Fellowship Opportunities

Zoom Leah Circle

Community

We provide mid-week fellowship opportunities with youth fellowship, Thantastic Thursday programs, women's circles and more.  Request an invitation HERE to find out more on how to get involved.

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Classes

Online classes range from our youngest in the congregation, to youth, and to adult, including Sunday School classes for all ages, Lectio Divina mid-week study time, and women's circle meetings.

 

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Worship

We hold virtual and in-person worship Sundays at 10:00am. No registration is required for in-person worship. To request a ZOOM invitation to worship, please click HERE. To watch us "live" click HERE. For the latest on resuming in-person worship, click HERE.

Coffee/Lemonade Fellowship

Fellowship featuring coffee during the cold months, lemonade during the warm months, and cookies all year followed the 11:00am service (10:00am in Summer). We usually meet in Brady Chapel, but sometimes we gather in the garden between the sanctuary and Murray Hall.

Thantastic Thursdays Fellowship Dinner

Food, fun and fellowship. If you like any of these things, then Thantastic Thursdays is for you. A prepared dinner and short program will take place on Thursdays at 5:45 p.m.

The charge for the meal is $8 per person or $20 for a family.  Those who plan to attend can sign up in Realm, by calling the Church office, or pay at the door. Once a month we will have a Sunday brunch after the 10:00 service.

Pre-COVID, we offered Infant through Toddler care during the program part of Thantastic Thursday evenings with pre-registration.  We had a "homework room" for older children if desired.

We ask those who have a couple hours a month to consider helping with the Thantastic Thursday meals. Help is needed with preparation (Wednesday 10-2), set-up (Thursday 12-3 and 3-6), and clean up (Thursday 6-8:30 pm). Those who volunteer have loved being part of the kitchen crew!

House Church (Pre-COVID-19)

House Church is in-home fellowship which provided an opportunity to nurture a sense of community and belonging among our adult members. We met monthly in groups of 12 or 15 people October through May, in the homes of group members. Together we enjoyed a potluck meal and lots of good fellowship.  There was a special House Church group for twenty- and thirty-somethings.

The aim of House Church is to build community. It is not meant to be a Bible study or an encounter group. It is meant to be a time for the members of the congregation to gather to get to know one another better. In so many ways the stories shared at House Church gatherings help us all grow in our faith.

Campus Ministry (Pre-COVID-19)

While the Campus Ministry Committee is still working hard to engage and support college students in our midst, before the pandemic church members were encouraged to invite these young people into our church community and to get to know some of them personally. Each year we offered the Adopt-a-Student program to make them feel at home in Lexington.  Campus Ministry also offered a coffee fellowship for cadets and college students each Sunday at 10:30am before the 11:00AM service.