Adults can get involved in small groups, Bible studies, a Friendship group for people with cognitive impairments, the social justice committee, and more. Learn more.
Middle and high school youth gather for weekly Bible study and bi-weekly youth group activities. Community-based IMPACT clubs offer opportunities for service learning. Learn more.
Kids are an integral and important part of Sherman Street church, starting with nursery for infants and toddlers, to Praise and Play, Children’s Worship, church school, and Wednesday Night Kids’ Club. Learn more.
Intro to Sherman Street
If you want to learn more about the history, mission, and quirks of Sherman Street Church, you’re invited to attend a one-hour “no strings attached” intro to Sherman Street session. Please contact the church office to find out when the next class is scheduled.
Sunday Morning Prayer Team
A team of a church elder and a congregation member are available after each morning worship service to pray with those who desire prayer for personal concerns or joys. If you would like to serve as a team member, contact the office. Training is available.
Our Food Pantry is open every Tuesday evening. Coordinated by the deacons and staffed by volunteers, the pantry contains dry goods, canned goods, frozen meat, and bread and personal care items. Referrals are taken by Baxter Community Center.
A food truck comes to Sherman Street’s parking lot on one Saturday of most months. All who are in need of food are welcome. A sign announcing the Food Truck is placed in front of the church on weeks it will be there. Call the church office (616-452-7034) for more details.