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Service Times

Sunday Mornings

8:30am | 9:30am | 11:00am 

Bible Study Classes for adults. (Kids', Students', and College Sunday School meets at 9:30am)

9:30am 

On-Campus Worship in the Sanctuary only

11:00am 

On-Campus Worship in the Sanctuary

Livestream Worship

6:00pm

AWANA Table Groups and Large Group Lessons

Adult Bible Study in Room 136

Sunday Nights 

Wednesday Nights 
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5:00pm

MidWeek Meal in the Gym- RSVP by Tuesday at 4:00pm.

Adults | $5  High School Students | $4  15 Years and Younger | $2 College Students eat free! (Household max is $15)

6:00pm 

Adult Bible Study - Room 135

Kids - AWANA (Rooms 105 & 106)

Youth - In the Point

7:45pm 

College Worship in the Gym (Coffee at 7:45pm, Worship starts at 8:00pm)

Weekly 

Discipleship groups meet throughout the week.

Summer Schedule

(Activities like the MidWeek Meal, Awana, and MidWeek Bible studies will resume in September.)

"Can I Ask That?" : A 3-week study on Wednesday Nights

Join us for the follow-up to this summer's sermon series, "Can I Ask That?" We'll take the time to explore some of the topics that we covered in more detail and in an environment where we can have honest conversations about hard questions.

August 24, August 31, & September 7 

In the Sanctuary at 6:00 pm

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you.

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not bricks.

We are believers,

We love to tell Walnut Street Stories.

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"The love that God showed me is the love that I want to be able to show other people in everything I do."

- Miriam

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"Now I'm clean on the inside and the outside."

- Bill

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"I always knew that Jesus was crucified... but it never really came to me until I started coming to Walnut Street."

- Brailey