International Ministry

We realize that getting familiar with a new country can be a little intimidating and we want to help!

We have friendship/game nights in American homes for the whole family to attend. You can get to know other internationals and new American friends.  We will share American and international foods, play games, and plan outings to American cultural events. 

We have Americans who will be your friendship partner to mentor and help you get familiar with American rules & regulations, finding stores, understanding school policies, and more! 

Also, if you are curious to learn more about the Bible and what it says about God, we also have women's and men's Bible classes (friendship and a place to ask questions!).

We also have available one-on-one teaching of the Bible to those who feel they would be more comfortable asking a lot of questions of one American friend instead of learning in a class setting.  

Have Questions? Contact our International Ministry Team

 

Click here to volunteer with our International Ministry

 

English for Life (EFL)

Thursdays 9:30 - 11:30am | September through April

 

          Meets weekly to practice English speaking skills and learn practical tips about life in the U.S.

 

Children's Program provided upon request. Registration required.

     Click here for more information and to register

 

International Women's Bible Fellowship

Tuesdays 9:30 - 11:30am | September through May

 

Opportunity for international women, who aren't native English speakers, to gather and learn more about the Bible. You do not need to be a Christian to attend.  

Click here to register your children for our Children's Program.

Have Questions? Contact our International Ministry Team

International Men's Bible Fellowship

Mondays 7:00 - 8:30pm | September through May

 

Looking for Men of Peace. Weekly opportunity for international men, who aren't native English speakers, to gather and learn more about the Bible. You do not need to be a Christian to attend.

Have Questions? Contact Tim Robinson.