Interest Groups At TheWater’s Edge

Interest Groups

Dive into friendship and fun through Water’s Edge Interest Groups. These groups are your springboard to connecting with others who share your interests and hobbies, because they provide a natural context for building friendship. If you have an idea for an additional interest group we could start, we’d love to hear from you!


Let’s Do Brunch! (50 & Older)

Monthly brunch and fellowship event for men, women, couples, and individuals aged 50+. Join us to meet new people, have a delicious brunch, and make lasting connections.
When: 1st Tuesday of the month | 10 am
Where: Le Peep on 176th & Center Street
Contact: Janet Lamb at or (402) 690-2290.

WE Knit & Crochet

The WE Blanket Ministry is a group of volunteers who gather on the second Thursday of every month for a time of fellowship. The purpose of this group is to make prayer blankets, shawls, and baby blankets for our congregation. These blankets can be knitted, crocheted, or made from tied fleece. The group is open to new volunteers and welcomes donations of yarn and financial support.
When: 2nd Thursday of the month | 6:30-8:30 pm
Where: The Water’s Edge Church

Women's Ministry

Our goal is to gather women from all walks of life, and all stages of a relationship with Christ together for fun, fellowship, and the opportunity to grow in our faith. We have a planning team that meets on a monthly basis to organize events.

Click here for more information concerning Women’s Ministry events.


Women's Bible Study

SOS (Sisters of Scripture) is a group of women of various ages and at different stages in their faith journeys. We choose different Bible studies and meet every Monday morning during the school year to study God’s word together. In addition, we love to laugh and support one another through friendship and prayer.

Click here for more information on SOS.


Men's Wednesday Morning Bible Study

Men of all ages are invited to a Men’s Bible Study each Wednesday morning at 6:45 am at The Water’s Edge. No registration is required – just show up! Coffee is provided, all you need is your Bible. Email Mac McKoy at if you have any questions or are interested in joining!  


Men's Saturday Morning Bible Study

Men of all ages are invited to a Men’s Bible Study each Saturday morning at 7:30 AM at The Water’s Edge. Led by Tim Tucker and Jerry Tagge, this group is open to all men, no sign-up required – just show up. All you need is your Bible, an open mind and an open heart. Coffee is provided so make plans to join us this Saturday morning!

Faith on Friday - Men's Group

Men of all ages are invited to a NEW Men’s Group starting on February 9 at 6:30 am at The Water’s Edge. Led by Doug Olson, this group is going to dig into knowing the Bible. Pray about joining us, and we’ll see you on February 9.

Find out more information and sign up here.


NAMI Family Support Group

The National Alliance on Mental Illness offers free, confidential, and safe groups of families helping other families who live with mental health challenges. In NAMI Family Support Groups, families join a caring group of individuals helping one another by utilizing their collective lived experiences and learned wisdom. Family members can achieve a renewed sense of hope for their loved one living with mental health challenges.
When: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month | 6:00-7:15 pm
Where: The Water’s Edge Church
Contact: TBD
See what our small group members have said…

“My women’s small group has been very valuable to me. It is a comfortable environment to learn, grow in my faith and develop close relationships with others. I utilize what I learn from my group many times in my daily life.”

– Rhonda Hodges

“For our family, being in a small group has been the defining experience in making our home at The Water’s Edge. It has helped us to get more engaged in serving at The Water’s Edge, helped us to stay on top of activities and projects the church is working on, and encouraged us to step out of our comfort zone to be involved. We are truly blessed to know these families. They are what fellowship is all about.”

– Ron & Cathy Price

“It doesn’t take any kind of a profound understanding to belong to a small group. There’s no pressure to find all the right answers. Often, just asking the right questions is enough. Or don’t ask. Just think. That’s fine, too. At its best, the group strengthens bonds in every direction. We feel closer to our friends and family, to the church and its members with encouragement from the lessons of the group. The small-group experience has set us free to explore our faith. It’s helped give us that foundation to build our spiritual future.”

– Mitch & Shannon Sherman

Get in Touch

Have questions about getting connected at The Water’s Edge? Looking for more information about Small Groups or Interest Groups?  Email with any questions you have!

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