ADULT

MINISTRIES

We want to encourage you in your walk with Christ and welcome you to come and be a part of a ministry here that will support who you are in Christ. From the single college student to the recently widowed, we want you to know that you belong! We are an ordinary group of people, with everyday issues, but we trust and walk with an amazing God.

COMMUNITY GROUPS:

Sunday Mornings at 9:15a

We encourage you to connect with a Community Group on Sundays from 9:15-10:10am, this summer. They are an excellent way to help you grow spiritually and strengthen your relationship with the church family. Choose a Community Groups based on your interest of study.

 

Study Choices:

Leaders:

Locations:

 

1. Building on the American Heritage

 

Richard Dollerschell

 

Fellowship Hall 

Navigate our nation’s unique moral, religious, and constitutional heritage in this video-led study. As you’ll learn about America’s past—its forgotten stories and the intent of its founding documents— you’ll be equipped to help shape America’s future.

 

 

2. Christ in the Old Testament

Ed Goff

Room 120

This class will be exploring “types” of Christ in the Old Testament, prophecies concerning Him, and connections to the New Testament.

 

 

3. Life Lessons from Ezra & Nehemiah

Mark Magnuson

Room 110

After the exile, Ezra set out to restore true worship in Jerusalem, and Nehemiah worked to rebuild the wall. The effects of these men reveal how much God accomplishes in our lives when we follow where He leads. This class will study their life lessons and discuss
applications.

 

 

4. I Peter

Tom Hollingsworth

Youth Room

Sometimes life is tough...floundering relationships, health issues, financial woes, loneliness. Peter addressed
1st-century believers who, also, were experiencing many problems. He encouraged them to continue to be loyal to Jesus with a message of hope and peace.

 

 

POSITIVE PIECE MAKERS QUILTING

Wednesdays 9:00am-3:00pm
Location: Fellowship Hall

The quilters in our church meet every Wednesday to assemble quilts for those who are ill, in the hospital, or need a 'thinking of you.' They also give to local charities. If you like to quilt, come--"come when you can; leave when you must." No suppies are needed, simply bring your lunch!