Monte Pres has launched a new ministry called S.A.F.E (Setting Addicts Free Eternally). The program will meet every Thursday evening, at 7:30p, here at the church. The hope is that anyone struggling with drug or alcohol addiction will take advantage of this Christ-centered, 12 step support group. The group will enjoy fellowship, a Bible study related to one of the 12 steps, share time and prayer time.
The ladies of the church will be celebrating the May birthdays of JoAnne Cookston and Carol Fischback with a luncheon set for Monday, May 7, at 11:30a. This month the luncheon will be held at Gepetto’s Italian Restaurant in Montesano. Please contact Pat Willis (249-6005) if you plan on attending or would like more information on this monthly ministry
Mark you calendars for the 5th Sunday Soup & Bread fund-raiser set for next Sunday, April 29, during the fellowship time following worship. All proceeds will to to Family Promise of Grays Harbor
****Men’s Breakfast…This Men’s Ministry has been started to help primarily single women of our church and/or our community, who have projects that need to be done. The men have pledged to spend three hours of service following the breakfast, dividing into teams depending on the number of projects on hand. All men of the church, as well as their sons, are invited to join this new ministry. The next scheduled meeting will be Saturday, May 05, 8:00a, here at the church. Please contact Jay if you would like additional information
We have nursery care available for children Infant through Pre-K during worship
On Sunday Morning we offer Church School for children and youth of all ages, taught by a committed and enthusiastic team of teachers. Church School begins at 9:30am and ends just prior to worship at 10:30am.
During Sunday morning Worship, we offer “Church for Kids” grades K-4th where children learn the Bible stories experientially through presentations, prayer, drama, readings, and crafts
On Tuesday nights from 6-8pm, we offer an AWANA Program for children ages Pre-K through 6th grade. The AWANA program is comprised of 4 components:
- Student Handbook time in which participants memorize/recite scripture
- Council time in which a Bible lesson is presented and applied to daily living
- Recreation time featuring team relays and physical activities
- Music time in which children learn songs and have a fun time of singing together