Feel free to look around at the many events we hold here at Sharon.   

  • Superbowl chili cook-off

    This is held on Superbowl Sunday immediately following morning worship.  Come join us and feel free to bring your own homemade chili.  We always have lots of people get in on the fun and the competition. Chili is judged on taste, texture, aroma, and appearance.  Join us for fun and the best chili this side of Oliver! And you might even win a prize.   


    During the school year kids K-6th grade meet every week for AWANA where they learn to know, love and serve God.  A typical AWANA evening includes learning about the Bible, music, games, and a lot of fun. For more information check out   

  • Kids clothes closet

    Several times a year we open our clothes closet to our community families. We generally have seasonal clothing in all kids’ sizes from babies to middle school age.  Clothing donations are always welcome!   

  • VBS

    Every summer we set aside one week for our children to learn about the Bible, play games, make crafts, sing and have fun together.  Who doesn't love a week of VBS!?   

  • Child-Parent dedication service

    We welcome parents with young children to participate in this special service in which we commit to raise our children in a manner pleasing to the Lord.  This is held each year on Mother's Day!

  • Youth Camp

    Each year we take time to leave behind our normal lives to focus on God and what he has for us.  Camp is a great time to connect with God and each other.  Price is different each year depending on where we go and what we do.  This is a typically done in June or July.  

  • Youth School's out trip

    Youth grades 6-12 celebrate the end of the school year with a trip out of town. The destination changes from year to year. Sometimes we go on a float trip, sometimes we go to a theme park, and other times we go to a lake. Regardless of where we go a good time is had by all. 

  • Hanging of the Green

    The decorations hung for the Christmas holidays have special meaning and significance, as is discovered during this morning worship service which includes song, story, and scripture.  This is a service in which the whole family can be involved. 

  • Trunk or treat

    This event occurs around Halloween.  We fill up our trunks with more candy than you can shake a vampire's cape at!  Bring your kids and a bag!  You will not be disappointed!  

  • Food Pantry

    We keep a well-stocked food pantry for families in our community who may find themselves in need. Food is available during specific dates in March, May, July, September, November, and December.  Please contact the church office for exact date and times.  If you wish to donate we welcome all non-perishable food items.