Faithweavers is our Wednesday night program for children 5 years old through 5th grade.
Our goal is to see each child learn the Bible and understand the basics of coming into a relationship with Jesus Christ.
The weekly meeting starts with an assembly where the children hear a lesson and sing songs together. After that, they travel around to various stations to have the basic message of the lesson reinforced through the structured activities and meaningful interaction with the adult leaders.
Our directors, Allen and Tonya Tetrick, are faithful servants who have been in children’s ministry for over a decade.
Faithweavers meets every Wednesday night at SpringCreek Fellowship during the school year and runs from 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
To find out more about Faithweaver Friends, contact Allen and Tonya Tetrick at AllenT@springcreekfellowship.com.
Our goal at SpringCreek Fellowship is to equip students to know God and become disciples. It is not enough for students to have a relationship with a “church” or “youth group”, they need to experience a relationship with Jesus Christ.
This group meets Wednesday nights (6:30-8:00 pm) in a time of worship and teaching encompassing all of the student ministry.
The key player in SpringCreek Student Ministries are the small group leaders who takes an active role in praying for, encouraging, and mentoring the students within this group.
We also have periodic events such as service days, conferences, and fun outings for students to get to know one another and grow spiritually.
Our desire is to raise up students that are “on mission”. We understand that God has a purpose and plan for each student and desires for each one to embrace fully what God had called them to.
For more information, contact Pastor Josh @ 620-714-0504 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
SpringCreek Women's Ministry- We want to raise up godly women who will also impact their families, the workplace, the church, and the community for Jesus. This is also done through small group studies, special events, retreats and service projects. For more information, contact Sarah Benefiel at email@example.com.
N72 is our men’s ministry. The name comes from Nehemiah 7:2: “. . . because he was a man of integrity and feared God more than most men do.” We want to raise up godly men who will impact their families, the workplace, the church, and the community for Jesus. This is done through small group studies, training events, retreats and service projects. For more information, contact Allen Tetrick at AllenT@springcreekfellowship.com or Pastor Josh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
C.A.R.E. Groups (Connect, Assist, Relate, Encourage) is our small group ministry. We want our small groups to be safe places, where people can connect to one another, assist one another, deepen Relationships with one another, and encourage one another in the journey of faith. These community groups meet at the church, in member's homes and in the community. For more information, contact David Whisel at email@example.com.