Sunday morning offerings- adult discipleship hour- 10:00am
CURRENTLY NOT MEETING DUE TO COVID-19. WE HOPE TO BE ABLE TO RESUME FELLOWSHIP AND BIBLE STUDY TOGETHER AS SOON AS SAFELY POSSIBLE. FOR QUESTIONS ABOUT ANY ADULT SUNDAY OR MID-WEEK OFFERINGS, PLEASE CONTACT MARY ELLEN VERNON AT 910-295-6848 OR email@example.com
Reconciliation Class (formerly AMEN: Amazing Mature Empty Nesters)
Purpose: A group examination of what it would look like to realign our human thoughts and actions to those that God desires. The class will use Bible based, topical subject matter in a study and discussion format with the goal of life changes. We welcome all adults, of all ages and stages.
Leader: Len Morris
Location: Fannie B. Gray Parlor @ 10:15am
Great Men of the Bible
Purpose: What makes a person great? This series takes a look at some of the most influential men in the Bible, noting both their failures and their faith.
Leader: Joe Carter
Location:Library-7:30am- Breakfast will be provided along with lots of bacon.
Current Focus: We will be finishing the study of John Mark. In particular we will be examining the last four chapters of Mark’s Gospel. Please join us in the study of the last weeks of Jesus’ life. We will also address the lynchpin of our Christian faith, namely the resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Purpose: This is a discussion group that meets to talk about the weekly sermon and accompanying scripture and what it means to our everyday lives.
Leader: Melanie Moore
Location: Great Room in the Everette House at 10:00am
Current Focus: The scripture and sermon of the week and how to apply those teachings to life.
community groups: mid-week offerings
CPC Prayer Ministry-Tuesdays @ 2:00pm
Purpose: We meet together each week to pray for the healing of those in need, especially those who have reached out with a specific prayer concern.
Leader: Anne Kleinhenz- firstname.lastname@example.org
To add or remove names from the prayer list please contact Carol Dunbar: email@example.com
Location: Conference Room-off Fellowship Hall
A Conversation on Anxious For Nothing:Finding Calm in a Chaotic World- Wednesdays@ 2:00pm
Purpose: We will meet together each week to discuss Max Lucado's book which invites the reader to use Philippians 4:6-7 as a tool to reframe the way we face our fears and win the war on worry. We’ll address our current concerns and anxieties around Covid-19. Books are available from Amazon or in the church office for $12. This small group will meet (socially distanced) and can welcome up to 10 participants.
Leader: Linda Mizell- firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Great Room- Everette house
women's mid-week small group bible studies
Designing Women-Monday 5:00p-6:15p
Purpose: Many Christian women find great encouragement and joy in and through women’s Bible studies. Designing Women challenges these hungry women to go deeper in their study of Scripture and focus their efforts on having a better relationship with God . This group of women will energize and equip you for Bible study aimed at transforming both the heart and mind.
Leader: Betty Popeemail@example.com
Location: Fannie B. Gray Parlor
Current Focus: TBD
This group welcomes all newcomers to this study of the profound comfort of believing.
Purpose: This group of women will energize and equip you for Bible study aimed at transforming both the heart and mind. "We focus on understanding God's word and applying it to our actions."
Leaders: Melanie Moore- firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Currently meeting offsite at a member's house. Contact Melanie for more information.
Current Focus: TBD
Women's Study Group-
Purpose: A new Women’s study to deepen your conversations with God. This is a great group for those new to or shy about group Bible Study.
Leaders: Sonja Brewton- email@example.com
Location: Fanny B. Gray Parlor
Current Focus: Barbara Markland’s, Prayers Worthy of Golden Bowls. This study requires about 20 minutes of book and Bible reading each week, followed by, ideally, daily prayer and journaling. The book contains 14 chapters, but the study may be split into two 7 week sessions, to accommodate other holiday offerings. The chapters are independent of one another so participants who need to may miss a week. This small group can welcome up to 10 participants. Books available for purchase ($8) in church office.