Impact

Thursdays, September to May
7 to 9pm, Menlo Park Campus, 700B Santa Cruz (behind Ace Hardware)

Impact is a community of singles in our mid-30’s to mid-50's.

If you’re new to the area, want to get connected, or are just curious, we'd love to see you at one of our gatherings. Anyone is welcome to check out our community. You can also contact Franz Kratz at [email protected].


THURSDAY EVENINGS

Note: to receive email notices about official MPPC Impact activities, contact Karen Haserot at [email protected].

Large Group Meeting (**NEW: 1st Thursday)
On the first Thursday of each month, the entire Impact community will gather to worship, hear a speaker, discuss the message in table groups and pray for one another. Topics focus on digging deeper into relationship with God and building community.

Small (Home) Groups  (**NEW: 2nd and 4th Thursdays, beginning in October)
Our faith in Jesus cannot be walked out alone or with mere acquaintances. Deep, authentic friendships -- characterized by encouragement, challenge and care -- are essential. Impact has small groups that meet on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month, up and down the Peninsula. For more information on locations and format, contact Mary-Ann Henry at [email protected].

Large Group Service and Social Activities (**NEW: 3rd Thursday, beginning in October)
Action empowered by the Holy Spirit is a natural outflow of our faith in Jesus. On the third Thursday of each month, the entire Impact group will gather to do service projects, servant evangelism, and social events that welcome folks outside of our community. For more information, contact Franz Kratz at [email protected].


ADDITIONAL SOCIAL AND SERVICE EVENTS
We've found that the best way to meet the social-connection needs of singles is to de-centralize the organizing responsibility. We've set up the Impact Alive Google Group to make it easier to more spontaneously organize and promote additional social and service events to build community, have fun and stay informed. To join Impact Alive, contact Karen Haserot, [email protected].