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D6 Weekends | Sundays, 10:30a

D6 Weekends offers age-appropriate biblical instruction and worship in a safe, fun environment for infants through 2nd grade during services. Just stop by the D6 Families desk to check in. We also have a “Families With Young Children” section during our weekend services.

D6 Beliefs | Sundays, 9:30a-10:00a | Kindergarten Classroom

D6 Beliefs is for 3rd through 5th graders and a parent. It meets for just half an hour between weekend services, as most learning takes place at home. Participants learn key themes and verses from each book of the Old Testament and New Testament, as well as basic theology.

Visit the children and families ministry website.

 


 

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Wednesdays, 6:30p

Hang out with other middle schoolers as we study the bible and discuss what God is doing in our lives. Meeting place will rotate between different families’ homes in Ankeny. Stay connected with us on Facebook or contact Rusty Hutchison for more details at rusty@cornerstonelife.com.

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 Visit the middle school ministry Facebook page.

 


 

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Wednesdays, 7:00p

If you’re a high schooler, join us on Wednesday nights to hang out and learn about Jesus Christ. Meeting place will rotate between different families’ homes in Ankeny. Stay connected with us on Facebook or contact Rusty Hutchison for more details at rusty@cornerstonelife.com.

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Visit the high school ministry Facebook page.

 


 

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Weekly Gathering | Thursdays, 8:00p | Ames Main Auditorium

Join other student Christ followers as we strive to know Christ and make Him known.

Visit the college ministry website.

College Connection Group | Mondays, 7:00p

Join other Ankeny Salt students for a small group that meets at the Kuhns’ house on Mondays. Every Thursday, there’s an Ankeny carpool for The Salt Company Weekly Gatherings in Ames. Join our group on Facebook to get all of the details and stay connected.

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 Join the Ankeny Salt Company Group on Facebook.

 


 

Join a connection group.

Check out more ministries at the Ames Site.