Small Group Studies
Adult Bible Study
6:30 - 8:00 PM
The adult group meets weekly and explores relevant topics through study and discussion. The group explores Biblical truth to real-life issues of our time.
Adult Bible Study meets every Thursday
6:00 - 7:30 PM
The women's ministry meets weekly to explore and discuss topics of spiritual interest. The group dialogues about such topics pertaining to the needs of the group.
Women's Group meets every Thursday
Daniel and Christy Kihm represent us in the Netherlands where they are involved with church plants and reaching our to younger couples needing the hope of Jesus Christ.
Bobby and Jenny Mihsill serve in the Church of God in Côte d’Ivoire, Africa. They organize mission teams and work with organizing Children of Promise sponsors.
Joseph Kiwanuka Amooti, of Mission Trips Uganda, is currently in a church plant in the village of Buwooya. There is no church in that village and the people are starving for God there.
Ocho Rios Street Church serves homeless persons in Jamaica. Pastor Mike's mother helps to coordinate this mission effort with weekly Bible study and connection times as well as Sunday morning worship at the bus stop in Ocho Rios.
We support the Grand Rapids Dream Center which oversees neighborhood ministries throughout Grand Rapids. In addition to financial support, we have members of the church who participate in weekly grocery delivery to needy families.
North End Community Ministry is a shared ministry whose mission is to provide practical assistance to those in need on the Northeast side of Grand Rapids.
North End Community Ministry was founded in 1971 with a primary focus of providing youth outreach programs. The shift from youth to food related ministries in the early years came as a result of impending need. Today, in lieu of food offerings, NECM’s 2 ‘Client Choice Food Pantries serve over 650 families per month with food, and our NE Supper House Program serve over 260 individuals per week with a delicious, hot meal. Our Christmas Basket Food Program screens and coordinates baskets for over 400+ families. We also provide a specialty pantry for clients with diabetes and cardiovascular disease through our partnership with Spectrum Health, Healthier Communities and Access of West Michigan. Educational classes on cooking are a key component as well, equipping clients with necessary skills to more effectively manage their resources. and baby layettes for newborns, in addition to many referrals for other services in the community round out our services enabling a better quality of life for those we serve!