Current series:

 
 
I’ll be there for you!
 
We all want friends that kind of friend… who will be there through thick and thin.  But in our disconnected culture, in which we’re more likely to send a text than meet for coffee, people are more feeling more disconnected than ever.  
 
This teaching series will explore how to cultivate the meaningful relationships that add joy and meaning to life. Join us for Friends this Sunday, 9:30 or 11 AM at Shiloh Christian School.
 
 
 

Upcoming series:

We own nothing. 

Everything–from our houses and cars to our kids and bodies–are temporary gifts to manage for a short while. As the saying goes, God gives, and God takes away. So instead of feeling overly protective of “my stuff,” we get to temporarily care for God’s stuff. This changes how we budget, save, give and live. Join us for God-given, starting October 27.
 

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82* of people would go to church… if they were invited.  

 
Surprisingly, most people in our lives are open to faith. As we learn how to develop authentic relationships, inviting becomes a natural way to change lives! 
 
You are invited to 82%, starting July 28.
 
*Study cited in The Church Growth Flywheel by Rich Birch
 
 
Don’t miss the power. 
 
Baptism as no boring rite of passage. It’s the elevation of our identity to the highest level (divine royalty!). Join us on July 14 and 21 to discover what it means to be baptized or initiated into God’s family, and join us on August 11 to experience this gift in your own life! 

B.L.E.S.S. Somebody!
 
We are “blessed to be a blessing,” but what does that actually mean, and how do we do it?  This summer at Surprise, you’ll learn 5 simple steps for blessing people in your life and neighborhood. You’ll discover Jesus’ method of listening and sharing stories over a meal, which can feel as natural as breathing. It’s all part of the Great Summer Grill Adventure! 
 
Join us for Blessing Bismarck this Sunday at 10:30 AM. Remember that we’ll gather on Sunday, May 26 at the Belle Mehus Auditorium and then return to Shiloh Christian School starting Sunday, June 2.
 
Blessing Bismarck visual aid (downloadable PDF)
 
 

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He’s kind of a big deal.
 
Jesus is the most known and impactful human that ever lived, and it’s not even close. But most of us have a lot of questions about him.  Join us for a series that will explore the person and legacy of Jesus Christ, his impact on history, and his relevance to each of our lives.
 
Join us for Who Is This Man at 9:30 & 11 AM
starting Sunday, April 28 at the Belle Mehus Auditorium.*
 
*After April 28, Surprise will return to our normal location of Shiloh Christian School.
*See our schedule for Easter at Belle Mehus.  
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