There’s something so beautiful, nourishing and even sacred, that happens around tables with friends and family. It’s not hard to imagine that eating with new and old friends alike was a regular part of Jesus’ life.
So why not make this a regular part of our lives as well?
Dinner Groups meet throughout the Goshen area, on various nights of the week. Most groups are intergenerational. Participants share a meal together, talk about the ups and downs of life, pray for one another and take some time to study Jesus and how his life informs the way we live here and now.
If you would like more information about Dinner Groups, contact Janice Troyer.
Being a young adult is loosely defined between the ages of 18 and 34. It's an age filled with a lot of life stages and life changes. Our goal here is to connect young adults with young adults, build authentic community, talk honestly about faith and hopefully have some fun along the way. Join us.
We create environments where youth can build friendships, explore questions, learn and grow in their faith and have crazy amounts of fun.
Jr. High (grades 6-8) and Sr. High (grades 9-12) meet during the school year on Wednesdays at 7pm.
Youth groups also meet during the Christian Ed hour on Sundays for engaging conversations relevant to teens. All youth in our community are welcome and invited to check things out.
For more information about youth groups, or for a youth group calendar, contact Jon.
We keep it real. This isn’t boring Sunday School like you might think. Sunday School classes for adults talk about real life matters, even hard topics, and discuss together how to keep growing in our relationship with God and others. Classes exist for ages 2 through 102+ and meet from 9:15-10:15 before the worship service. Classes for children are age appropriate and engaging. Adult topics change every 3 months.
Silverwood Mennonite Women meets the second Thursday of each month February through December from 9am – 2pm for sewing and project day in the church fellowship hall. Examples of projects that are worked on: piecing and quilting quilts, tying comforters, stringing MCC school kit and hygiene kit bags, and creating other art to benefit local and world wide missions.
What you don’t sew? Or quilt? Don’t worry! We can teach you. Or you can work on a project that doesn’t involve sewing. Or course, supporting each other and building relationships are vital parts of out time together.
Women can come any time and stay as long as they’d like. We have a meeting and devotions at 11:00 a.m. All women are invited to stay for lunch. Please bring your own sack lunch. A delicious dessert is shared prepared by that month’s hostess.