Adult Activities


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Email Pastor Sarah with your questions or ideas



Adult Classes - Sunday Mornings

/files/Images/Adults/WhoWasJesusC.jpgWe meet at 10:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. in the Reception Room for an adult Sunday School class.  .









Membership Class
A pastor  leads this exploration of the Presbyterian Church.  Join us if you are exploring possible membership, or just want to learn more about the church.  Contact the church office for times and dates for the next class. 



Small groups
... are a wonderful way to grow in your faith and develop deeper relationships with others on the journey of faith.  We have several small groups currently meeting, and will be starting others.  Speak to a pastor or call the church office for further information.


Friends Enjoying a Shared Table
F.E.A.S.T. groups are formed in the fall and winter-spring.  Once you sign up, you'll be grouped with 7-10 new friends and meet for dinner (or lunch) once a month! Special F.E.A.S.T. groups for families and groups with childcare are available. 
   


Wedding& RingPieceful Quilters
Enjoy quilting?  This is the group for you.  Share projects, learn new techniques and make friends at the same time! Meets twice monthly from September through May.
Contact Terry McCaskey for more information.
 


The Men's Bible Study Breakfast meets every Wednesday morning at 8:00-9:00 a.m. at Perkin's on Cassopolis .street. Join us for conversation, prayer, study, and fun.

Nifty Sixties meet the third Monday of every month, 11:30 a.m., at Hubbard Hill. 

Are you a “Nifty 60” or Retired?  Gather with a group of fun-loving “seniors” who get together for lunch, good conversation and fellowship. Advance reservations are required. 
    


Prayer Ministry


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Prayer Chain

Can we be in prayer for you?  Our prayer chain members will pray for you.   
Email us with your prayer concerns. 

Daily Readings  A link to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) web service. 
Each day they post: 

  • a set of readings from the Old Testament, Epistles, and Gospels that changes from day to day, 
  • stories from the Mission Yearbook of Prayer, 
  • "Today's question from the new catechism",  a learning tool designed in question and answer form. This one is about Christian faith, and includes scriptural references to illustrate each point. 

Hungryhearts:  a newsletter of the Spiritual Formation Program of the Presbyterian 
   Church (U.S.A.), a ministry of the General Assembly Council. 
  


Links


Check out these other sites.   

Perspectives: a monthly online  magazine published by the Office of the General Assembly. 

Presbyterians Today Online: a monthly magazine for Presbyterians, featuring mission news, Presbyterian happenings and informational articles.

MethodX: an online community for Young Adults (18-28+), from Upper Room Ministries 

Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Older Adult Ministries

Explorefaith Spiritual Guidance for anyone seeking a path to God.

Sacred Journey  The many paths and practices of love, compassion and sacred wisdom.

Congregational Resources During War: A variety of resources that may be of help during this time of international conflict. 

"I No Longer Pray For Peace": Ann Weems is the author of a number of books of poetry including "Kneeling in Jerusalem," "Putting the Amazing Back in Grace," and "Psalms of Lament." She serves on the National Committee of the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship:  Ann Weems has given permission to share this poem with others.