Meeting Groups


Senior Adults ministry was originally designed for those 55 and older, but more recently has become an outlet for any adult.  This group has regular social functions including monthly restaurant gatherings and monthly activities. Over 70 people have participated in one way or another through this ministry in the last year.  For more information, please contact Judy Daye.





Beginning the week of September 22, our church services and FUSION groups will be using "The Circle Maker" as our focus. 40 Days of Prayer: What is God calling YOU to pray about? Join a group for this 6 week series based on the Circle Maker (available for purchase in the foyer). We will discuss a simple method to put your prayer power into action. This is a great study for anyone!


We have a FUSION GROUP for you!

There are groups for EVERYONE—couples, singles, males or females, young adult or senior citizen. We have groups with couples only or singles and couples together. FUSION Groups are starting soon and we would love for you to join us. Check out the information below and sign up NOW!

What is a FUSION Group?

A FUSION group is a relationally based gathering of 8-16 individuals. These individuals interact, support and pray for one another and meet once a week to discuss a Biblically based lesson. Each group will have the opportunity to participate in outreach projects, celebration services and fun social times.

What happens at a FUSION Group Meeting?

FUSION Group meetings are typically held in homes and last approximately 2 hours. The group participates in discussion and prayer. Meetings also include a time of light refreshments before or afterwards.

Why should I be in a FUSION Group?

FUSION Groups are a reat way to get connected to others in a very special way. FUSION group members provide support for their group members during times of crisis and concern. Being in a FUSION group allows you to grow in your faith and get connected to others.


Deaf ministry at Wooster Church reaches 30-40 deaf and hard of hearing people. Sunday interpreting (ASL) is provided in the 10:00 service with a Sunday School class following. Once a month fellowship times and special deaf rally events are also sponsored by this group. The group desires to minister to and provide support to those who are deaf or hard of hearing.  For more information, please contact Deb Heller.