At Messiah Church, we make life better for families. We understand some of the real struggles of parenting in the midst of all that a busy life affords. So, we have small groups that will help you connect with other parents to grow and develop together. In preschool and elementary school, it is important to understand some foundational principles for living as God’s people. Plug into Sunday morning or Wednesday night Messiah’s Kids programs. And while your family is navigating high school and middle school, be part of a youth group, Sunday School, or Confirmation class to help better understand how faith and life connect.
We strive to reach the lives of children through a variety of engaging activities. We prayerfully and passionately strive to partner together with families as we nurture our children’s faith.
Messiah Youth Ministry
Students in grades 6-12 have several opportunities to connect with peers and grow in their faith at Messiah Church though youth groups, Sunday School, Confirmation classes, retreats, missions, and fun social events.
Parent Small Groups
Parent Small Groups and Wednesday night children and youth programs happen at the same time, offering opportunities for the whole family to participate.
Youth Parent Faith Group meets weekly on Wednesdays from 6:30-8 pm in Heritage Hall. This is a group of parents of middle and high school age children. Contact Megan, email@example.com.
Children’s Parent Faith Group, a group of parents of toddler, pre-school and elementary age children, meets weekly on Saturday mornings for coffee and conversation. Contact Brad, linmanbj@yahoo.
Messiah charters one Boy Scout Troop and one Cub Scout Pack.
Boy Scout Troop 570 is boy led and parent powered. Scoutmaster Phil Zietlow brings over 40 years of experience to the troop which was chartered in 1969. Camping, leadership training, FUN, service, and living the Scout Law are just some of the troop activities. The troop currently has over 50 scouts and is proud of its 70 Eagle Scouts. Visit www.troop570bsa.org for more information.
Cub Scout Pack 388 has approximately 35 scouts in dens, kindergarten through 5th grade – most scouts attend Oakwood Elementary. They participate in outdoor activities, Base Camp activities, community awareness, service projects and the Pinewood Derby. Their Cubmaster is Dave Holmquist; for more information on the pack, visit www.scout388.com.