Ongoing Adult Ministries
Wednesday Bible Study
Weekly Bible Study takes place on Wednesday mornings from 10:30am-12:00pm. Past studies have focused on “Understanding the Book of Revelation”, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus and the Psalms. The Wednesday Morning Bible Study has grown into a lively group of men and women who come to listen, worship, speak up, pray and learn.
Small Group Study
“Growing in our relationship with God and with others” is the mission of Small Groups at our church.
Small groups are how Christianity started. People meeting in their homes, sharing the Good News about Jesus Christ, transforming lives. What does a Small Group look like? Once a month, a small group of people meet at a host home for a lay led discussion for 90 minutes. It is available to all members and seekers in this church.
Small groups are not to be Bible study. Neither are they simply a coffee klatch.
It is twofold:
About learning and growing in Christ and about being a Christian
Fellowship and loving one another, caring and praying for them.
Group sessions will be constructed around a user-friendly list of questions simply based on the sermon from the previous Sunday – how do I apply God’s Word to my life?
We are committed to a vision which is deeply inclusive and, therefore, every member of this church would be invited to a particular small group. Obviously, no one must go. And in time, folk may want to migrate to other groups or start a new one which is how our church will grow. If you have a desire to be considered as a small group leader or host for one of these gatherings, please email me.
Training is provided. The main qualification is to care about people.
Small Groups are available in various locations, days and times and new groups are forming. If you are interested in being part of a Small Group, please speak to the Pastor or Erik Lindemann, the Discipleship Director.
Once a month men from First Presbyterian gather together on a Saturday morning from 8:00-9:30am to join in fellowship, food, biblical study, and discussion.