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2022 Youth Soccer Camp

Sower Church is happy to announce our 2022 Youth Soccer Camp. This is our sixth year of this soccer camp, allowing us to serve the Lincoln community and families by offering free soccer lessons for kids ages 3-12. What you Need to Know The camp will be held every Saturday in June starting June 4th at 10 am at Speedway Sports Complex (315 Speedway Circle, Field 9). Camp will conclude by 11:15 am, allowing kids to enjoy a post-soccer snack.…

Ministry Spotlight: Youth Group

We’re all about building our next generation! Our Youth Group is all about equipping parents and teens to be fully-devoted followers of Christ. 1.) Purpose of Youth Group? To assist parents/guardians in discipling their teens to follow Christ as they move into adulthood.  2.) Meeting times/days? Regular Youth Group meetings are the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month. We also have a once a month fun/outreach activity the third or fourth Friday of the month.  3.) Who leads the group?…

Sower 2021

With 2021 coming to an end, as a church, we have much to be grateful for and to celebrate for all that God has done. Restoration City Merge In August, we merged with Restoration City Church. What a blessing to have pastors Dan Coke and Derek Rempe join our pastoral leadership team, and for Alex Bartle, Chloe Bartle, and Ryan Lovie to join our college staff team. The Restoration City Church faithful strengthened our community groups and church. The RCC/Sower…

2020 Reviewed as We Look to 2021

Let’s be real, Church. 2020 was not the year we had planned. In January, we rebranded as Sower Church and celebrated all that God had done in our history as a church replant, allowing us to move forward and carrying the mission to reach our city. A global pandemic in March changed everything for everyone. The spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) caused fear and anxiety, even among believers. Though Scripture is clear that God has given us a spirit…

Visionary Youth

Sower Church, along with University Church and Restoration City Church, has partnered with Visionary Youth, a Lincoln-based organization that provides free haircuts along with access to basic grooming and hygiene products, clothes, coats, and personal care items for low-income youth. Formed in 2010, and officially becoming a non-profit organization in 2019 by Kwabena (KB) Mensah, owner of Oasis Barbershops in Lincoln, Visionary Youth has served over 3,000 young people and their families with free haircuts, school supplies, personal hygiene needs…