There is a variety of ways to KNOW GOD through church ministries. Study and growth opportunities through small groups and church initiatives are a focus for us. We welcome all who are interested in learning more about KNOWING GOD through these opportunities.

11:05 AM Adult Sunday School Classes


is made up of people of various ages, occupations and interests. Guests are always welcome. We meet for coffee, conversation, and an organized program in Room 115. Our programs are educational, thought-provoking and sometimes just fun. We study a wide variety of topics: religion, spirituality, health, current events, and social issues, to name a few. No program is complete without an exchange of ideas and a lively discussion. There are several social events each year, including a fall clambake and a Christmas progressive dinner. Other events might be a dinner, movie, game night, or tour.

Modern Adult Disciple Class (MAD Class)

meets off Daniels Hall. Guests are welcome at any time; the class is very informal. We explore a wide range of topics each Sunday — some spiritual, many educational. The usual format is mostly discussions, but periodically we use DVDs. We read and review books covering a wide range of topics with lively but respectful discussions. Socials include apple picking, Christmas pot luck, game nights, family picnics, and attending plays at the Beck Center to name just a few.

Small Group Studies & Fellowship

Pastor's Bible Study

meets September through May on Mondays via Zoom and Tuesdays in person at the church. This group studies short term and seasonal topics and is open to all. For more information, please contact the church office:

Wednesday Evening Bible Study

is a study for anyone looking to deepen their discipleship and utilizes a lectio divina approach. It happens on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month from 6:30 to 8:00 pm between the months of September-May. Please contact Karson for more information at