Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Want to know what training opportunities we have this year? Here you can see the upcoming Labs (three-hour intensives on Saturdays), Equips (90-minute trainings on Sunday nights), and some other one-time events happening at The Village in 2018.

Want to request space for an event? Visit myvillagechurch.com/request.

The 2018 Lineup

Sexual Assault Awareness
Saturday, April 14th

Ordinary Ordinances
Sunday, April 15th

Finance Lab
Saturday, May 19th

Language of the Gospel
Sunday, June 3

Prayer Lab
Saturday, June 23

Group Leader Basics
Sunday, August 5

Family Meeting
Sunday, August 26

Village Gate
Sunday, October 21

Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault Awareness:
Making It Part of the Conversation

Saturday, April 14th | 10:00am-12:00pm
Registration Open ! (click here)

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and we are gathering to do just that; raise awareness. In this event, we will be discussing who this affects and when and how to intervene. There will be a panel of guest speakers sharing how this affects different communities and families and how to move forward. Our goal is to make this a part of your conversation. Unless we stand up and speak out, we cannot heal, we cannot support, and we cannot protect.

Ordinary Ordinances:
Understanding Baptism & Communion

Sunday, April 15 th | 6:00-7:30pm
Registration Open! (click here)

Besides gathering and scattering, there are actually two other rhythms we celebrate at The Village: baptism and communion. While most churches agree that these two ordinances are meant to be embraced by the church today, many of them differ on what they actually are, why they matter, and how to practice them. We want folks at The Village to know why we do what we do so that they can fully, purposefully participate in the regular ways we celebrate who God is and what he’s done for us through Jesus.

Finance Lab:
A Class About Money

Saturday, May 19th | 9:00am-12:00pm
Registration Open! (click here)

The Village is offering a free class on how to think about and manage the money we have. The class will be built around some teaching, some group discussion, and some time for you to ask questions and consider your own finances. We’ll be addressing what the bible says about money, why it seems so hard to manage, and other practical tools and advice.