Life Groups
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Women’s Groups 

Mondays | 9:45 am – in person (MOPS – Mothers of Preschoolers)
Mondays | noon – in person

Tuesdays first and third – in person
Tuesdays | 6:30 pm – Zoom and in person (women in 40s-60s)

Wednesdays | 9:30 am – Zoom and in person
Wednesdays | 9:30am – Large group, in person
Wednesdays | First and Third Saturdays second and fourth weeks – Zoom and in person
Wednesdays | 6:30pm – in person (women in 40s-50s)

UMW Circles (United Methodist Women Circles are in addition to these groups)

Men’s

Tuesdays | 8:00 am
Tuesdays | 5:00 pm
Wednesdays | 7:00 pm

CoEds

20something group Kids – planned weekend events
Anti-Racism Group: Thursdays at 6:00pm – Zoom
Beer Group: Wednesdays at 4:30pm – in person
Cycling Group: planned rides
Young Family Group: parents with littles – every other Sunday and planned events
Knitting for Peace: Thursdays | 6:00 pm – in person
Local and Global Concerns (Glocalizers): Sundays at 10:30am – Zoom
LGBTQIA+ Group (Outspirit): relaunching, TBD
Quantum Faith (biblical questions): Sundays at 6:30pm – in person
Skiing Group: planned trips

Empty-Nester Groups

Birds of a Feather: parents with Young Adult Kids – planned weekend events
TNT (Tried and True): parents with Young Adult Kids &/or Grandkids – planned weekend events
Seafarers (Older Adult Couples): parents with grandkids

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Pathways Small Groups

Several of our ongoing classes meet together as Life Groups throughout the year.
Check out Knitting for Peace, Quantum Faith, and the Glocalizers

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“Today, when there is a knock on our door, it could be a neighbor with her garden harvest, it could be a young child wanting to play with our dog, or it could be a resident from the assisted living home down the street. This wasn’t the case a year ago. Seldom did anyone knock on our door.

After participating in the book study, The Art of Neighboring, we became intentional about knowing our neighbors on a deeper level. People long for community and it makes sense to start caring for those who are closest to home. It is exciting to see how relationships have grown in the past year.”

– Kathleen Riley