Meeting online to be transformed by Jesus, in order to love God, love one another, and love our neighbors
Flood groups will continue to meet weekly online via Zoom (video conferencing) during this “shelter at home” season. We have groups of all types and sizes that share life, reflect on Scripture, pray, and encourage one another to serve in Jesus’ name.
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Join us for this exploration of Latasha Morrison’s book, Be the Bridge. “With racial tensions as high within the church as outside the church, it is time for Christians to become the leaders in the conversation on racial reconciliation. This power-packed guide helps readers deepen their understanding of historical factors and present realities, equipping them to participate in the ongoing dialogue and to serve as catalysts for righteousness, justice, healing, transformation, and reconciliation.”
Materials Needed: A copy of the book (also available as an eBook)
This group is for the Elementary “Blue Group” and meets via Zoom led by Jamie and her team.
This group is for any middle school and high school students looking to grow in faith, community, and action.
Flood Young Adults (FYA) is for anyone college and post-college aged looking to grow in faith, community, and action.
These groups are for those who are a part of the Flood North County campus, or live in that area and are looking to connect with others to grow in faith, community, and action.
Join the 50 and Up group for fun and online games via Zoom!
The Color of Compromise is not a call to shame or a platform to blame white evangelical Christians. It is a call to love Christ’s Body, the Church, and desire to practice a more racially unified church that no longer compromises what the Bible teaches about human dignity and equality. This class will begin with a video introduction form author Jemar Tisby, followed by discussion, a short survey of the books themes, and next steps.
We want to see you… in person! Join our staff for some FREE Chic-Fil-A and say “Hi!” Drive through or park and picnic at our new building with us. We’ll have a live DJ spinning summer and physical distancing space if you want to bring a lawn chair. Decorate your car, and bring your own drinks.
Jesus said, “Do not worry …” yet how many of us have experienced a bit of worry or fear over these past several weeks? Join Pastor Adam Klekowski and Wanda Brothers, LMFT, SEP as they explore spiritual and practical skills to manage and reduce stress and anxiety and to bring the peace of God back into our daily awareness. Learn how your physical body acts as either the doorway to “God’s peace that passes understanding”, or the blockade to peace and a sense of safety. The time will include some teaching and simple powerful tools and exercises to use daily to defeat the power of fear and to calm and ground the body and mind.
Join Jamie Van Dyke, elementary kids director and Jenna Hillman, licensed marriage and family therapist, as they explore what it means to parent during a pandemic.
Topics of discussion will include: creating a new normal, identifying and supporting children with anxiety, navigating grief and loss, prioritizing self care and finding joy in the midst of crisis.
At this event, Heather Pederson, LMFT, will guide us in exploring how our Enneagram number influences the way we engage in relationships and special considerations we can have for ourselves and the people we care about to deepen our connections. Whether you have attended previous Enneagram workshops or not, this event is for you! As we seek to love and support others (and ourselves) in this time, this tool can practically help us in our understanding of ourselves and others. Click the button below to RSVP and receive a handout for this live-streamed event.
Flood Groups come in various types and sizes but with a single goal: to be transformed by the presence of Jesus, so that we can love God, love one another, and love our neighbors.
Learn more about the different types of Groups at Flood below.
Groups made up of singles, marrieds, and/or families.
Groups that engage specific issues in our local and global community through advocacy, awareness, and support.
Groups for men, women, young adults (18-29), career (30s), 50 and Up, and marrieds.
Short-term Groups designed to meet about a specific topic or area of growth (prayer, spiritual practices, book study, etc.).