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Koinonia is a Homeschool Support Group that has been active in the community since the early 1990’s. Back then we had just a handful of moms & kids doing group studies, but today we have expanded into a non-profit association providing academic and enrichment classes to over 200 families under the leadership of an administrative team with the direction of a Board of Directors.
Koinonia is a Christian organization, the purpose of which is to assist parents in their decision to home educate their children. We try and achieve this by encouraging supportive relationships between home schooling parents, helping children to build friendships with other home schooled children and providing academic classes for elementary through high school age students. Classes are administered by qualified tutors from a Christian world-view.
Koinonia is also actively involved in your child’s education through published notices of field trips, home school events, and other opportunities that a larger group can provide.
All classes take place on Mondays, with some advanced classes also held on Thursdays, from September to mid-May at West Cannon Baptist Church in Belmont. While not part of the West Cannon Baptist organization, they make part of their facility available to us for the entire day to conduct classes. On scheduled days, we also serve a hot lunch for a nominal fee.
Scroll down to download the Scheduled Class Dates for BOTH Monday & Thursday Classes.
Are you considering home schooling or providing additional and higher academic classes requiring special equipment or group participation for your child? Please drop us a line and someone will contact you to answer all your questions.
Or you can call Ruth directly at (616) 682-0578
(please do not call the church offices).
Koinonia (Koy-no-nee'-ah) is a Greek word which means "fellowship” or “brotherly love." It carries with it the meaning of a committed, trustworthy, and dependable relationship. Such a relationship can be experienced through participation, sharing, giving, and contributing. We hope to achieve a real sense of Koinonia among our members. We encourage you to explore our group and become as involved as you are able. It is by this involvement that you will bond with other home educating families and experience the true sense of Koinonia.
Based on the 1960’s TV show, Get Smart is an energetic, witty, and family-friendly play, full of twists and turns. The story follows endearingly clumsy Maxwell Smart—the top secret agent from the U.S. intelligence agency known as Control—and his strong, keen co-spy, Agent 99. Their objective? Take down nefarious KAOS, the international organization of evil. This bright, satirical comedy will have you and your friends and family laughing right from scene one.
All Performances will be held at :
Cedar Springs High School Auditorium.
204 E. Muskegon St. Cedar Springs 49319 ( 17 Mile)
Friday, November 30 @ 7 pm
Saturday, December 1 @ 2 and 7 pm
Tickets now on sale! Go To >> BOX OFFICE
A lovely retelling of the well-known Dickens Christmas Carol by Gary Peterson. Join the Middle School Koinonia Players for a holiday treat on Tuesday, December 11 at 8pm, at West Cannon Baptist Church, following the Main Showcase. Admission is free.
Please note that in the event of extreme weather conditions, Koinonia may not hold scheduled classes. As a general rule, if Rockford Public Schools are closed due to weather conditions, most likely we will be closed too. Any notification will be included on the list of school closings provided by WZZM Channel 13. You can find this info by viewing the television station or via the link below.
Click here for closings > http://www.wzzm13.com/closings
Here is the entire school year of scheduled days for both Monday and Thursday.
Please note that ALL Thursday Classes will be held at Rockford Reformed Church.