Ministries of Battle Lake Alliance

Ministries are the programs of our church, the tools by which we collectively proclaim Christ to our local community.

Financial Peace University

Financial Peace University is a course designed to help you get in control of your money by creating spending plans, getting rid of debt, and setting a strong course for your future.  Look for a new class to start in the fall of 2018.


Youth Group

This fall Battle Lake Alliance has a youth group that meets at the same time as AWANA. This is the next step for youth to take, using what they have been learning and now applying it. There will be retreats and other activities here as well.  Join us! Anyone in 7th - 12th grades is welcome.  6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays.

Sunday School

Battle Lake Alliance offers Sunday School classes during the school year. There are two classes for children and class options for adults as well.  Current Classes: 

1) Living Victoriously in Christ.  - Taught by Joyce Worner (meets in fellowship hall)
2) Pastor's Notes: Hebrews - Taught by Pastor Derek  (meets in classroom by library)

During the morning worship, we have a nursery for young children.  There is also a room for parents with infants, where they can still see and hear the service.

Child Safety is very important to us.  All of our workers have a background check completed prior to working with children.  We also have a child safety policy that addresses some other ways we are intentionally working to make this a safe place for everyone.  You can read that here -- Child Safety Policy


MOPS  stands for Mothers of Preschoolers, which means kids from birth through Kindergarten. This group is open to the public, and includes mothers from around the area.  MOPS meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month during the school year, and on-site childcare is provided.  Please let us know if you'd like to attend.

You can also follow our Battle Lake Alliance MOPS Facebook page.

Men's Ministry

The men of Battle Lake Alliance enjoy Christian fellowship at a monthly breakfast meeting. Special programs, prayer time, good food and clean humor bring us together, and we undertake service projects throughout the year.  The men also have a long-standing tradition of raising scholarship dollars to send kids to Bible Camp.