Wednesday Nights

WEDNESDAY NIGHT DINNER

5-6 p.m. | No reservations needed
Take away the stress of cooking and join us for a delicious dinner and time of fellowship before classes begin.

  • kids' meal (pizza): free; donations accepted

  • Children 3 & under eat free off of parent’s plate

  • Age 4-10: $5 (hot meal or salad bar)

  • Age 11+ & adults: $6 for salad bar with manager’s choice of baked potato or soup or $7 for hot meal including an entree, two vegetables, dessert & drink

Menu
January 23:
hamburgers with fixings, onion rings, baked beans, cole slaw
salad bar/baked potato

January 30: nacho bar, Spanish rice, black beans
salad bar/Mexican soup

While reservations are not required, you can help us be good stewards with meal planning if you let us know you plan to attend.

 

all-church study led by senior pastor Shane stanford

People of the Book: Knowing and Sharing God’s Word
Wednesdays thru Feb. 20 | 6:10-7:25 p.m. | Seabrook Hall
Have you ever wanted to know the Bible better? What about knowing the basics of the Good News deeply by heart? Are you comfortable sharing your faith? This six-week class will help you learn God’s Word and the basics of Christian theology in a powerful, practical way as to make it part of your daily life.

 

Men

Authentic Manhood: A Man and His Story
Wednesdays thru Feb. 20 | 6:15 a.m. or 6:15 p.m.

Led by Kyle Rote Jr. and Stueart Hudsmith, this Bible study gives men a vision for manhood as modeled by Jesus in His time on earth. Two opportunities this spring: Wednesday mornings at 6:15 in Seabrook Hall (coffee only) and Wednesday evenings at 6:15 in Wilson/Ross 415. Childcare available for evening session.

 

Women

Women’s Bible Study with Pam Hudsmith & Julie Maroda: Psalms
Wednesdays thru Feb. 20 & March 20-April 24 | Wilson/Ross 401-402 | 6:15-7:25 p.m.
Bring your Bible as we look in depth into five to six Psalms; no book needed.

 

CONGREGATIONAL CARE

GriefShare: 13-week support group
Wednesdays thru April 3 | 9:30-11 a.m. or 5:30-7 p.m. | Dunnam 337

For those grieving the loss of a loved one, with video seminar and group discussion. Workbooks are $15; pay by cash or check when you come to the meeting. Wednesday Night Dinner will be available beginning at 5 p.m., and you are welcome to bring your meal into the class. 

 

WORSHIP

Chancel Choir
7 p.m. | Choir Room

The Chancel Choir is a non-auditioned group of singers, which provides music leadership for the 11:00 Traditional service in addition to special services including the Holy Thursday Service of Shadows, the annual singing of Handel’s Messiah and the Candlelight Christmas Eve Service.

 

CHILDREN

Nursery: Open to children from 2 months-3 years old

School of the Rock
Wednesdays thru April 24 | 6-7:30 p.m.

This free-to-the-public arts camp is open to all JK-5th grade students on Wednesday nights during the school year. At School of the Rock, your children explore how to use art, drama, technology and athletics to tell their story and their part in God’s bigger story. The showcase will be broken into two parts on April 17 and 24 during dinner.

 

Students

MS Refuge
6-7:45 p.m. *
MS Refuge provides a high energy, fun and safe environment where students can experience the presence of Jesus by connecting with awesome adult leaders and other really great MS students. Our goal is to create an environment where students can know and be known and for adults to provide godly encouragement. First 30 minutes, fellowship and pizza followed by a time of worship and teaching. Students then go into grade and gender-based D-Groups (small groups). 
*NOTE: HS Refuge meets on Sundays, 4-6 p.m.

Confirmation
Wednesdays thru Feb. 20 | 6-7:45 p.m.

Our goal during our time of Confirmation is to focus on the foundation of our Christian faith and how it affects our lives, with a special emphasis on how it influences our commitment to the church. The basic layout will walk 6th grade students through different elements of belief, and, as the weeks progress, begin to look at the vow we make to Christ Church when we become members.

 

East Ministry Center 

The Journey
9056 Poplar Pike, Suite 107 | Germantown

  • 5-6 p.m. | Dinner available; cost: $7/adults & $5/children

  • 6-6:10 p.m. | Live worship

  • 6:10-7:30 p.m. | Live teaching & worship (simulcast of People of the Book: Knowing and Sharing God’s Word with Shane Stanford)

Do you live in Germantown or Collierville and want something closer to home? Join us for The Journey, our midweek worship service at the East Ministry Center. In addition to worship and study for adults, children (birth through 5th grade) are invited to study and discuss the Bible and work on art, science and mission projects together.


SERVE

Join us for the great serving opportunities on Wednesday nights this spring.

  • Nursery: Help our staff in our nursery classrooms by loving and caring for our children.

  • Kitchen Team: Assist our kitchen staff in serving food as well as clean up after events.

  • Check-in: Help us by collecting money for dinner at the beginning of our evenings.

  • Tech Team: Help with worship slides or man a camera with our tech team during worship on Wednesday nights.

  • Children's Ministry: Help with our Children's Ministry in School of the Rock in classrooms with teachers as we learn and grow through arts and creativity. You can also help in classrooms at our East Ministry Center.