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Finding Your Place.

There are many ways to get connected at Avenue; from small group ministry and Bible Studies, to common interest groups and service opportunities with ARBC.  A little shy?  Drop us a line, so we can have somebody show you around!


Prayer & Worship

Join us for other prayer and worship events throughout the month including:

  • Prayer service the first 3 Wednesday nights of the month at 7:00 p.m.
  • Sunday night service last Sunday of the month (check the bulletin for updates)


Weekly Opportunities

Find mutual support and encouragement.

Ladies Take-a-Break

Tuesdays from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. in the Johnston Room (upper level).  Childcare is provided (please let us know in advance).  Want to find out more?  Call us at: (519) 621-4391.

Friendship Circle:

The Friendship Circle enables women of all ages to learn of current mission needs, and opportunities for service, in an atmosphere of mutual encouragement, friendship and spiritual growth.  They meet in the church narthex the third Tuesday of each month, from 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.


Silver Circle:

The Silver Circle is for all Seniors (50+). They meet at the church the second Wednesday of each month at 11:30 a.m. A short devotion is held at the church prior to being served lunch and enjoying an early afternoon activity or entertainment.


Adult Choir:

All singers in grade 7 through Adulthood, who enjoy singing praises to God, are invited to join the ARBC Adult Choir led by Jim Kropf.   Practices are held at the church each Thursday evening from 7:15 p.m to 8:45 p.m.   New members are welcome!  See: "Music" for more details ...


Sewing in Action:

Sewing in Action Ministry

Sewing in action is a ministry dedicated to providing garments and functional accessories for individuals and ministries in need.  Sewing experience isn't necessary, and training is provided.  Come make friends and a difference!  Church membership isn't necessary either, and our volunteers consist of ladies from both the church and community.  Questions?  Please call the office for further information.

Starting in 2011, the goal for those interested is to learn basic sewing skills.  The idea came up that while learning, the group could make dresses for an orphanage in Africa.  Thus the name: "Sewing in Action" to reflect its purpose.  Over the years, over a hundred dresses have been made for Faith Orphanage in Zambia, as well as donated for missions trips on request.

Only recently, the youth group joined us in making bags and pencil cases that were placed in Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes, as well as donations to Samaritan's Purse.  Lap quilts have been crafted and donated to a Cambridge area respite home, we have assisted the group "Days for Girls", and additional efforts have been underway making hats for cancer patients at Cambridge Hospital.

Life Groups:


This L.I.F.E Group meets every 1st and 3rd Friday at the church from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. at the church starting September 22, and is facilitated by John Bunner. 


Outreach Projects

Meet new friends as you serve others together.

There's no better way to get connected, than to give you a job!  Come on board and join one of our exciting "Reaching Out" projects, as you work alongside others for a common goal: serving others in Jesus' Name.  Check here for an overview ...



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"The Bible makes abundantly clear, again and again ... that God uses the most messed-up, flawed, not-good-enough
people to do His will ... , because messed-up, flawed, not-good-enough people are all He has to choose from."

... Ruth Soukup