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For Further Spiritual Growth
As brothers and sisters in the family of God, we have promised to keep one another company on life’s journey. Through a variety of ways we can grow as individuals and together as a family. Here are some of the ongoing ways we meet together, aside from times of worship and service, to grow spiritually.
Weekly Bible Study - This facilitated Bible Study on Thursdays from 11am-12pm is a great way to meet friends and grow spiritually. Together we read, study, and discuss different books of the Bible ... Winter 2020: The Gospel of John. Bring your Bible and join us!
Sunday Adult Sunday School: 9:15am. This very popular class is studying the Book of Genesis for the winter/spring 2020 session. Join us!
Grief Group - For more information or to register contact: Catina Light at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 267-987-2511. Grief support facebook page is beauty in brokenness, please like and share. More info on the Grief Recovery Inst. can be found at: https://www.griefrecoverymethod.com/
Dinner Groups - There are several dinner groups that meet once a month for food, fun and fellowship and there are always more groups needing to be formed. Contact the church office for more information.
Prayer Day - Every Tuesday - Morning or Noon or Night ... Home or Work .... Vacation or Staycation ... On your knees or at your desk or laying in bed ...
Take 5 mintes (or more) out of your Tuesday and pray specifically for our church! Your prayers have 'great power' and can 'produce wonderful results' (James 5:16).
Lenten Mid-Week Worship - Join us Wednesday's during Lent (March4-April 1) for Soup Supper 5:30-6:45pm and Worship 7-7:30pm.
Pastoral Care and Counseling – Our pastor is trained and available to help with pastoral care and counseling. There are also other members of the congregation who are trained in areas that you may find helpful as well. In addition, we are always happy to connect you to others in the community should you need additional care as well.