Dinner | 5-6:15PM
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Midweek for Kids | 6-7:15PM
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. Make weekly reservations here.
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. Make weekly reservations here.
Midweek for Students | 6:15-7:15PM
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.
Midweek for Adults | 6:15-7:15PM
Women's Ministry Bible Study
Join us as we study the book of Hebrews during Midweek at Shandon starting March 22nd. Donna Brickle, Tami Parks, and Cathy Banks will be leading through the "Better" Bible study by Jen Wilkin. In this study, Jen Wilkin explores the book of Hebrews verse-by-verse, where you’ll discover through Paul’s letters that Scripture points to Christ as the new and better covenant for us to have access to God.
Men's Ministry Bible Study
Preaching the Word Commentary by Ray Ortlund | C124 & C126 | Led by Rick Helmadollar and Ryan Bailey
Shandon’s Men’s Ministry is beginning a summer study through the Preaching the Word Commentary series, focusing on the book of Proverbs. Pastor and teacher Ray Ortlund unpacks the book of Proverbs, providing a biblical worldview on everything from money, sex, and power to that of the daily routines of an average life. Drawing relevant parallels from ancient culture to present day, he helps us understand how the book of Proverbs is practical help for ordinary people going through everyday life. Choose from Tuesday morning or Wednesday evening options. Cost for the book is $25.