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Young adults

College students and young adults are a big part of the Sunday-morning experience at Foothills. We eat breakfast together at 8:30am on Sundays and worship at the 9am gathering. We also meet on Sundays for a small group experience. We typically meet when Corban University is in session and break for holidays and summer. Want to connect with us? Email Justin Holden and ask him to add you to our Facebook group. 

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Our goal is to connect women inter-generationally, to draw them to Christ through His Word, and to disciple women toward spiritual growth and maturity.

We seek to be passionate participants in our church and community. We want women of all ages and life seasons to gather, because we thrive when we're loving one another and serving our community, lifting up the name of Jesus together.

Our theme this year is “Abide.” We will be doing a Bible study in 1,2 & 3 John by Jen Wilkens.

Connect and learn with us in one of these places:

Bible Study

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During September through May, we choose a topic or a book of the Bible, to study. Our meeting times are on Monday night and Wednesday morning.

For more info email Arlene Tepper.

Mom to Mom


Moms, this is the place to come and share the joys and challenges of raising young children. We (moms and kids) meet at Foothills on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month, 9:30am-11am, throughout the school year. 

Email Rachel Wilson for details.

The Connection

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Several times a year, we gather in the Foothills sanctuary to hear an inspirational speaker.
For more info email Amy Bentz.

For more information regarding any of our events or on Women’s Ministry in general email Brenda Gescher.

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sixty & Serving

60s & Serving is for anyone sixty years of age and up. We meet on the second Saturday of each month at Neufeldt's Restaurant in Aumsville. Much of our work involves praying for each other, assisting individuals, and serving the Stayton and Sublimity communities. Contact Tim Taylor for more information.