REFUEL Wednesday Nights
Men Students Adults Kids Bible Study
A place to grow in community!
Wednesday, September 14–May 10, 5:15–8pm, Arden Hills
Refuel is a place for all ages to learn and grow! Join us for a meal for purchase in the Great Hall (5:15–6:15pm) and ministries (6:30pm) for Men, Women, Students, and Children (6:30–8pm). Nursery available for infant–age 3.
Men of all ages and backgrounds come together to build each other up to be more like the true real man, Jesus Christ. Each week, we hear Bible teaching and break into table groups to discuss, encourage, and pray for one another. Meet some great men who love Jesus and the Bible and want to help you become a better man, husband, father, and follower of Jesus. Simply show up on Wednesday, and there will be men to welcome you. Contact email@example.com.
Women of all ages and backgrounds meet weekly for worship, discussion, prayer, and building healthy relationships. Join this group of women fervent about following Jesus and growing together! For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
North Heights Youth is for middle school students (grades 6–8) and high school students (grades 9–12). Refuel equips students to live for Christ, experience the Holy Spirit in their lives, and be prepared to share Christ with others. This Fall, Wednesday Night Youth will be going through Alpha Youth, a 9-week series where young people hold meaningful conversations about life, faith, and purpose.
Kids Refuel is a weekly Bible study that helps kids Pre-K–Grade 5 dive deep into the big story of the Bible—God’s plan to rescue His people through His Son, Jesus Christ. Kids learn how to grow their faith in our Father, Savior, and Holy Spirit. Contact email@example.com.
Nursery is for our youngest of the next generation: infants–age 3. Contact Michelle.firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you new to the Christian faith or exploring the faith? Learn about Christian faith basics in an open, friendly, and informal environment. Meet new friends and grow with others. Dinner followed by a short film and discussion. Contact Elaine Gregory, 651-442-1202.