Our Programs

If you’re new to Galilee, we have some answers for you about how to join the church and more. Check those out here. Browse the opportunities below to see ways you can connect and grow at Galilee.

Alpha

Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that freely explore the basics of the Christian faith. Find out more about this group.

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Children

Make sure to check out our Galilee Children’s YouTube channel filled with family activities for all ages!.

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Young Adults

Starting soon Galilee will be having a young adult small group. We will be studying the Bible and discussing how relevant topics interact with our faith.

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Men

We have created a variety of ways for men to connect and grow in their faith.

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Music

There are opportunities for everyone to be involved, from children’s choir to handbells and more.

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Outreach

We take seriously our mission to “go and make disciples” by working closely with these local and international organizations.

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Small Groups

Galilee provides a variety of Bible study and small group opportunities during the week.

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Student Ministries

We truly believe that the BEST life is one most closely following God. We desire to meet students where they are in order to shepherd them towards the source of all things good.

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Women

he Women of Galilee Ministries (WOGM) is a vibrant ministry encompassing a myriad of activities to make our church strong and welcoming.

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+49 856 9568 95

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