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Word of Life Church

Sunday Service - 10 AM

MIDWEEK

MIDWEEK

MIDWEEK

Every Wednesday, 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Location: Word of Life Church, 3902 NE Riverside Rd, Saint Joseph, MO US 64505

Coordinator: Derek Vreeland |

Website: http://wolc.com/what-we-do/midweek/

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MIDWEEK is a night for community and formation for the whole family.  

Our meal is served from 5:30 - 6:30PM and then MIDWEEK ministries start at 6:30 PM including: WOLKids and MYC Youth.

Upcoming MIDWEEK events for adults:

April 17: The final Unvarnished Jesus Small Group 

**NEW GROUPS STARTING APRIL 24**

Heart and Mind Films, Table Discussion, and Communities
Leader: Kathy Leach
Location: Life Center

This film series featuring Alexander John Shaia provides an opportunity for “holy listening” as we explore our relationship to God and others.

It provides a “wisdom way” of reading the 4 Gospels incorporating old and new theology, science, and practices through a “here and now” approach to radical transformation into Christlikeness.

This experience continues deeper into the work of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality. This group meets for six weeks in the Life Center.

Two short films from Alexander John Shaia will be shown in the Life Center immediately following the noon Holy Saturday Prayer Service on Saturday, April 20 in the Upper Room.


Exploring Ephesians: An eight-week interactive Bible study
Leader: Pastor Derek Vreeland
Location: East Meeting Room

We will study the letter to the Ephesians together exploring how we are to live in Christ as the people of God.
 + April 24: Ephesians 1:1-23
 + May 1: Ephesians 2:1-22
 + May 8: Ephesians 3:1-15
 + May 15: Ephesians 4:1-16
 + May 22: Ephesians 4:17-32
 + May 29: Ephesians 5:1-20
 + June 5: Ephesians 5:21 - 6:9
 + June 12: Ephesians 6:10-24


Encountering Islam
Leader: Ross Scholz
Location: The Porch
Ross will lead this group through a thoughtful and interactive look at Islam, one of the largest religions in the world. Loving our Muslim neighbors begins, in part, with a respectful understanding their religion.