Join Us For Fellowship And Connection
Midweek at Shandon is a place where you are able to connect with other families and individuals in our church. We understand that it can be difficult to connect to other people during the Sunday Morning worship services, and this is why Midweek exists! Come for dinner; stay for the community.
Midweek Times & Groups
Midweek for Kids
Preschoolers will make new friends and connect with other kids while learning more about who God is and how he wants us to connect with Him. Register below to make reservations.
Kindergarten-5th graders will have the opportunity to grow in God’s word while connecting with others. This time will be spent playing games, growing in Biblical truths, scripture memory, discipleship, prayer, and tools for evangelism. A focus on the Gospel, as well as ways to talk about the Good News at school, on the ball field, and in their neighborhoods, will equip them as they influence their friends. Kids will connect with others, connect with God and His word, and learn to engage and connect with the world as they impact His Kingdom.
Midweek for Students
STUDENT WORSHIP SERVICE
Midweek is a gathering of middle school and high school students. During this time, students will have the opportunity to fellowship with each other, play games, worship Jesus together, and gather in The Vista (C240) for large group discipleship training and lessons from the Bible.
Doors open at 5:45PM for Students.
Choir & Orchestra Rehearsal
Our choir and orchestra lead worship during the 9AM Blended Worship Service.
Midweek for Adults
PASTOR'S BIBLE STUDY
Join us in the gym as Pastor Daniel is teaching a new midweek sermon series, With Christ in the School of Prayer.
SHANDON UNIVERSITY | BIBLICAL HERMENEUTICS | ROOM B103
Led by Rett Kendall
Our church has partnered with Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary to provide members an opportunity to become better equipped in understanding and handling Scripture. These classes meet in 6-week cycles on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings throughout the year. Topics include hermeneutics, Old and New Testament Surveys, Theology, Morality and Ethics, and Great Commission studies.
Registration for Biblical Hermeneutics is now closed, but new classes will be available soon.
MEN'S BIBLE STUDY | 1 SAMUEL | ROOM C124
Led by Rick Helmadollar and Ryan Bailey
"The Old Testament book of 1 Samuel records the story of three important leaders in Israel’s history: Samuel, Saul, and David. The lives of these flawed men showcase God’s gracious response to ancient Israel’s leadership crisis, offering valuable lessons related to why leaders fail, the impact this failure can have on God's people, and what it means to model godly leadership―even today.
In this accessible commentary, John Woodhouse shows how 1 Samuel reveals the importance of true leadership and the character of the godly leader. More significantly, this volume points forward to Jesus Christ, the fulfillment of God’s promises to his people and the only perfect leader the world has ever known."
WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY | DISCERNING THE VOICE OF GOD | ROOM B127
Led by Tami Parks and Donna Brickle
If hearing God has seemed challenging, this study by Priscilla Shirer invites you to explore a more intimate relationship with Him, one that can make hearing Him—His will, His heart, and His voice—your ongoing experience. Discover how you can listen with greater confidence, clarity, and discernment.
Grief Share | Room C121
Divorce Care | Room B106