• Father's Day BBQ
  • Trail of Treats Harvest Celebration
  • Wild Game Dinner
Father’s Day B-B-Q
Each year on Father’s Day we have a barbecue for the community.  A group of men start the weekend off on Friday evening when they start barbecuing the meat.  On Saturday at 6:00 PM the celebration starts…. good food and good music.  It all happens under the pavilion behind the church building.   There are also drawings for gift certificates to Lowe’s and other surprises. 

This is a great time for the whole family to enjoy. Come join us.

​Mark 12:30-31
Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: Love your neighbor as yourself. (NIV)

Our Mission is to minister to individuals, families and community through this outreach to bring them to a closer relationship with Jesus Christ.   We will do this by having interesting activities that are in a non-threatening environment that will enable them to establish friendships with the fellowship of Christians at Clarksville Highway.

If you have an interest in serving the Lord in this evangelistic outreach please contact the church.
Wild Game Dinner
Every other year  during the month of March we have a Wild Game Dinner.  We always plan to have many different types of wild game served in a variety of recipes.  In the past we have had venison, buffalo, pheasant, grouse, elk, wild boar, European ram, bear, wild turkey, squirrel, rabbit, crawfish, duck, beaver and that old favorite barbequed raccoon with sweet potatoes. And for those that don’t want the wild game but want to attend the feast we provide fried fish so everyone can have a good meal.   Additionally, there are several side items to choose from and dessert. 

In addition to the great food, there will be a great speaker, a contest for the best hunting story, door prizes and great game exhibits.  Come expecting great time, great program, and great fellowship!

Connecting Point Ministries

Trail of Treats Harvest Celebration

On Saturday night nearest to Halloween
we have a Trail-of-Treats set up on the
walking trail in the woods behind the
baseball/softball field beside the church
building.  Each table has not only candy,
but small toys and school supplies for
each child that makes the trek around the trail. 

There is also a weenie roast for the youth and adults.  As always at Clarksville Highway, we will have some great music and singing for the youth and adults that attend.