A great benefit of being an active part of our church family is growing closer to Christ and others through Bible study and times of fellowship. Our faith is meant to be shared and experienced in a community, and we encourage you to join us for one of our weekly Bible studies, Sunday school classes, as well as our Family Night Suppers on Wednesday evenings. We also have active women's and men's ministries.
Operation Christmas Child
Their shoebox is the first gift many children every receive. The treasures and personal letters inside communicate that someone cares for them and give them an opportunity to experience the love of God. As shoe box gifts are distributed, local pastors or church leaders present the Gospel in a fun way designed for kids while family and friends listen in. Along with their shoebox gift, children also receive The Greatest Gift, a colorful presentation of the Gospel in their own language. These need to be delivered to the church by November 15, 2015.
Ladies' Monday Night Study
A mix of individual study during the week and group discussion on Monday evenings, this in-depth Bible study group meets on Monday evenings from 6:00-7:00 p.m. in the church library. If you are looking for an in-depth Bible study in an encouraging, supportive envrionment, consider joining them on Monday evenings. This studay will begin on September 14, 2015. Please contact Patti Adams at (229) 294-0562 to order your workbook or for more information.
Wednesday Family Supper
Please join us each Wednesday for Family Supper at 6:00 p.m. in the Social Hall. The cost is $6.75 for adults and $4.50 for children under 12, with a $15 family total. The menu is printed each week in the bulletin and reservations are required by Tuesdays at noon. Our Children's Ministry meets for God's Gang after supper, while the adults enjoy Bible study with Rev. Layman. Family Supper will begin again September 9, 2015.
Churchwide Wednesday Night Study
Each Wednesday following Family Supper, the adults in our congregation stay for a Bible study led by Rev. Layman.