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Midweek Workshops and Classes

F

eeding your soul
through midweek electives

Everyone is on a journey. Through these journeys, we learn more about our relationship with God, ourselves, and others. It is our desire as a church that through our Midweek Experience, you can move toward a deeper relationship with Christ, becoming who God has created you to be. As you scroll through our workshops, support and recovery programs, remember one thing…we are both humbled and excited to come alongside you as you engage in our Midweek Experience!

 

Upcoming Classes & Workshops


Boundaries + Bridges | Navigating Your Most Vital Relationships
7:30 p.m., Wednesdays, July 13, 20, 27, and August 3 | Activity Center
"Love God, love others” sounds easy, but when loving God means loving difficult people well, where do you turn? In this four-week RECOVER Summer Series workshop, you can learn the difference between healthy boundaries and necessary bridges—and when to build which. Taught by Scott Vaudrey, director of Willow’s Pastoral Response team and hosted by RECOVER director Chris Hurta. No registration required. Invite your friends, family, or small group. Learn more at willowcreek.org/recover.


CHILD & TEEN GRIEF
7 p.m., Wednesdays, Begins September 14
Children and students (kindergarten–grade 12) find encouragement, support, and skills for navigating the death of a loved one in this safe environment with others their age who have experienced a similar loss. Empathetic leaders help them process their grief through games, art, journaling, and storytelling as they experience God’s love and move toward healing. Register: willowcreek.org/youthgrief

 

RECOVER
Let's face it: we're all recovering from something.
You won't regret taking a bold step to address whatever issue or situation is holding you back or creating chaos in your world. RECOVER offers a safe, fun environment each week where you can learn, be heard, and find understanding through compelling large-group teaching and confidential small-group conversations. LEARN MORE
7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, year-round except for August 10, September 7, November 23, and December 21 & 28.
Room: Activity Center (near Entrance F)

 

RESTORE
Engage the areas of your marriage relationship that sometimes leave you in the ditch. In this high-challenge workshop, you can gain insight into yourself and your spouse so you can renew a deeper connection and help your relationship can get unstuck and on its way toward a better future. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER
7-9 p.m., Wednesdays, September 14-November 9

 

REBUILD: Finding Life After Loss
When a deep loss happens, where can you turn? REBUILD workshops offers comfort, hope, and practical tools that can help you grieve and move toward healing. This nine-week workshop, taught by REBUILD director Chrissie Steyn and team, offers a roadmap for helpful grieving after the death of a loved one, the end of a marriage, a stillbirth, infertility, or a miscarriage. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER
7:30 p.m., Wednesdays, September 14-November 16

 

HANDLING THE HOLIDAYS: A REBUILD WORKSHOP
This one-night REBUILD workshop explores helpful strategies for navigating the holidays after a significant loss, such as the death of a loved one, the end of a marriage, a stillbirth, infertility, or a miscarriage. Highly practical! Teacher: September Vaudrey. No registration required. LEARN MORE
7:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 9
Room: B100

Upcoming Classes & Workshops

Workshop Highlight

Dr. Gilbert Bilezikian, author, teacher, and theologian focuses on what the Bible says about the advantages and challenges of being single within the Christian community.

Audio Messages

Volunteer Opportunities

Join the Midweek Experience Team and use your gifts and passions to help kids, students, and adults take a next step in their spiritual journey. Sign up

Kids & Students

Kids (Infant to age 5)

Your kids will experience great childcare in a safe and fun environment provided by dedicated volunteers. No registration is necessary, however, you must check in your child every Wednesday. Look for the check-in location on the lower level of the Main Lobby near Promiseland Central.

Kids (Kindergarten through Grade 5)

Your Kindergarten through Grade 5 kids build relationships with their friends and leaders, and are empowered to value and understand God's Word, the Bible, through deeper Scripture engagement and Scripture memory, through a modified Awana curriculum. Registration is highly recommended. Learn more