Ken Caryl Church to organize final midweek's 'The Garage: Nerf Battle' happening on August 10

assortment of colorful guns for game (Anna Shvets from Pexels)

The Ken Caryl Church will soon host its final midweek 'The Garage: Nerf Battle' on Wednesday, Aug. 10, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the church grounds. 

'The Garage: Nerf Battle'

According to Ken Caryl Church, their last midweek event at the garage will reportedly host an Outdoor Nerf Battle and Smores to welcome the upcoming 6th-grade students for the next school year. 

As explained via the page, all participants of the event must be dropped off and picked up at the garage. 

Parents must sign one waiver for the entire summer to allow the kids to join the event. 

About Ken Caryl Church 

People can reportedly expect sincere worship, real friendships from various backgrounds, and a revitalizing look at God's Word at Ken Caryl Church.

The church is reportedly eager to get to know everyone, whether they are new to the congregation of the Ken Caryl Church.

Worship at Ken Caryl 

According to the same website, the church has Sunday services in person and online at 10:30 a.m.

Everyone reportedly prays together as a group, sings hymns, and listens to one of the church's pastors speak from the Bible. The gathering reportedly lasts around 75 minutes. 

According to Ken Caryl, their worship music is in a modern vein. They reportedly use hymns in addition to a lot of contemporary worship.

The church advises visitors to come as they are. People can look right at home whether they are wearing a suit or jeans.

Ken Caryl's Beliefs

Ken Caryl Church believes that the church comprises individuals who have confessed their faith in Jesus and have been baptized, as evident in the book of Acts.

The church also holds that the Bible is divinely inspired and infallible, which means it can never fail, is never mistaken, and is not liable to error.

The church believes that all Scripture is inspired by God and is helpful for teaching, correcting, and training in righteousness. This is done to equip the man of God with everything he needs to perform all righteous deeds.

According to Ken Caryl, since humanity is fundamentally sinful and fallen, everyone has sinned and estranged from God.

Eternity will be spent in either heaven or hell, as previously said. If a person confesses with his lips that Jesus is Lord and believes in his heart that God raised Him from the dead, he will be saved, which means he will enter paradise.

The church believes that only through trust in Jesus, the Son of God, is it possible to achieve eternal redemption. Life, death, burial, resurrection, ascension into heaven, and His impending return have all been experienced by Him.

Last but not least, the Ken Caryl Church was founded as part of the Southern Baptist Church (SBC). 

This suggests that the church is autonomous. Thus, the congregation has reportedly no board or body within the denomination that governs what the church does or does not, even though it is a congregation with comparable doctrinal and theological beliefs to other SBC congregations.

More from Crossmap: FOCUS at CU Boulder to organize annual 'Evening with St. Therese,' tickets sale opens on August 5


More Local News