...Know, Grow, Go, Show, Sow
We've got questions. God has answers.
Adult Bible Fellowships (ABFs) are small groups that meet regularly to ask questions and look for answers together. Some use popular Christian books or DVDs to help guide discussions; others armore traditional Bible studies. But all of them are focused on helping adults develop a clearer understanding of God and faith.
All of our ABFs are always open to new participants and guests. ABF “hopping” is expected and even encouraged, so that you can more easily find one that suits your interests and needs.
with Patrice Spencer in Rm. A
This welcoming group is taking a fresh look at the Book of Isaiah.
with Mark Wiley in Heritage Hall
Explore the Book of Mark in detail in this intergenerational class.
with Pastor Wally Kukuk in Rm. C
Join us as we explore together the Gospel of John.
Difference Makers Men’s Group
Our men’s group is looking at the series The Man in the Mirror: 10 Questions That Trouble Every Thinking Man.
Short and Sweet
Meets in the Children's Discipleship Office, lower level, room 1, at 9:45 a.m.
No homework or reading during the week. Bring your coffee and jon us when you can!
Lead by Jean Tanner. Ladies meet each week for Bible study, prayer, and fellowship.
Ongoing Bible study and prayer with Rev. Bob Stanley. The group goes out to lunch after their study to nearby restaurants.
Ladies—If you love to knit, crochet or sew, we invite you to join our women’s ministry Art & Soul.
Our next Art & Soul to be announced.
For more information, visit the Welcome Center or contact Cami Lero at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our adult fellowship group plans fun, food-related events to allow adults to socialize and connect. Look for details on these events in the Vision Newsletter and sign up at the Welcome Center.
Mon., Weds., Fri.
DVD-based class is appropriate for nearly all fitness levels. Includes cardio and strength segments in varied formats. Walk-ins welcome!