Andy Woznicki headed up an epic, first ever event for connecting in community at Creekstone called Group Link. Here are some pics from the evening. NOTE: Control the slide show by scrolling your mouse over the images.
This coming Sunday (May 19th), we will be having a pot-luck style lunch immediately after the worship service to celebrate the end of our community group ministry for the year. Not only will we get to fellowship with friends old and new, but this also will give us the chance to say goodbye to the … Continue reading What Will You Bring to the Pot-Luck on Sunday?
Need some Friday humor? Watch this. "Hey, the word super is in superficial. And everybody wants to be super, right?" 🙂
As Creekstone continues to grow wide, a K-Group (the K is for the Greek word, koinonia, which means, fellowship) is Creekstone's "going deep" ministry where 8-14 people meet weekly and "do life togehter." This is where we care for folks in personal and practical ways, and receive the same kind of care. It is where … Continue reading Sign Up for a K-Group Here!
Just like the Pilgrims had to rely on each other for survival, as a New World church, we will find ourselves relying on each other, too. We want to grow wider, but we also want to grow deeper. This is why we have K-Groups, which are our home fellowship groups made up of eight to … Continue reading Old World Churches vs. New World Churches, Part 2
Creekstone is launching our next, "new and improved" K-Groups in September. In order to help distinguish a K-Group (community/home group) from a Bible study, I am posting a resource from Northpoint Community Church in Atlanta. While we may not endorse every specific of this chart, it gets the point across. Ideas? Let me know below. … Continue reading The Difference Between a Community Group and a Bible Study
Here are some pics from our latest K-Group gathering. See the full gallery on Posterous
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This is a photo from our "Tacky Christmas" K-Group gathering on Sunday, Nov. 27, at the Turk's house. When I look at this picture, I can't help but smile—not because of Jesse's outfit or Nixon's (which were classic!), but because this group of folks didn't know each other not too long ago. Now, we gather to … Continue reading The Caston/Turk K-Group (Photo)
Scenes from the latest Caston/Turk K-Group get together, Sunday, Nov. 13. See the full gallery on Posterous
Here are some photos from the Caston/Turk K-Group's latest gathering on Oct. 23. A great time of koinonia! See the full gallery on Posterous
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Creekstone's redesigned K-Group ministry (fellowship/home groups) launched last night. Here are some photos of the group that meets in our home and the home of Allison and Jesse Turk. See the full gallery on Posterous
Typically, Tuesday (today) is one of my weekly "focus on the Sunday sermon" days. However, this week Creekstone is not having a Sunday morning service. So time for some golf, right?! For starters, I don't really play golf (because I don't like to cuss in public). I like to hike or run trails. Second, it's … Continue reading A Dream Come True
As we have mentioned already, after much discussion and prayer, the staff team has decided to redesign our K-Groups (K is for koinonia, the Greek word for fellowship). Rather than base these groups on age and stage, we are going to encourage groups to gather geographically. This means that we likely will have groups representing the … Continue reading New K-Group Plan
Thanks to the Schermerhorn family for hosting a 30s/40s K-Group potluck gathering last Sunday. What a great time! See the full gallery on Posterous
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After serving in a volunteer status for the past year doing groundwork for our morning launch, three guys are now serving Creekstone as part-time staff: Matt Stephenson, Jesse Turk and Elijah Merrett. Below are their positions and general ministry descriptions, in addition to attending a weekly staff team meeting and other miscellaneous ministry "opportunities" that … Continue reading Introducing Creekstone’s New Staff and K-Group Reps
After further reflection, we think that there are actually four demographic groups at Creekstone through which we want to do community and mission. Due to our growing numbers, we thought it might be a good idea to create four K-Groups, rather than three. Here is what we are thinking. The Veritas K-Group – Young adults and marrieds … Continue reading K-Group Update (4 groups instead of 3)
Creekstone has identified four informal demographic groups through which we plan to facilitate community and mission as we grow in grace together. We call them Koinonia (which is Greek for fellowship), or K-Groups. The Veritas K-Group – Young adults and marrieds w/out kids The Agape K-Group– Folks with pre-school-age children The Sola Gratia (grah'-tea-uh) K-Group– Folks with school … Continue reading Introducing Creekstone’s K-Groups
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