- Starting Point
- Bible Study
- IF for Women
- Young Adult Group
- Middle Adult Group
- Mature Seekers
If you are new to DCC or interested in finding out more about the ministries of the church, please join us for “Starting Point.” This is an informal time following the Traditional service where you can hear about the vision of the church, get an overview of our ministries, and ask questions.
Starting Point sessions last about 15 to 20 minutes and children are welcome to attend. There is no commitment, just an opportunity to meet some of our pastors and staff and become better acquainted with the church. Feel free to grab some refreshments in the parlor and join us next door in the Library.
Here at DeWitt Community Church, our heartbeat is to provide a safe, loving environment where kids can experience God’s love, learn His truths, and grow in community together. We hope your children will join us for fun and learning as we dive into God’s Word and explore His truths together.
Contact Our Children’s Ministry Team
Safety is our #1 priority for our children and youth. We screen all our volunteers in children’s and youth ministry. Review our application to become a volunteer. Let us know if you have any questions.
We’d love to hear from you if you have any questions about our children’s ministry!
Phone | 315-445-0331
We were created by God and for God. Each day we seek to grow in love and trust in God. While it can be a lifelong journey, it can also be a lot of fun! We empower youth to Connect, Grow, and Serve in their homes, in our church, and out in our community.
Youth Ministry Online
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Sunday Youth Worship
Every Sunday at 11:00 AM the Youth Room (Room 7) is filled with the inviting strains of music from our youth worship team where youth, 6-12th Grade, gather to worship and grow together as a community.
6th & 7th Grade (Middle School)
Junior High students revel in the teachings of Christ as our teachers facilitate interactive, engaging activities and lessons from the Bible and demonstrate a practical faith that impacts actions and decision making.
Confirmation (8th Grade)
Our Conformation Class is a foundational faith experience for 8th graders that helps them learn and tackle big questions about faith and life.
9th – 12th Grade (Senior High)
High School students delve deeply into Scripture on Sunday Mornings with thought-provoking lessons and activities that help them get involved in the Word of God and Prepare for a life built on faith.
The Women’s Association exists to:
Give women fellowship with each other.
Enrich our lives spiritually.
Raise monies for the needs of the Church.
Support organizations in our Community.
Many opportunities exist for the women of the church to get involved — plan on joining us in and make your life richer with your church friends!
The Circles of Friends are small groups that meet monthly (in people’s homes or here at the Church) and carry out the goals of the Women’s Association. Each Circle of Friends has a Christian Service Project which members support throughout the year. A short program is scheduled at each meeting.
We hold three Circle of Friends meetings on the second Thursday of the month for fellowship, Bible study, devotions and a Christian caring project.
9:30 AM – Ruth Circle of Friends
12:00 PM – Naomi Circle of Friends
12:00 PM – Deborah Circle of Friends
In October, February, and March, all three Circles come together for a Joint Circle Meeting, held on the second Thursday of that month at 12:00 PM in the Church Parlor.
All interested women are invited to attend the Joint meetings or the individual Circle meetings. Notices of the meetings are included the announcements prior to the meeting.
Join a circle and make new friends! Questions? Contact Angela Todisco (email@example.com) or leave a message for her in the office (445-0331).
Small Group Bible study also offers a safe place to get your questions answered. If a small group setting is new to you, you’ll be surprised how quickly you’ll be helping others find answers as well. When you are involved in a small group of other believers with varying backgrounds, chances are at least one other person in that group will be able to answer your specific questions.
In your small group, you can also share your needs. At first, you may not feel comfortable sharing intimate details of your life, and you don’t need to. But small group members exist to care for one another and to join in lifting one another’s burdens before the Lord. Even if all you are willing to share is, “pray for me,” then at least you can go out with the confidence that someone else is in fact praying for you. And God is listening.
IF for Women