Adult Faith Formation is a vital part of our commitment to be continually growing in the knowledge of God. We offer many ways to engage scripture and spiritual content, depending on your schedule and preference. Don’t see something that interests you? Suggest a new faith formation idea and we’ll figure out how to incorporate it into our congregational rhythm!
Sunday Morning Bible Study: Prior to the service (8:30am), Pastor Emily leads a study in Bradford Hall on various books of the bible. Most recently we’ve tackled Revelation, John’s Gospel, the Book of Acts, & a series on OT Prophets.
Tuesday Noon Video & Conversation Study: Lay leader Arlene Krueger leads this series-based study, scheduled for 4-8 weeks at a time. Most recently we’re studied The Fruit of the Spirit,
Sunday Evening Topical Study: Does a current event or spiritual book pique your interest? We have space to explore, discuss, and grow in faith through encountering various theological voices. Most recently, Rachel Byrum led a study on Lisa Sharon Harper’s The Very Good Gospel. What would you like to study next?
Table Groups: Yes, these small groups of 6-12 church friends are for building community, AND they’re a great way to build up our spirits too! Each table group engages one or two thoughtful questions at each gathering, gaining a deeper appreciation for spirituality, another way to say “what matters most in our lives.”
Riggs Guild: This women’s group meets in the morning once a month and engages in acts of service & devotional study. Reach out of this group sounds right for you!
Mayflower Guild: This women’s group meets in the evening once a month for a potluck and program-style educational opportunities. Guild’s are also a great way to spend time in a caring circle of friends.