Children and Family Ministry Pool Party


Our annual Children and Family Ministry Pool Party is on Sunday, July 27, come splash around from 6:15 to 8:15 p.m. at the Clive Aquatic Center. This event welcomes everyone, so please invite your neighbors, friends, and family members. You don't have to be a member or have kids to join the fun! The Clive Aquatic Center welcomes outside treats as long as they are eaten in the concession area. The concessions stand will not be open. In the event of cancellation due to weather, we will post that information on our Facebook page. Don’t forget, this event is free to everyone!

Follow Along with the Senior High Mission Trip

Forty-six youth and adults from Faith are heading out for a week of service in the heart of downtown Denver, Colorado. While we're MTChronicle2014-promothere—from July 11–18—we're offering several ways for friends, family, and congregation members to remain connected and informed:

Daily Video Updates
Links to our daily video updates will be posted to the Youth & Family Ministry Twitter and Facebook accounts beginning on July 12 or 13 (Please note: Video updates are subject to internet availability; if it is unavailable, we’ll relay that on Twitter). We encourage you to leave comments on these videos—we read each one aloud every evening. It's is a great way to share your prayers, comment on the videos, and to “participate” in our journey from a distance.

Friday Fun with Faith Summer Play Dates

children-playgroundLooking for some fun and relaxation this summer? Then meet up with friends from Faith for fun and fellowship on Friday mornings. We will meet at different parks this summer at 10:00 a.m. each week so the kids can play! Please bring a picnic lunch if you would like! No child is too old or too young to come to a play date. Feel free to invite a friend. Hope to see you at the park this summer!  For a complete list of dates and locations, click here.

Marriage Encounter Event

CIMEA Marriage Encounter Event provides a process for couples to renew their own marriage privately, away from the distractions of everyday life. It is wonderful for marriages at all stages. Those with good marriages can make them better; those with weak ones can strengthen them; and those with cold ones can warm them. Those in the early years of marriage can deepen the communication and love in their marriage to keep it strong through inevitable crises. Those in the middle years of marriage can revive and strengthen their love to help them survive the challenges and pressures that life and society throw at them. Those in the silver and golden years of their marriages can delight in the wonder of deeper trust and communication still to come.