We’re excited to announce that our online giving system is getting an upgrade starting May 3. Our hope is to provide a better giving experience for everyone and provide both you and Ward Church with a variety of benefits. Due to the secure nature of our online giving, we cannot automatically transfer your financial information without your help. Learn more!
Artist Scott Erickson’s artwork “Stations in the Street” presents a stark and visceral representation of Christ’s journey to the cross. This art gallery is currently featured at Ward Church, just outside of the sanctuary. The collection will remain through Easter Sunday. View a virtual presentation here.
Ward Church invites you to a dynamic Christmas experience with six online and in-person services over two days, December 23 + 24.
We will gather each Sunday in our Sanctuary at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. and stream worship online at 9:30 + 11 a.m., 2, 4 + 6 p.m.! Learn more about the safe worship options for you and the whole family today.
Sunday, May 24, 2020 at 2 PM – 4 PM. We would like to show the Groff family some love before they start their new journey serving Orangewood Church in Orlando, Florida.
Our Classic and Modern worship directors, John Beresford and Abbey Huisinga, have curated a list of their top worship songs to inspire hope. Bring hours of Songs of Hope to your weekly rhythm by adding these playlists to your library.
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.
“It’s not what you have imagined. It is not as much time as you think. And it is more rewarding than you would ever believe.”In spite of some early hesitations, this is how Gary Becker sums up the role of being a deacon. Gary grew up in church, and after he and Stacey married, they were always involved “making ministry happen.”