CHILdren

Our Children's Ministry seeks to provide a safe and friendly environment in which children can learn, grow, play, and worship.  From the indoor playground to the caring volunteers, we strive to make sure that every child has an exciting and meaningful experience.  Our Children's Ministry includes nursery care, Sunday school classes, children's worship services during both adult worship services, High Voltage Wednesday nights, VBS, camps, as well as many other exciting trips and events.


See the Children's Ministry Facebook page here.


To learn more, contact Brent Godsey.

YOUTH

The Student Ministry is the place to come and connect with middle and high school students.  You can worship God through praise, talk about real life in small groups, learn from God's word, and hang out with other students.  The Student Ministry is a welcoming group that has a blast together.  The staff and volunteers desire to see you develop a life-long devotion to Jesus Christ and help you make these years some of your best.


To see the Youth Ministry Facebook page, click here.


Contact Parker Wray  with questions.

IMoMS

iMOMs is for mothers or caregivers of school-aged children (elementary through college) who are intentional about raising their children with Christian values.  The goal of iMOMs is to educate, inspire, empower and equip moms with tools and fellowship to strengthen themselves so they can, in turn, foster positive spiritual growth for their family and community.  This women's ministry is open to anyone in Danville or the surrounding communities.


iMOMs offers monthly meetings over lunch, service projects, social gatherings, and Bible studies.


iMOMS will begin the 2020-21 year virtual only.  Email Julane at the link below for more details.


To learn more, please contact Julane Hamon.

CELEBRATE RECOVERY

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ centered recovery program that addresses all of life’s hurts, hang-ups and habits.  If you struggle with any of the items listed below, Celebrate Recovery is a place where you can find healing and support.

 

Anger

Self Injury

Chemical Addiction

Grief

Food Addiction

Eating Disorders

Gambling

Codependency

Sexual Addiction

Physical Abuse

Divorce Support

Emotional Abuse

Same Sex Attraction

 

Don’t let the hurts, hang-ups, and habits of life limit you any longer.  Take a bold step toward recovery with others who are finding freedom. 


Due to the coronavirus, we have altered our meeting time and format.  Until further notice we will meet at 7 pm in the church's main auditorium.  We are not able to serve a meal at this time or provide child care.  We hope to return to our normal time and format in the near future.  Follow our Facebook page for updated information.


To see the Celebrate Recovery Facebook page, click here.


For more information, contact Mike Crowe.

MOPS

MOPS is a Christian-based organization for mothers of children ages pregnancy through 5 years old.  MOPS hosts monthly meetings with food, fellowship, guest speakers, and discussion groups - all of which are relevant to the difficult job of being a mom!  In addition to meetings, MOPS meets each month for a Mom's Night Out and a play date with the kids.  It's a way to spend time with other moms who can relate to you and support you.


The 2020-21 year will begin as virtual only.  Please email Renae below for more details.


For more information, contact Renae Ellis.

Women's Ministry

The women's ministry is a Christ-led group of women who nurture, encourage, and equip each other in their relationship with Christ.


Growth: Resources and tools are provided through group prayer opportunities, Bible studies, and retreats.


Service: Service opportunities are made available both locally and globally.


Fellowship: Fun-filled events are provided throughout the year to help nurture relationships with each other.


For more information, contact Veronica Crall-Martin.

JAIL MINISTRY

Men from IHCC operate a library ministry at the Boyle County Dentention Center.  This ministry allows those incarcerated to check out books each week.  In addition, Bibles and devotional books are distributed as requested.  Contact the church office if you would like to volunteer with this ministry.

BACKPACK KIDS

The Backpack Kids program provides a weekend's worth of food for school-aged children in the community.  Boxes are packed during the week and delivered on Fridays.  More than 200 children are served each week through this ministry.  Volunteers are needed to help pack boxes and deliver food.  You can also help by bringing small jars of peanut butter to the church office.


To see the Backpack Kids Facebook page, click here.


For more information, contact Boomer Heck.