“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.
Check out our New Weekly Sermon Video
Geneva Church is considering moving to one worship service each Sunday. We’d love your opinion!
Surveys will be handed out at each service on Sunday, November 15 and Sunday, November 22 along with an opportunity to voice your concerns or ask questions. If you can’t complete a survey in person, please feel free to fill out our online survey here.
Geneva Church is looking for for a new Director of Youth Ministries!
We are looking for a part-time Youth Director to lead our Middle School and High School students. Primary duties include Sunday morning programming, planned fellowship and service activities for the students on the weekends and other times, and a week-long summer mission trip. The time commitment averages 16 hours a week. Our focus is on discipleship and spiritual growth for our students, yet also includes fun activities the students would enjoy. For more information about this position, please click here for a job description.
Star Wars Movie Series
In a sanctuary not too far, far away…. We invite you to an Intergalactic fellowship event that is truly out of this world. Come and share in the adventures of Luke Skywalker and the rest of “The Rebellion” as they attempt to defeat Darth Vader and the Empire. Invite your friends and family to Geneva church to see the theatrical versions of the Star Wars Trilogy in time for the release of Episode VII! We will also enjoy fresh, hot popcorn. Join us– the Emperor has foreseen it.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2nd AT 6:45
STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH AT 6:45
STAR WARS: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4TH AT 6:45
STAR WARS: RETURN OF THE JEDI
Kids’ Christmas Fun!
On Sunday, December 6, from 1:30-4:00 you can drop off your children ages 4 years through 5th grade for an afternoon of crafts, games and snacks. (Sorry, no child under age 4 this year.) We’ll have lots of wonderful Christmas crafts for the children to make, including a special keepsake one! To round out the day we’ll play fun Christmas games and have a snack. You’re child (or grandchild) will come home with lots of Christmas spirit! To offset the cost of the craft supplies and snack, we’re asking for $5 for each child participating. Spaces are limited! Sign up in the Good News, but hurry, there will be no sign ups after Wednesday, December 2. Friends are welcome and encouraged. If you have any questions, please contact Nancy Glodich, Children’s Ministry Director.
We’re also looking for volunteers for this Children’s Ministry Christmas event. If you’d like to help lead a craft or game, we would love to have you! Sign up in the Good News, contact Nancy Glodich (734-658-8445) or call the church office to volunteer.
Advent Dinner Series
Putting Christ Back into Christian. Every year at this time we begin to hear a call to put Christ back into Christmas. The celebration of the birth of Christ has become too commercial, too secularized, too devoid of its meaning, or so the rationale goes. But what if this year we dig a little deeper? Join us on Sundays, December 6 and 13 for an Advent Dinner Series as we explore together what it means that Christ was not just born in Bethlehem 2000 years ago, but that he is alive today seeking to make his presence known through those who claim his name as Christians. A homemade dinner prepared by Kay Sousa will be served at 5:30 followed by a time of learning, fellowship and music from 6:00 – 7:00. Cost for dinner is $4.00 for adults and $1.50 for children 10 and under. Child care is available. Please indicate let the church office know if you will need child care.
Mission Pointe reaching out to those in need. (pdf)