C.O.R.E – Christ Orientated Renewal Engagement (CORE)
Leader: Rev. Ed Kahl
Curriculum: This group reads and discusses a variety of religious books.
Location: Space adjacent to the choir room, Sunday’s 9am-9:45am
SUNDAY SCHOOL – 9:45am Sunday mornings
Children & Youth (4 years old and up).
Leaders: A Team of teachers rotate weekly
Location: Upstairs Sunday School Classroom in the educational building
Curriculum: This class introduces learners to biblical stores in new and creative ways. Uses age-appropriate learning activities and challenges learners to put their faith into action.
Leader: Christeen Hyden
Location: On hallway connecting to the fellowship hall and across from the church library
Leader: Dr. Bob Krause
Curriculum: Exploring the Bible from Genesis to Revelation
Leader: Shirley Phillips
Curriculum: Currently doing a book study
Location: Beulah Sadler Parlor across from the church office
One in Christ: Anti-racism study at 6:00pm on the second Wednesday of the month
WOMEN’S CIRCLE – The Lydia Circle
is a group that meets monthly and is dedicated to studying, supporting, and loving each other along the journey of faith.
They meet the second Monday of the month (Sept. – May) at 1pm in the Beulah Sadler Parlor across from the church office. (Currently canceled due to the pandemic.)
MEN OF THE CHURCH –
meet monthly on the first Monday (Sept. – May) at 6:30pm in the fellowship hall. (Currently canceled due to the pandemic.)
Christian Faith Practices Toolkit is available
Whether you’re just joining the conversation on Christian practices or you’re a seasoned veteran, we hope you’ll find this resource stimulating and helpful for cultivating a renewed interest in formative rituals within your faith community.
Explore each component of the toolkit at the link below. We recommend you start with the introduction document to understand how to use the toolkit.
Opening Doors To Discipleship – http://odtd.net/
This resource is a series of four online courses in the Presbyterian/Reformed tradition to help equip both young and experienced Christians to be faithful disciples.
Use this link – http://odtd.net/ to find the website.
“Come, follow me,” Jesus said, “and I’ll show you how to fish for people.” Right away they left their nets and followed him. (Matthew 4:19–20)
The mission of the Opening Doors to Discipleship website is to support the faith journey of people seeking to follow Jesus today as leaders and learners in Christian community.
- For those who are called to teach, to lead, and to walk beside others on the journey of faith, come.
- For those who want to know more about the Bible, our Reformed traditions, and the way of Christ, come.
- For those who find it hard to follow Jesus teachings and to share the good news with others, come.