Marriage Enrichment Groups

Our Marriage Enrichment Group (MEG) is a monthly gathering of couples who gather and participate in a meaningful enrichment activity each meeting. A typical evening consists of a welcome and introductions, a review of the evening’s couple activity (usually a 1 page handout), a break-out time for couples to complete the activity on their own, and then a regathering and reflection time.

MEG’s are not marriage therapy. The rules of the evening are clear about focusing on your own relationship, participation being voluntary, and everyone practicing confidentiality. Most couples report having a lot of fun as they put aside some of the distractions of daily life to spend this intentional time together.

I think we all want the same thing. Whether our relationship has just begun or we’ve been married for years: We want a healthy, mutually-satisfying relationship with the one we love. Check us out. We’re confident you’ll find something that serves your interests well.

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On the first Sunday of Lent, Reverend Zack Martin continued his Lent sermon series, “Power Tools of the Faith.” Today’s power tool was the pressure washer and it went along with the scripture from Mark 1:9-15 and Jesus’ baptism by John the Baptist. The pressure washer represents the power of baptism in our lives in the cleansing, renewed feeling following baptism. Once we are baptized, we are sealed by the Holy Spirit in that our sins are power washed away and we are in unity with God. Baptism has a greater purpose, however. Once we are baptized, it is up to us to do something with it, to bear the fruits of our salvation in our world and make a positive impact in the name of Christ. #Lent ... See MoreSee Less

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Consider joining us for Sunday School as something for your Lenten journey this year! This Sunday, February 18 we will start a combined Sunday School series leading up to Easter based on Max Lucado's book "He Chose the Nails." Meet in the sanctuary at 10:00 a.m. for a video and then we'll disperse to individual classes for discussion. Not a member of a Sunday School class? There's plenty to choose from! We'll see you this Sunday at Crossroads! ... See MoreSee Less

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This evening’s Ash Wednesday service introduced Reverend Zack’s “Power Tools of the Faith” series with a router on display. Rev. Zack encouraged us to allow the Lenten season for use of router bits such as almsgiving, prayer and fasting as Jesus is the divine carpenter working on us as a piece of work, and ultimately, his art and creation.

Create in us a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within us. #Lent
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