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Family Night

Family night at Canterbury

One of the best things about Canterbury is that we enjoy being together, working together, and eating together. Whether over a delicious meal, an engaging Bible study, or just sitting and sharing a cup of coffee in the Quiet Room, we hope you will join us for Family Night on Wednesday nights.

Family Night Dinner

5 PM - 6PM

 

Click the dates below to see the menu for that week

Family Night Classes and Activities

 

Adult Classes - Session 1

January 10 - february 7

6-7 PM

Paul's Pastoral Letters

led by Lisa Donnell

A123

The Book of Revelation

led by Paul McCracken

M226

Take a look at Revelation’s background, how this book has been used – and misused – over the centuries.

Boundaries with Kids

Rev. Monica Harbarger, Executive Director of United Counseling

M228

 

DivorceCare

M229

10-week support group led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You will learn how to heal from the deep hurt of divorce and discover hope for your future. Childcare is available.

Bible Study with Jordan Gervin and Ernie Wood

M227

Knit Wits

M202

Time of fellowship as we knit prayer shawls for those who are sick or in need, beginners welcome.

 

Bells of Canterbury

M119

Join the hand bell choir; beginners welcome

 
 

Children's Activites

3-4 Year Old LAMBS

C117

Lessons, art, and music for beginners

CAMP Wednesday, 5K - 2nd Grade

C210

Children's activity and missions program

 

CAMP 345, 3rd-5th grade

307

Children's activity and missions program

Confirmation Students

M117

Students will dive deeper into our faith and learn about Canterbury


Youth Activities

Students will meet in the Youth Room, M109, after dinner and move into separate class rooms for Small Group Bible Studies.  A variety of options will be offered for students in both Junior and Senior High.

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