adult ministries

From family worship to programs for mature adults, our mission is to aid in the spiritual growth of individuals so each can develop into daily followers of Christ and go into the world to share the Good News.

  • covenant groups

    Are you looking to grow deeper in your faith? Are you interested in connecting with others who also want to strengthen their relationship with God? Then join a Covenant Group! Covenant Groups are a discipleship experience geared toward helping you enhance your ability to be tuned to the Spirit of God. Contact Rev. Adam Young to learn more.

  • Sunday school

    Adult Sunday School Classes are at 9:45 a.m. A variety of class formats are available, ranging from lecture style to open discussion. Members of some classes are in similar life stages; others have members of all ages. Guests are welcome in all classes and may contact the church for more information. A list of all classes and more information is available at the Welcome Booth.

  • Bible study & small group

    Thursday Morning Bible Study

    8:30am weekly

    This is the oldest continuous Bible study group in our church. It began around 1960 and has met every Thursday since, Thanksgiving excepted. Both men and women are welcome. For more information, contact Bill Escarre.

    Women's Bible Study

    9:30am Wednesdays

    Weekly gathering led by Pat Christley.

    Covenant Discipleship Group

    Contact Pat Christley for more information about this newly launched small group.

  • United Methodist Women

    United Methodist Women is a community of women that is:

    • Centered in relationship with God through Jesus Christ
    • Focused on ministries with women, children, and youth
    • Involved in mission locally and globally

    Meetings are typically held at 11:30 a.m. on the second Monday of each month, including lunch and a program. Additional activities are scheduled throughout the year. Contact Joyce Boyer for more information.

  • Stephen Ministry

    Stephen Ministry is Christian caregiving for people in need of support in their lives. It is a one-on-one ministry in which all information shared is held in confidence. One way to put it is that Stephen Ministers are the After People. 

    Stephen Ministers are there:
    . . . after the baby arrives, demanding more of you than you ever dreamed possible.
    . . . after the nursing home director shakes your hand and says, "Welcome to your new home."
    . . . after you find a pink slip with your final paycheck.