We all have family traditions. If you’ve ever spent a holiday dinner with another family, you’ll know that sometimes other people’s traditions seem strange at first, but they often are full of meaning and fun once you hear the stories.

New Years Gathering

Common Meals (some themes: Chili and Soup, Chicken Spaghetti, Baked Potatoes, etc.)

Valentines Banquet

“Leadership Training for Christ” (LTC)

Easter Choir, Chorus and Special Music (A special yearly Easter Sunday experience)

Easter Egg Hunt (Volunteers needed to fill eggs with peanut-free candy)

“Spring Fling”

“Grace Cafe”

Men and Boys Retreat

Ladies Retreat

Mother’s Day Carnations

Memorial Day Picnic

“Graduation Sunday”

“Summer Fun Day”

Camp K (Cookies and Care Cards provided by church family)

Camp K Reunion Service

“Summer Bash”

Brown-bag dinners

Grandparents Breakfast

Fall Fest

Thanksgiving Care Packages

Christmas Candlelight Service

Christmas Caroling

Christmas Choir  (Performs at our annual Candlelight Service and/or Christmas Sunday Worship)