Worship services are only one part of all we do at Conley's. Like all families, we love to get together.
This page highlights just a few of our upcoming events and activities. A more thorough list of activities is provided on our calendar.
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered so much of our lives . . . nothing is "routine" anymore! This page highlights some of the ministries that are going on despite health restrictions as well as some of the activities that we will return to when some semblance of normalcy returns. Please join us in praying for a swift and complete end to this crisis.
Bible Study, Sundays at 8:30am when health restrictions are lifted. This is our ongoing in-depth Bible class taught by Conley's
resident Bible scholar, the Rev. Dr. Jim Van Der Wall. Dr. Van Der Wall earned his Masters and Doctoral degrees from Drew University, and served for many years as a pastor in the Peninsula-Delaware Conference. Details below are for seasonal classes offered during the week.
Fall Semester. Now that the Summer Series has come to a close, we are preparing for our fall session. Due to the continued health restrictions, we are offering only one weekday class: the continuation of our Immerse Bible reading program. We will be reading Poets, and offering a discussion group on Wednesdays at 10am in the pavilion (the group will move inside in inclement weather). Books may be purchased through the church, or online by clicking here.
Youth & Family Night
The first Sunday of every month, 6-8pm when health restrictions are lifted
All middle school and high school students are invited along with their families. This is a time for young people to have good, wholesome fun, make friends, and discuss issues that are facing their generation from a biblical perspective.
Conley's Youth Connection
Mondays when Sussex County Public Schools are in session.
Given that Delaware schools will not be meeting in-person, we are developing an online version of CYC for this coming fall semester. Visit our CYC page on this website for more details