New to Ward? We’d love to say hello. Bring your own sweet treat for this informal Zoom gathering on Wednesday, September 23. Get to know our Senior Pastor Scott McKee, meet others new to Ward. Learn more about Jesus, Ward Church, and ask questions to learn how we can come alongside you in this season of life. Register in advance.
Tuesday, July 28 at 6:30 p.m. Front line workers and first responders have been meeting some of the most intense challenges head on to help keep us safe throughout this crisis. If you are one, or you love and support a first responder, this webinar will help you understand more about the mental and emotional challenges front line workers have experienced, and how to find healing even in the midst of trauma.
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. You are invited to be part of Team World Vision! This is a team full of individuals of all different abilities and experiences, passionate about ending the global water crisis. Together, we can make clean water more accessible around the world.
WardKids and WardStudents have been actively tracking the situation around COVID-19 in an effort to make the best decision possible regarding NextGen Summer Camp. The situation in Michigan is rapidly changing, with new information on a daily basis. Unfortunately, there is no way to accurately predict the situation and potential restrictions for the month of June. Due to this uncertainty, and out of an abundance of caution, we have decided that it is in the best interest for everyone involved to cancel NextGen Summer camp for this year.
One of Ward Church’s Core Values is “Thoughtful Theology.” We avoid simplistic answers and ask some tough questions in our faith and in our lives. If you’ve ever had questions about God’s sovereignty, humankind’s depravity or predestination – we’ll dive into some teaching and discussion on this and more at the upcoming seminar.
“Where have I been saying no? What am I afraid of – where I can take a step in faith and say yes? God asked Moses to just say yes, and God opened the doors for him. He’ll do that for me. Do I want to be the guy who buries what God has given me?” asks Ward elder Kurt Lipsky, “Or be one who just gives back a little? Or – do I want to be one who has done the most with what He’s given me?”
Bring friends and family with you for an action-packed Sunday, February 2. Beginning after the 9:30 services, you can participate in (or observe in laughter) the outrageous and quirky line-up of the 60 second in-it-to-win-it games! They’re perfect for any ounce of athleticism you may or may not have.