“Come to me,all you who are weary and burdened,
and I will give you rest.”
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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Geneva Preschool 2016-2017 Registrations Now Open
We are now accepting registrations for 2 1/2 to 5 year olds for our 2016-2017 school year. For more information and to download a registration form see our Geneva Church Preschool Page. We have a small number of openings in our 4-year-olds class. We have several openings in our 2 1/2-year-olds class. And we’re taking names for a waiting list in our 3-year-olds class. Check us out! Our next Open house is Thursday, July 14 from 6:00 – 7:00 PM.
New Sunday Morning Classes beginning May 8
At 9:00 AM –
- Job: A Journey of Faith through Suffering – Our Sunday morning Bible Study class journeying with Job on an adventure of faith through suffering. One of the most persistent questions people of faith struggle with is, “Why do good people suffer?” That’s the question Job faced as in a single day tragedy struck everything of value in his life: his children, his livelihood, and his health all taken away from him in the course of a few hours. We’ll walk with Job as he wrestles with God in the wake of suffering, and with him, we’ll explore what God has to say in response to these profound questions. Bring a Bible and let’s dig in! Led by Bryan Smith.
At 11:30 –
- Technology and Spirituality — Embrace it or bemoan it, technology is a necessary part of our daily lives. It has become, in many ways, an important part of how we define ourselves. But the questions we face as Christians are, “How is technology shaping me? How do I use technology without being used by technology? How do I approach technology in a faithful way?” Join us as we explore these and other questions about the impact technology has on our spiritual lives in today’s world. Led by Bryan Smith.