Adults meet Sunday morning at 9:30 am in the fellowship hall for coffee and conversation followed by Sunday School.  
An adult Bible Study meets weekly.  Led by Pastor Bob, Bible Study is an opportunity for in-depth study as we learn about and discuss God's Word.  Currently, the book of Acts is being studied.  Due to Session meeting, Bible Study does not meet the third Tuesday of each month.
We are seeking to expand our small group ministry.  Currently we have one House Church group which meets Thursday evening at 7 pm at the homes of various members for study and fellowship. 
 Why Reformed? 
Pastor Bob will be leading this study beginning Sunday, October 6th, and 9:30 am in the Fellowship Hall during the adult Sunday School class. Topics to be discussed include:
  • How the reformed movement started.
  • The importance of what we believe.
  • What we believe.
  • What does it mean to be Presbyterian.
Reformed author Michael Horton writes, "The world is looking for a church that knows what it's here to accomplish and for Christians who know what they believe and why they believe it."  Please consider attending this informative study!
Men's Breakfast
The next Men's Breakfast will be Saturday, February 22nd from 8:00 am to 9:30 am. This is an event for men seeking to find their identity in Christ and learning to live out Christian manhood with Jesus as their guide. 
  Come enjoy the food!
  Come enjoy the fellowship!
  Come grow in faith! 
All are welcome to come early for a time of prayer starting at 7:30am. 
Breakfast starts at 8am with guest speaker Stephen Rigatti.
Lent Bible Study 
Hester is offering a 6-week study:
  •  beginning Thursday, February 27; concluding Thursday, April 2 
  •  Offered at both noon and 6:30pm, if there is enough interest.
  •  A Journey Through Lent:  A Reflection on Christ's Sacrifice for Us
With its 40-day span, Lent also reminds us of Jesus' 40-day wilderness experience at the onset of his earthly ministry.  The selected Psalms in this series reflect the struggle of our spiritual journey and address the wilderness experiences we often face.   But just as the spring days lengthen and grow brighter, these prayers point to the end of the story---Easter Sunday and the ultimate restoration of all things.