“Come to me,all you who are weary and burdened,
and I will give you rest.”
-Matthew 11:28

When Jesus spoke these words, there were no exceptions to his invitation. To people of all ages, races, genders, and nationalities, to the rich, the poor, the strong, the weak, to those firm in their faith and to those who are searching, questioning and doubting, Jesus just said, “Come”.

At Geneva we want to reflect that reality, so you will find children as an integral part of our church’s life. You will find that we actively seek to be a church that sets up no barriers, but one with opportunities for growth in the Christian faith appropriate for all levels of spiritual maturity. You will find worship that combines time-honored traditions with fresh, new ways of expressing the Christian faith. So welcome. Please take some time to look around and get to know us.

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Opportunities to Help and Serve

Disaster Assistance As our nation continues to reel under the onslaught of several major hurricanes, we know all of you have been praying for those who have been and continue to be in harm’s way. While prayer is also something that has great value, we also wanted to let you know of a way to give financially to help those in need. Our denomination’s Presbyterian Disaster Assistance provides excellent support in times of crisis.  You can give to PDA knowing that your money is being used in wise ways to help God’s children. For more information visit the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance page. .

Opportunities for Personal Growth

Anti-Racism Training  In today’s culture, we hear a lot about racism. There are those who think it doesn’t exist, and there are those, particularly people of color, who every day of their lives see evidence that it does. The word “racism” itself is one that is emotionally charged and commonly misunderstood. If you have ever wrestled with the idea of racism, what it is, whether it still is a problem, and how it impacts your life, join us as Bryan Smith and Lindsey Anderson lead us through Basic Anti-Racism Training on Wednesday, October 18 from 6:30 – 9:00 PM. Even if you have been through anti-racism programs before, we all need frequent refreshers.