Summer Programs are still happening!
Kid's Summer Adventure, Tween Camp, Middle School Camp, High School Camp, Family Camping Trip, Refuel Day, and Camp Attitude are still on! While things this upcoming season will look different, the Family Ministries Team goal is that all families are invited and equipped to grow this season. It is our desire to partner through the summer with families in unique and creative ways. We believe parents have a special voice in the spiritual growth of their kids and we want to continue to give you tools and experiences to grow your family's faith.
You can expect to hear ministry updates from us regarding events on a bi-weekly basis. Whether your family is able to be physically present or is maintaining social distancing, we are creating pathways for all to be a part of ministry. This also pertains to any financial barriers.
Stay tuned for further updates for registrations and detailed outlines of what these events will look like. If you have not already, please read this update letter from Pastor Chris Lyons. We look forward to connecting during this unique season!
Green Lake Summer Family Ministries Update
Groups and resources for parents
Family Faith Conversations
First Sundays, 6pm-7pm, Online, stayed tuned for more info
Next Meeting: Sunday June 7
“Talking about Race as a Family” - Our desire is to equip our parents to have real dialogue with their kids of all ages about race and difference, especially in light of our faith. Come and be part of the conversation.
Sunday, June 7, 6pm - 7pm (All parents, Tweens, MSers) – then at 6:30pm, the students will start their own breakout groups. Email Chris Lyons firstname.lastname@example.org to get the Zoom Link.Foster/Adopt Support Group
Third Mondays (Sept.–June), 6:30–8:30pm
The Adoption and Foster Care Support Group offers support, fellowship, and education to anyone who is curious about or connected to adoption or foster care. Attendees can include those thinking of adopting or providing foster care, those currently in the process, those who have adopted, and those who have been adopted. We meet in Sanctuary Classroom A, and childcare is provided.
Mothers of Children with Special Needs
The second Saturday of the month, 10am–12pm, Bethany Green Lake
The group is designed to provide support, prayer, and honest conversations for mothers who have children with special needs. Click here
to sign-up for the upcoming group.
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS): 2019-2020 Registration Now Open!
Welcoming a new baby into your family is such an exciting time, but it also comes with its fair share of difficulty, from those sleepless nights to feeding issues. At MOPS we welcome you and your children just as you are. MOPS (Mothers Of Preschoolers) is a program for moms who have kids birth-5 years old. MOPS provides you with a supportive community of women who are going through the same phase of life and can relate to the joys and struggles that you may be facing. On a MOPS morning you can expect childcare for your littles, a hot breakfast, community and discussion time with other women, and a different speaker each week. MOPS is a place where you can take a deep breath, relax and enjoy being in the company of other women.
Meets every other Tuesday. Visit the website
Hoping Like Hannah: Infertility Support GroupA group for women who seek community and support around issues of infertility. For more information, contact Amanda.
Betrayal and Beyond: How can I trust him? Is there hope?Discuss answers to haunting questions in a safe and confidential study group for wives whose husbands struggle with lust addictions. Contact Sheryl.