MIDWEEK MEALS ON WEDNESDAY NIGHTS
Meals on Wednesday nights during the school year @ 5:30 pm
$5 adults, $3 kids, $15 family maximum
Jen Might | NC Kids Building
At 6:30 pm, New Cov Kids gather by age in the following classes for games and learning:
0 – 4 yrs
Kinder – 2nd grade
3rd – 4th grade
Whether it’s using wacky science experiments, learning about real life heroes of the faith, or fun games, elementary kids get to unwind from a long day at school, build relationship with other kids and leaders, and learn more about who God is and who He has created them to be! Plus, we also look for ways to make a difference in our community!
Nathan Cates | North End
SEED GROUPS | 6:30 PM
Seed groups are small groups that meet on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8. In Seed groups students seek to grow in two primary areas: 1. See and experiencing that they are Loved by God! 2. being empowered to go Love others! Loved. Love. This means seed groups help the individual grow and they also grow in number and plant more seed groups!
Radical Sending: Practical Christianity
Derrek Belase | Rm 108
UMC pastor and our UMC Conference Director of Discipleship, Derrek Belase, brings his training and experience together in this class that helps us think about how our baptismal vows relate to our daily lives. By tying together our Christian heritage with practical exercises, as prayer, Derrek equips us to connect our faith with work and daily life.
This class will be from April 4 - May 2.
Epic of Eden: Ruth
Shelley Johnson | Rm 106
In The Epic of Eden: Ruth, Dr. Sandra Richter makes each of the characters from the story of Ruth come alive. Set in the midst of one of the most corrupt eras of Israelite history, Ruth is a story about three compelling characters. Naomi is an elderly widow who has lot everything and returns to her homeland empty and bitter hoping simply to survive. Ruth is Naomi's young daughter-in-law, also a widow, and a foreigner, who at great personal cost refuses to let Naomi face the future alone. Boaz is the local patriarch—a man of wealth and influence who in this epic tale is given the opportunity to do the right thing, even though the right thing might not be the obvious thing.
This class will be from April 4 - May 9.
THE BOOK OF ACTS - Pastor's Bible Study
Rev. Adrian Cole | Fireside Room
What happened through the experiences, encounters, and lives of the apostles and those first believers reshaped human history. This winter and spring, AC will continue the study of The Book of Acts – join in whether you’ve come before or not! Each week is full of great exploration and discovery as we experience the early church firsthand, digging into the primary source material – Scripture!
This class will be from January 17 - May 9.
Connect Group | studying jen hatmaker's OF Mess and moxie
Kendell Belcher | Rm 208
The Connect Group invites all women to join in this New Year to read and discuss the newest book from Jen Hatmaker, which is full of the much-loved humor and insight she has become well-known for. Jen sets out to help women who find themselves in the mess of life to remember… we do have the moxie to get back up and get back out. We can choose to live undaunted “in the moment” no matter what the moments hold, and lead vibrant, courageous, grace-filled lives. Books are available for purchase that first night.
This class will be from January 10 - May 2.
NC Choir Rehearsal
Shelly Paige | Choir Room
Whether you’re an experienced vocalist, or just love to sing for fun, the New Covenant Choir has a place for you! This community-based group has a desire to serve New Covenant through worship each week during our Traditional service at 8:45am on Sundays. Join us for choir rehearsals each Wednesday night from 7:30-8:30pm in the choir room! For more information, contact Shelly at email@example.com.
Pamela Morton | Decker Hall
This team joins in prayer for requests made through the online Prayer Request Form, New Covenant’s PrayerNet, the Prayer Phone Line, and the Prayer Boxes located throughout New Covenant’s facilities. Every Wednesday evening this team prepares the Worship Center for Sunday morning services by arranging items, such as the prayer request cards, within the pews and praying for the needs of those who will be sitting in each seat the following Sunday. This team also writes notes of hope and enouragement to persons on the prayer list each week. It’s a great team that grows together by encouraging and supporting each other while becoming friends (and having a lot of fun in the process).