Growing closer to Christ and to others is an important part of our spiritual journey. Which is why we offer a variety of classes and social opportunities throughout the year.
Every other Thursday | 9 am to 1:30 pm | in Room 130s
Adults 55+ meet every other week for games, entertainment and more. The afternoon program may include bingo, medical/health professionals, financial advisors, etc. Breakfast and lunch provided. No registration necessary.
We want everyone to be close to Christ. We offer opportunities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to learn and serve as fully participating members of the church.
Friendship Bible Class
Tuesdays | 7 to 8:15 pm | Room 130B&C
Explore the book of John: why did John write his Gospel, what warnings did he give us, why were the Jewish leaders so angry with Jesus?
Thursdays | 10 am to 2 pm | Room 140
Help with light office tasks, such as folding and assembling the weekly announcement sheets and bulletins. Visit with friends and play card games after lunch. Bring a packed lunch.
If you would like to be a friend to someone with intellectual or developmental disabilities at Friendship Bible Study or Serving Hands, please join us! No prior experience needed.
As men build relationships with one another and with Christ, they become a Godly influence in their home,
Dads and Kids Weekend
A weekend for dads and kids ages 5 and older to enjoy time outdoors playing games and making memories.
Guys Night Out
There's just something about a night out with the guys! Several times a year, we meet at a local restaurant for food,
Men's Bible Study
Mondays | noon to 1 pm | in the library
Verse by verse exploration of the scriptures. Each participant is encouraged to explore the scriptures throughout the week and bring questions and insights to the conversation.
Third Saturday of the month | 8 am | Room 130s
Share a hot breakfast and spend time together in the Word. No preparation is required. Simply be fed both physically and spiritually! All ages are welcome (sons and grandsons, too). If you'd like to help cook breakfast, please arrive at 7 am.
Men's Life Group
Saturdays | 8 to 9:15 am | in the cafe
Share the highs and lows of life, explore God's word and
Support and encourage the residents of Trinity House, a residential facility for young men (16-18 years of age) who have faced various struggles in their lives. Monthly events are held to build relationships with and encourage the young men. Men 18 years and older are invited to participate.
Our Sunday morning class allows men and women to learn more about Christian living. Class topics vary throughout the year.
Sundays, beginning January 7 | 10 to 10:40 am | Room 130BC
Adults of all ages are invited to an informal discussion based on Richard Rohr’s book Falling Upward. Rohr explains that those who have fallen or failed are the ones who understand “up.” Examine the spirituality of the first and second half of life, and learn to see ourselves in a different and more life-giving way. Books are $15 and may be purchased here. Books will be available to pick up at the class.
Wednesdays | 6 to 6:30 pm dinner | 6:45 to 8 pm class
Wednesday Night Life is a midweek gathering to share a meal, share God’s word and share our lives with friends. September through April, we gather for dinner and conversation, followed by a time of study or worship. This time together in the middle of busy weeks allows us to reconnect with friends and God’s Word. Programming is also available for children and youth. Childcare is available at 6:30 pm for babies-preschool with registration.
February 21 - March 21 | 6 to 8 pm
When women connect with one another, they share life’s challenges and triumphs.
Entrusted: A Study of 2 Timothy
Tuesdays | 6:30 to 8 pm and
Mondays, beginning January 22 | 6:30 to 8 pm
God has entrusted you with the gospel message and has gifted you to carry it to the furthest reaches of this planet. He's calling you to be His mighty servant, willing to face whatever difficulty you encounter as you carry out His mission.
For the Monday evening class, books may be purchased at Lifeway Christian Bookstore in Castleton or online.
Making Sense of the Cross
Mondays, beginning February 5 | 9:30 to 11:30 am
Discuss the meaning of Jesus’ death and resurrection in this seven-week study. Explore the cultural, historic and symbolic meaning of the cross and how it impacts our lives. Books are $13 and will be available for pick up at the first class.
Mondays, beginning February 5 | 9:30 to 11:30 am
Dive into the book of Romans, a book Martin Luther described as “a bright light, almost sufficient to illuminate the entire Holy Scriptures.” Discuss salvation, grace, suffering and living out our faith. Books are $9 and will be available for pick up at the first class.
Contact Robin Patras for childcare information and availability.