No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, there is a place at SWAG for you to grow. Learn at your own pace. Ask questions. Seek. You’ll learn about God. You’ll get a picture of the Christ-following life. You’ll meet others on the journey. And here’s the big thing—you will change.
Each gathering is designed to deepen our relationships with one another and to help us live out every day what it looks like to be a follower of Jesus.
“Let the little children come to me…for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven.” – Jesus
Jesus loves kids and wants them to be a priority in his Kingdom. At SWAG we are on a mission to support parents in helping their kids become fully devoted followers of Christ.
After the song portion of the Sunday services, kids ages three through 4th grade are invited to Kid’s Quest where Biblical principles are communicated through age-appropriate stories and activities.
For infants through two years of age, our nursery is available during both Sunday morning services staffed by caring, safe people who have your child’s well-being and happiness as a priority.
There is also a mother’s room located at the back of the sanctuary for nursing mothers or mothers who wish to care for their young children during the service.
SWAGY (SWAG Youth) is our church’s ministry to middle and high school students. Through regular gatherings and events, students join together in community to learn and practice the truth of Scripture with the goal of grasping what it means to live a Jesus-centered life in a self-centered culture.
The main gathering is Wednesday evenings at 7:00PM in room 101. Students can expect relevant Bible teaching, worship, games, friends and fun!
In addition to Wednesday nights, students look forward to participating in retreats, conferences and summer camp throughout the year.
For more information and updates, like “Revolution Youth Group” on Facebook.
As individuals created in the image of God, we are hard-wired for connection and relationship both with God and one another
Life groups are where life transformation takes place. As we encourage each other in informal settings through sharing life experiences, we find that the journey is easier and more joyful when traveled with other people who know and love Jesus.
At SWAG we believe seniors are a tremendous asset to the church and community. They have experienced life and often have gems of wisdom to pass to the next generations. Many of the senior members of SWAG carry out vital service within the ministries of the church.
A group called Cornerstones meet September through May for a time of Bible study and prayer on Wednesday mornings at 10:00 in the library as well as gathering periodically for a potluck, event or outing throughout the year.