At Reconciliation, there are no strangers
Most people may not realize that the word “religion” comes from the same root word for “ligament” that means to tie or fasten. The scriptures tell us that being connected to God and to one another is one definition of the Church — the Body of Christ (1 Corinthians, Ephesians, Colossians).
Through worship, fellowship, service, and living out our faith together, connecting is a big part of who we are at Reconciliation. It’s one way God is doing the work of reconciliation in us, and through us in the world.
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Our member directory is available online. Members need to login to view directory.
Having a meaningful conversation about a scripture passage and praying together helps us feel God’s Spirit in our lives.
Several groups are meeting across our area for Bible study, prayer, and building friendships. For more information, contact the church office.
Adult Sunday School meets weekly at 10:00am.
Coordinator — Guy Beale
Bible & Biscuit is a group of men who meet every Thursday morning at 7:30 to tell stories (and some jokes) followed by a brief Bible study.
AA and Alanon groups are scheduled throughout the week to support one another.
Being together and sharing our stories over a cup of coffee or playing Pickleball is life-giving. (Please note Pickleball has been postponed until activity resumes following Covid-19.)
There are lots of fellowship opportunities throughout the year that everyone is welcome to join.