At SCN we desire to become lifelong learners.
We know that this journey can take many shapes, involve many ages and life experiences.
That’s why it is so important to us that there are multiple opportunities for adults to grow in Christ together. From our weekly gatherings to seasonal classes, there is something for everyone
Our Sunday School classes meet immediately after worship and are an easy way to meet new people in the church and go a little deeper in faith learning and discussion! Each class has a different demographic, though some are mixed; many of our classes use the Sunday School time for sermon discussion and life application. All classes are open to visitors!
Throughout the year our prayer group meets weekly to lift up congregational concerns. From September through May we host a variety of elective classes such as Financial Peace, parenting resources, book clubs, or bible studies; our choir and worship teams hold rehearsals during these times as well.
Ladies who are available during the week are invited for this in-depth bible study. Meeting each Tuesday at 10:30am, this group of women of all ages support each other through prayer, laughter, and real life discussion. (Childcare not provided)
Who: all women who have graduated high school
What: a weekend for rest, renewal, and relationships
When: yearly in the spring, Friday evening through Sunday noon
Where: locations we have visited include Lake Doniphan (Excelsior Springs, MO); Conception Abbey (Conception, MO); Crowne Plaza (Overland Park, KS)
Cost: generally in the $150 range; scholarships available
Ladies - need a night out of the house!? We dine out together on the first Monday of each month. Join us for food & fellowship!
Who: all men of SCN
What: a weekend to laugh, play, learn, and pray
When: yearly, in the spring or fall
Where: last year we stayed at Life Change Camp in Clinton, MO
Cost: generally around $100; scholarships available
Men of all ages are welcome to join for a filling breakfast, connecting with other men in the congregation, and a devotional thought from Pastor Chuck or other guest speaker.