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IF AT ANY POINT THIS WEEKEND YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE SOME NEXT STEPS IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS, PLEASE TEXT “UNITEDWKND” TO 97000

UNITED WKND 2023 - SCHEDULE

FRIDAY
6:30pm - Check-In at Social Circle Theater
7:30pm - Session 1
9:30pm - (head to host homes)
10:00pm - Small Group Time
11:30pm - Lights Out

SATURDAY
8:00am - Quiet Time/Breakfast
9:30am - Doors Open/Arrival
10:00am - Session 2
Travel to Social Circle Elementary School
12:00pm-1:00pm - Lunch
1:00pm-2:00pm- Middle School Breakout Session // High School Rec. and Games
2:15pm-3:15pm - High School Breakout Session // Middle School Rec. and Games
3:15pm-4:00pm - Freetime/Back to Host Homes
4:00pm-6:00pm - Shower and Clean-Up
6:00pm-7:00pm - Dinner at Elementary School
7:00pm - Doors Open at Theater
7:30pm- Session 3
9:30pm - Close—Head back to host homes
10:00pm - Small Group Time
11:30pm - Lights Out

SUNDAY
8:00am-Breakfast & testimony time
10:00am - Social Circle Campus Worship -or-
11:00am - Walnut Grove Campus Worship
**Wear your UNITED WKND t-shirt**
Kids are dismissed to go home after church

Miss United Wknd 2022? Check out this recap!

saturday breakouts

  • How to Study the Bible - Megan Sorrow
  • Anxiety/Depression - Panel Discussion with Shaq Hardy, Katilyn Stubbs, and Katelyn Boyd
  • Joy in Suffering - Stephanie Dills
  • Fighting Sin and Temptation - Tyler Cloud
  • How to Share your Faith - Russ Butcher
  • Spiritual Gifts - Eli Hickey

Fuge camp: june 26th - july 1st, 2023

Don't let the fun stop after United WKND! We are going back to FUGE camp in 2023! Summer camp is essentially an entire week of what you will experience during United WKND, so you do not want to miss it. Spots are limited, so make sure you sign up quick! For more information, click the link below or watch the FUGE promo video!

Playlist for the weekend

Friday night
small group time

Read Mark 10:17-31 together as a group.

What does the rich man call Jesus? How does Jesus respond? What is the difference in calling Jesus ”teacher” and calling Jesus “Lord”? What does this tell us about the rich man’s relationship with Jesus?

What does he ask Jesus?

The rich man says that he has kept God’s commandments but what does Jesus say he is missing? How does Jesus respond to his answer?

What do you think Jesus says, “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than it is for a rich person to enter the kingdom of God?

How is it possible to be saved?

Giving up our own desires, our own wills, our possessions to follow Jesus is difficult but what is our reward?

Some people have radical, come-to-Jesus moments. Others experience change in their lives over time. Regardless of how fast or slow, Jesus ALWAYS transforms the lives of His followers. What changes has he made in your life? What changes do you sense He is currently directing you towards?

Are there any other ways you have sensed God speaking to you tonight? What is He telling you? How will you respond?

IF AT ANY POINT THIS WEEKEND YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE SOME NEXT STEPS IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS, PLEASE TEXT “UNITEDWKND” TO 97000

Saturday Morning Devotion

Matthew 4:18-22
18 As Jesus was walking beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw two broth- ers, Simon called Peter and his brother Andrew. They were casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. 19 “Come, follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will send you out to fish for people.” 20 At once they left their nets and followed him.
21 Going on from there, he saw two other brothers, James son of Ze- bedee and his brother John. They were in a boat with their father Zebedee, preparing their nets. Jesus called them, 22 and immedi- ately they left the boat and their father and followed him.


What did the disciples give up and leave behind to follow Jesus?


What excuses do Christians today often make that keep us from leaving everything behind as we answer Christ’s call?


Who are some people in your life that have committed their lives to Jesus? What have they left behind?


Are you willing to do the same? Why or why not?


What are you willing to give up for Jesus? What are you not will- ing to give up? Is there anything you sense Jesus might be ask- ing you to give up? (What are you holding on to or what in your life is more important than following Jesus?)


Write out a prayer in a note or notebook.


IF AT ANY POINT THIS WEEKEND YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE SOME NEXT STEPS IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS, PLEASE TEXT “UNITEDWKND” TO 97000

saturday Night
Small Group Time

Read John 6:22-27 together as a group.

Why did this crowd go looking for Jesus? What were they craving? What did Jesus promise them? Why?

From the following list, what three things do you desire most?
Chocolate //  Ice Cream // Video Games // Friends // Good Conversation // Facebook Time // Sports // Dessert // Good Book // Cell Phone // Instagram followers // Date for Friday Night // Approval // Sleep // Relationship with Parents // Good Grades // Music // Otther

Although God has given us all kinds of good things we crave, such as food, recreation, and community, ultimately our cravings are designed to be satisfied by the Creator. The cravings we have should lead to Je- sus, not replace Him as the focus of our worship.

Often we choose our cravings over God without even realizing what we’re actually doing. When have your cravings replaced your desire to follow Christ?

What’s the difference between knowing God and desiring God? What in your life is getting in the way of longing for God more than anything else in this world?

So when it comes to replacing our cravings for a desire for God, where do we start? In John 6:28, the crowd asks, “What can we do to perform the works of God?” In other words, tell us what God requires and we will do it.” How would you answer their question?

Do you ever feel like Christianity consists of nothing more than a list of truths to believe and things to do? Do you ever find yourself weary of the process of trying to do it all? If we’re not careful, we’ll be consumed by trying to keep up with everything: quiet time, prayer time, Bible study, small groups, serving opportunities. Our faith becomes more of a duty than something we delight in. This is the curse of superficial religion: the constant attempt to do outward things apart from inward transformation.

Do you see superficial religion in your own life? What are some ways you can help each other cultivate a deeper desire for Jesus? What can you do on your own to find ultimate satisfaction in Jesus?


IF AT ANY POINT THIS WEEKEND YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE SOME NEXT STEPS IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS, PLEASE TEXT “UNITEDWKND” TO 97000

Sunday Morning Devotion

Matthew 4:18-22
10 When you obey my commandments, you remain in my love, just as I obey my Father’s commandments and remain in his love. 11 I have told you these things so that you will be filled with my joy. Yes, your joy will overflow! 12 This is my commandment: Love each other in the same way I have loved you. 13 There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. 14 You are my friends if you do what I command.

What have you learned about your purpose as a Christian this week- end? How will you live out your purpose this week?


Who are three people that you feel like God is calling you to grow in love towards as Christ works in them?


Who is someone you find difficult to love? How can you grow in your love for them?


Write our a prayer in a note or notebook.


IF AT ANY POINT THIS WEEKEND YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE SOME NEXT STEPS IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS, PLEASE TEXT “UNITEDWKND” TO 97000

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