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Life can be complicated. That is why we want to make getting involved at Antelope Park Church simple. While there are lots of places to connect at Antelope Park Church, our hope is to narrow these options so that the next step is easy. So, click one of the areas below to begin to discover how you can get involved at Antelope Park Church!
“Cultivate these things. Immerse yourself in them. The people will all see you mature right before their eyes!” I Timothy 4:15 (MSG)
Spiritual growth isn’t like osmosis; it doesn’t happen just by being around other followers of Jesus. It happens when we are intentional. We each need to intentionally put ourselves in places and spaces where God can intersect our lives and allow the work of the Holy Spirit within and among us.
Antelope Park Church is committed to creating opportunities that will encourage you to grow, wherever you find yourself on your spiritual journey. You may participate in one of our many small groups, serving all ages. Perhaps it is being even more intentional about your discipleship by participating in your own Journey with Christ (JWC).
In addition to our regular Bible Study and Sunday School classes, during Lent, you are invited to be a part of a special 6 week immersion into God’s word, and each Advent everyone is encouraged to share with others the way in which God has been moving in your life throughout the year. We strive to be a safe place where you can grow at your own speed, and seek out ways to engage others in the Gospel story.
And so wherever you are on your spiritual journey, come as you are! Your journey can continue at Antelope Park Church and you can share it with others!
Reaching out is the mission at the heart of who we are! Whether it is serving locally by encouraging fair trade at the Ten Thousand Villages Shop in the Haymarket, sewing blankets and collecting winter gear for children in need of cold-weather warmth through our partnership with Clinton Elementary School, helping build habitat homes, partnering with Community Crops and the Community Garden program, and providing what assistance we can to our local homeless shelters, or nationally with the Brethren Disaster Ministries, through multi-generational work-camps and in support of the Lynbrook Mission in New Mexico, or globally through a number of learning tours around the world, we are committed to being a church that embodies being the hands and feet of Jesus.
Check out this page to discover any number of opportunities to get involved in the mission ministry of Antelope Park Church.
“For we are Gods workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do”. Ephesians 2:10
How has God gifted me to serve God through serving others?
Spiritual Gifts are given to each believer to serve his church.
“…to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up.”
Sometimes, God will ask you to use and develop the gifts that you have already been given to serve others. Sometimes, God will challenge you to develop new gifts that may be needed in a particular community. How are you being called to serve?