Adults

Continuing the life-long process of formation, adults may choose from several enriching small group gatherings. Participants engage in thought provoking discussion and activities that are enhanced with a biblical perspective. Such topics include theology, church, and contemporary issues. These gatherings provide an opportunity for listening, learning, dialogue, reflection of oneself, and growth. Just as importantly, they open the mind to reconciliation with one another.

Theology on Tap 2.0

On the first Wednesday of each month, a diverse group of individuals converge in the River District for an evening of food, drink, and conversation. This forum is an opportunity to learn about and discuss faith related topics in a relaxed social setting. Following an "icebreaker" question and introductions, discussion flows freely on the topic of the evening. All thoughts are accepted, all questions considered.

Bible Study

There are plenty of reasons to set aside time every day to study the Bible - the source of divine revelation and power that can sustain Christians in their walk with God. To encourage ongoing spiritual enrichment, Bible Study is offered on Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings. The passages of scripture are assigned in advance to give readers an opportunity to read and reflect.

Our One Word

On Thursdays during specified months of the year, a small group of ladies gather together to sip tea (or other beverage), and discuss the word of the week. The gathering provides an outlet for ladies to verbally express and reinforce their faith through meaningful dialogue by using words to explore purpose and meaning in their own lives. Words are powerful and can lead to discovery, healing, and living with a deeper knowledge of God and an awareness of His presence.

 

“Wherever you are on your walk of faith, you are welcome at this table.”