35-49)
207 H 

Co-ed (35-60)
207 C

Dave Neudeck
Co-ed (40-60)
207 E

Co-ed (60-75)
207 B-D

Carl Turner
Co-ed (55+)
207 F

Irene Reynolds
Women (60+)
207 A

Classes at 11am

Mary Garber
Women (25-60)
207 A

Jerry Keith
Co-ed (55-65)
Building C

Coltrane, Eaton, Fletcher
Co-ed (70+)
207 E


6th-12th grade students meet in the Refuge Student Building at 9:30a and then break into their classes. All student classes are in the Refuge with the exception of 9-10th Guys (Room 121) and 11-12th Guys (Room 116).

Preschool & Children

Visit the Children’s Ministry page to see complete information regarding infant through 5th grade Sunday morning ministry.



Our full Wednesday night programs with restart in August. Join us this Summer for Pastor’s Bible Study, beginning July 20 at 6:30p. Activities will be available for children and preschool and students will join the adults for this study.

All classes and activities end on May 18, 2022 unless otherwise noted. Wednesday night meals and children’s choirs are not meeting at this time. 

1 Corinthians – Music Suite
Ends April 27. True Wisdom, Church Divisions, Immorality, Marriage, Freedom, Worship, Unity, Love, Spiritual Gifts – These topics and many more are pertinent to the church today and are addressed in 1 Corinthians. Join us for an in depth study and discussion of Paul’s timely letter to the church, then and now. 

Prayer Group – Building I-1
6:15-7:30pm. God called His house a “House of Prayer” in both the Old and New Testaments. We pray for revival, our country, the persecuted church, our local church, as well as a variety of personal needs. “The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.” James 5:16

Adult Choir & Praise Band – Worship Center
Choir 7:30-9p, Band 6:30-7:30p. We are constantly on the lookout for folks who have a heart to worship the Lord and a musical gift to offer Him. There is no audition requirement for the choir or band and no prior experience necessary to be part of the choir; however a few years of instrumental experience is a real plus for anyone desiring to play in the band. Open to high school and up!

Students – Refuge
Midweek Worship (Doors open 6pm, Worship 6:30-7:30pm, Social time until 8pm) Midweek Worship is our weekly time when we gather together to worship Christ through praising him in song and being challenged by His Word. It is an inviting atmosphere for students to be encouraged by building Christ-centered relationships and to know they belong in the family of God. Open to 6-12th grade.

AWANAFellowship Hall
Register here
6:30–8pm. Awana Clubs provide an active program for boys and girls on Wednesday nights during the school year. The evening is divided into 3 periods: Game Time, Large Group Time, and Handbook Time. The children enjoy a great evening of Bible learning, Scripture memory, and recreation. Children earn awards and wear them on their Awana shirts or vests.

Nursery – Downstairs Preschool Hallway
Babies under 2 years old can be checked into the nursery where they will be cared for by our trained volunteers. All of our volunteers have an up-to-date background check. 

Friends (Adult Special Needs)
Friends ministry is not meeting at this time. If you are interested in serving in this ministry area, please contact the church office. We are looking for enough volunteers to relaunch this Wednesday night ministry. 


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Phone: 804.739.3001
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7511 North Spring Run Road
Midlothian, VA 23112