Ministries

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Our KidZone Children's Ministry is a place where kids enjoy growing in Christ. In addition to infant care and Sunday classes for preschool through sixth grade, we reach and teach the children in our community through special outreach events and a week-long summer VBS program. Awana is a worldwide Bible-based program that builds a strong Godly foundation using scriptural truths. Our Awana program runs during the school year and includes age-appropriate curricula for age 3 through high school.

   

We want junior high and high schoolers to know that God loves them and has an amazing plan for their lives. Students meet Sunday mornings and weeknights—and for many special events—to learn lifelong values that come from the timeless truths in the Bible. ​ Click to check out our Student Ministries websites: ​ ​Wildside is for middle school students (grades 6-8). ​Refuge serves high school students.

    

We provide many avenues to grow in relationship with each other and with the Lord. First, we believe that every person should be in a Small Group, so email and let us know you're interested! ​ Men's Ministry and Women's Ministry bring people of all ages together to learn, enjoy, fellowship, pray, and worship God through special events, game nights, retreats, and more. See our calendar page for upcoming activities and dates. ​ We enjoy going outdoors together, and we invite you to come along to On-Sight Shooting events, Family Camp, and more.

    

Celebrate Recovery is a biblical and balanced program that helps us overcome our hurts, hang-ups, and habits. It is based on the actual words of Jesus rather than psychological theory. In a confidential setting, learn to overcome low self-esteem, need to control, depression, anger, co-dependency, dependency on alcohol or drugs, pornography, fear of rejection or abandonment, perfectionism, broken relationships, abuse, and more. Celebrate Recovery started at Saddleback Church 20 years ago is now in over 20,000 churches worldwide. CR at Antelope Springs is held every Saturday night at 6 p.m.

     

Our Lord tells us in Matthew 25:35-36 that we are to be compassionate and serve people in need: “For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me.” At Antelope Springs, we are here to help both our church family and our community. We provide resources to bolster household needs for food and clothing while counseling and prayer are avenues to meet spiritual needs. We also go into our community to serve the homeless and encourage those who are seeking Jesus.

     

Many people come together to volunteer each week so we are able to worship our Almighty God through song, study, and fellowship. You'll find that investing a few hours each week or month will bless others and yourself as well. ​ Allow the Lord to work through you. Please email our volunteer coordinator if you are interested in serving in the worship band, greeting and usher ministries, hospitality, communion, room setup, A/V, children and youth ministries, or elsewhere. We welcome you to get involved!

      

Much planning and behind-the-scenes work goes into maintaining our church and our unified focus on God's mission. We are always in need of those who can help the church "be in the world but not of it." Facility maintenance, landscaping, office work and leadership are just some of our opportunities. You can call the church office and come in for a few hours during weekdays to help in and around the church. ​ Do you know members at the church whose hearts are with the Lord and whose actions follow Jesus’ servant-leader model? Please nominate and pray for them as deacons, deaconesses, and elders. We vote for our leadership every fall.