We call our church Kroc Worship because worship is a verb. We do more than just warm seats on a Sunday. We promote service. At Kroc Worship, Sunday is just the beginning. Christian education and disciple making are at the top of our priorities. The church’s seed was planted only a few months before the completion of the Kroc building project, but already so much life has emerged from our congregation. We could think of no better place to call home than right in the center of the community, at the Kroc Center. God has certainly made more than adequate provision for this congregation, now we have no choice but to anticipate radical spiritual transformation, with our church supporting God’s heavy lifting. Kroc Worship invites you to stick around with us. If we can answer any questions or serve you in any way, please feel free to call us or drop by anytime.
EXTREME HOME MAKEOVER:
The Extreme Home Makeover is an initiative of Kroc Worship to get all parts of family units into a weekly character development program. Broken up into safe peer groups with impassioned experienced leaders that focus on meeting participants where they are as far as spiritual and character development. Extreme Home Makeover will work in four week blocks with the fifth week serving as a “Family Night” and the sixth week being a break from programming, only to start the cycle again the following Wednesday. Starting in January, we hope you’ll bring the entire family to Kroc Worship Wednesday nights at 6:00 PM.
If you’re ages 13-19 and don’t like being bored, Rebellion Youth Group may very well be the right thing for you. Every third Friday of the month, join us for what’s sure to be an adventure. Ask for details on upcoming events.
Adult Bible Study
If you are looking for a comfortable opportunity to unravel God’s word and it’s meaning for your life, join our laid back Bible study for adults Wednesdays at 6:00 PM. Comprised of short 4 week focused studies, the group delves into a range of topics. Often the structure of the meeting is driven by a video resource that lays the foundation. An open discussion fueled by pertinent questions lead into scriptural application and prayer.
The Salvation Army’s fun, safe and educational scouting programs include sunbeams for girls, girl guards for young women, and adventure corps and scouts for boys and young men. Rooted in the scouting tradition, The Salvation Army’s character building programs are biblically based with caring, trained leaders.
The Salvation Army Sunbeam Troop is a Christian education program designed for girls in grades 1 through 5. There are members throughout the United States.
The Sunbeam programs are organized in individual troops, and sponsored by the local Salvation Army corps. Volunteers and Salvation Army personnel provide leadership. Meetings may be held in corps community centers, schools, homes or other Salvation Army service centers.
The Salvation Army Adventure Corps is a Christian education program designed for boys in grades 1 through 5. Each section takes members through a series of achievement emblems and levels, helping boys to develop their individuality and potential through:
1. Gaining a sense of personal identity and character through interaction with other boys and leaders.
2. Learning the importance of Christian values and biblical truths by experiencing God’s Word and by the modeled example of their Christian leaders.
3. Developing physical, mental, and social skills as challenged by the Adventure Corps program.
4. Providing a balanced environment for learning, developing and caring that is child oriented and Christ centered.
If you would like your child to be a part of this great and challenging program please fill out the application and return to the leader.
Youth Nights are Wednesdays at 6pm.
Discipleship is much more than a Bible study; it’s literally a life style change. The paramount objective is a daily quiet time drenched in prayer and strategic study of scripture. Currently three discipleship groups are actively engaged in reshaping their lives to look more like Christ’s. The discipleship course is in blocks of nine weeks. Groups meet once a week in the evening for about an hour and a half. New groups are always forming. If you are interested and would like to sign up, contact Kelsey Pearce.
The Kroc Worship Team is a mixed group of talented local musicians who came together for one great purpose, to praise and worship our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. With the Holy Spirit as their lead, they share their love of God and music with the public hoping to set the foundation of worship at The Kroc Center, as well as being used as God’s vessel to do His work. Their goal is to help encourage the congregation and the community at large to fearlessly worship in spirit and truth. If you have a gift for music and think you could be a valuable addition to the team let us know, we’d love to have you!
If Discipleship isn’t the commitment you want to make right now, we have a more laid back study that’s great for any level of understanding. Comprised of short 4-8 week focused studies, the group delves into a range of topics. Often the structure of the meeting is driven by a video resource that lays the foundation. An open discussion fueled by pertinent questions lead into scriptural application and prayer. If this is something you are interested in, join us Wednesdays at 6:30 PM when we reconvene early June.
If you are interested in connecting your family to a positive, exciting and truly fun environment, Kroc Family Night’s are for you. Every six weeks we invite the community in for a free evening that gets the whole family working together on crafts, games and projects of all kinds. Our time will also include an encouraging program, a quality dinner and a rich time of fellowship.