This weekend in worship, August 24-25, Pastor Scott Killgore concludes our message series, Obscure Books of the Bible. Most of us have a "Bible within the Bible," favorite passages and books that we go to frequently. And then there is the other stuff. In this series, we are exploring some of the "other stuff," books that we rarely, if ever, encounter. We'll conclude this weekend with the New Testament book of Jude.
Wednesday Night Dinners: Family Night Dinners are served at 6:00PM in the Social Hall. There is no charge, although donations are welcomed. On Break until September 4
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Wednesday Night Adult Studies: On break until September.
Women's Message Based Group: This fun group of ladies meet each Tuesday morning at 10:30 in the Circle Drive area and is led by Pastor Cindy. The group discusses the questions that are based on the previous weekend's sermon. These questions are prepared in advance and can be found on our website or you can pick up a copy that morning. Each Tuesday is a different topic so if your schedule only allows you to attend once in a while, you are certainly welcome! Contact person: Cindy Crouse. Email at email@example.com
Men's Message Based Group: Men can get an early start to the day with a light breakfast and study on Thursdays, beginning at 8:30AM in the Library. The biblical texts from the previous weekend's worship message serve as the foundation for the study and discussion. On break for the summer.
CWF/DWM - The Christian Women’s Fellowship (CWF), now called Disciples Women's Ministries (DWM) is an active ministry among ladies in our congregation that meet every 1st Thursday of the month for lunch at noon. The group enjoys worshipping together through Bible Study and featured speakers (beginning at 12:45 in the Atrium), as well as supporting local and global missions efforts.
Sundays @ 10:45am: The following classes meet on Sundays at 10:45:
Atrium Class: This diverse group meets in the Library on Sundays at 10:45 AM to study various faith and Bible based topics, often times using video curriculum.
OK Class: OK is an abbreviation for “Oikos Koinoias,” meaning House of Fellowship. This class seeks to look at the Scriptures and explore current topics where faith and life connect. Discussion topics vary. They now meet on the third floor in room 309 each Sunday morning.