Our Ministries
Bible Classes

Twice a week we have Bible classes for all age groups, from toddlers to adults. Our diverse group of teachers works hard to teach in a way that is both grounded in Scripture and relevant to contemporary life. Please join us!

Sunday         9 am - 9:45 am

Wednesday  7 pm - 8 pm

Small Groups

Small groups are a way to connect in a different context—on a smaller more intimate level than the Sunday morning worship assembly and Bible classes. It’s a way to get into each others' lives and have shared moments with God. Those who are involved are having intimate, God-filled conversations, our relationships are going deeper, and we’re becoming more accountable to one another.

You are invited to join one of our groups; we would love the opportunity to get to know you. For more information, please call the church.

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Community Outreach

We are working with New Horizons and the Muscatine County Impact of Substance Use Task Force to help bring awareness to teenagers as well as their parents, grandparents, and other adults of the dangers associated with teen substance abuse, its prevalence in our community, and what signs to be on the lookout for. The Hidden in Plain Sight trailer is a real eye-opener for adults as to how teens can conceal drugs in plain sight.

Commodity Drives
for MCSA

We support Muscatine Center for Strategic Action (MCSA) with commodity drives, most recently with new pillows, pillowcases, and socks. Once a year several people have been gathering to make tie fleece blankets to donate to the homeless shelter at MCSA.

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Donation Garden

With ample open space available behind the church building, a garden was established early on. It started as a Wednesday night mentoring activity for the young students but has since become a source of donations of vegetables to the Muscatine Food Pantry by some of our Master Gardener members.

The picture shows Master Gardener Bonnie Reeb (center, holding sign) with several volunteers from the community.