We have several opportunities for you to get involved in a recreation/leisure activity. Come and fellowship with us. Do you have an idea for an additional activity that will encourage our congregation through fun and fellowship? Would you like to offer your skills in leadership to begin a new recreation/leisure ministry? All ideas are welcome. Please contact Brenda Stahl, phone 428-7727.
January – March
A coed volleyball team is sponsored to participate in the city recreational league. The emphasis is on fellowship, encouragement, and building skills more than high-powered competition. Even with this emphasis, the team has made it to the finals the past several years! Contact: Bill Hawver at email@example.com, 619-9895
Saturdays: July – Augugust
9:00 – 11:30am, 4th Street
All skill levels are invited to participate in the surf ministry. Come help guide beginning surfers and visit and invite ministry participants to church and fellowship.
Contact: Bart Folta at 428-6645
January – March
We sponsor a men’s basketball team in the city recreation church league which plays from January to March. The team also has a weekly open gym night from September to November on Monday nights from 7:30pm – 9:30pm at Cooke Elementary School. All skill levels are represented and anyone interested is welcome.
Contact: Brandon Cleeton, 430-8320
April – July
We sponsor a men’s softball team in the city recreation church league. The team meets for practice one night per week beginning in April. Double-header games are played on Monday nights from May through mid-July. All skill levels are represented. Come join us for this clean family atmosphere and excellent Christian fellowship. Families are encouraged to come and cheer the team.
Contact: Brian Hoover 757-328-6478, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursdays: 7:00pm, Year-Round
This group of men and women enjoy woodcarving as a hobby. Experience is not required. Come and experience the fellowship and exchange of ideas while carving. There is great satisfaction in the creative process of taking a block of wood and fashioning it into a bird or a duck. Learn from an active carving teacher who works with beginners through veteran carvers.
Contact: Ed Morrison, 757-463-0891,email@example.com