The primary function of a fuse is to protect the things attached to the current. Our Sunday evening events seek to do just that for the lives of our families–to provide protection from all that can overwhelm our lives. Our schedules are incredibly packed; most weeks we can hardly fit it all in.
At FUSE, we try to balance that hectic existence with fellowship, prayer, and casual worship targeting whole-family events that bring us together, rather than pull us apart.
Our Sunday night program generally runs from 6-8pm during the school year, beginning in the gym with a snack and organized rec games. We dismiss from the MPR and our pickup point is from the narthex beneath the steeple at 8pm.
Be sure to check the blog for information about this week’s program.
The Wire is where we really connect to God’s power. We’re halfway through the week—the Wire helps recharge our spiritual focus and provides both energetic worship as well as valuable small group discussion.
At the Wire our full-band worship and shared teaching time give way to small groups that break out by age, giving quality interaction within peer groups. It’s a friend-friendly evening; there are always a lot of visitors at The Wire!
This year we’re working through a series called TIME: Negotiating the Seasons of Spirituality based on the most recent book by Brian D. McLaren, Naked Spirituality: A Life With God In 12 Simple Words.
Be sure to check the blog each week for any variation from our usual schedule. The Wire meets Wednesdays in the MPR from 6:30-7:45pm immediately following supper.