We believe that what we do within each ministry should flow purposefully out of what we value and love.
Pender Hill School
Pender Hill School accepts children from ages 1-5 years of age. We accept all children without regard to race, color, creed, or religion. In addition to the school year, PHS offers summer camps
The mission of our Children's Ministry is to encourage the children of Pender to grow in God and become disciples of Jesus Christ, by nurturing, educating and mentoring them.
Calling all Middle School Students
-Want to meet with others your age on Sunday morning?
-Want to talk and laugh about a variety of topics?
-Want to learn a bit more about Jesus?
Come join the class that meets from 10:00-11:00 in Room 222. Feel free to bring a friend.
Any questions? Please contact Beth Dougherty or the church office for more details.
Turning Point Youth Group
Turning Point is a place where highschoolers can learn and grow in your walk with Christ at your own pace. We strive to make a safe place for students to be themselves and to turn their lives towards Jesus Christ.
Our college-age young adults get together for Bible Studies, choir, handbell ringing and more.
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Group for Adults:. Video and Conversation
From 10 to 10:15 we'll have coffee and fellowship. At 10:15 there is a short 10 minute video and then conversation.
Our music director, Brian Stevenson facilitates the “Nooma” series and class members for areas of topic and/or service ideas (books, lunch meetings, mission work etc.) Meets in the Library.
Sunday School for All Ages
Pender Sunday School is for all ages. We study a range of faith-based topics.
Pender hosts Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts and American Heritage Girls.
The Pender Hikers choose a different path every other Saturday.
We’re a place for men of all ages and places along their faith journeys to connect with other men, learn from other men, and serve alongside other men in our church, our neighborhoods and our world.
United Women in Faith (UMF) seeks to connect and nurture women through Christian spiritual formation, leadership development, creative fellowship, and education so that they can inspire, influence and impact local and global communities. The UWF has a variety of opportunities for fellowship. Circles meet at various times, some weekly. There’s a circle for women of all ages!
The Prime Timers are recently-and-not-so-recently-retired-aged folks, though anyone can join in the fun! We generally meet every month to share a meal or activity.
Do you like to read and talk about books? Do you like to read current bestsellers or classic books - mysteries, thrillers or non-fiction?
The Book Lovers Group meets monthly on the second Sunday at 4:00 PM. We are meeting by Zoom and normally we meet about 1 1/2 hours. We have a lively discussion about the book since sometimes we all like the book and other times, we can’t agree if we like the book.
Worship God in song, choir, handbells, recorder consort, clarinet, guitar, drums, praise band, penny whistle, orchestra, flute, harp, however you make music...
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Currently meeting online to knit and crochet prayer shawls, afghans, Military Outreach items, baby blankets and more.