Adult Ministries

Our Adult Ministries provide opportunities for all adults, from young adults in their early 20s to senior adults. We offer Sunday School classes, Bible studies and small groups, and many more ways to connect and be involved throughout the life of our church!


Senior Adults

Our seniors are deeply involved in every aspect of our church life. You will see our senior adults working in God’s Grace Food Pantry or taking classes in our Lifelong Learning program. You’ll hear voices in the choir and see them ringing hand bells, teaching classes or participating in a Bible study.

Senior Adult Ministries focus on the spiritual needs and interests of members 55 years of age and older. We attempt to work with the unique strengths and needs of our senior members. The spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical and financial aspects of senior living are the major focus of this ministry. We encourage you to stay tuned to our website to see what activities are scheduled and how you may become involved.

Adult Sunday School Classes

We have several Adult Sunday School classes to choose from. Classes meet each Sunday at 9:45 a.m. Find your group here.

Young Adults

Starting off in adult life has its challenges! That’s why it’s vital to places to grow and people to share our experiences with.  We hope you’ll find a home here and be a part of this growing ministry and all it has to offer.

Through small groups, Sunday School classes, and special gatherings and events, we work to enable young adults and families the opportunity to grow in their faith and in connection with the church.

We're Going to the Holy Land!

Click here to learn more about our special trip as we walk in the footsteps of Jesus!  February 28 – March 9, 2023!

Check out our Senior Adult Facebook pages!

Message Us!

To learn more, please feel free to message us.

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Scripture Reading: Paul's Letter to Philemon


From Paul, who is a prisoner for the cause of Christ Jesus, and our brother Timothy.

To Philemon our dearly loved coworker, Apphia our sister, Archippus our fellow soldier, and the church that meets in your house.

May the grace and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ be with you.

Paul’s prayer for Philemon

Philemon, I thank my God every time I mention you in my prayers because I’ve heard of your love and faithfulness, which you have both for the Lord Jesus and for all God’s people. I pray that your partnership in the faith might become effective by an understanding of all that is good among us in Christ. I have great joy and encouragement because of your love, since the hearts of God’s people are refreshed by your actions, my brother.

Paul’s appeal for Onesimus

Therefore, though I have enough confidence in Christ to command you to do the right thing, I would rather appeal to you through love. I, Paul—an old man, and now also a prisoner for Christ Jesus—  appeal to you for my child Onesimus. I became his father in the faith during my time in prison. He was useless to you before, but now he is useful to both of us.  I’m sending him back to you, which is like sending you my own heart. I considered keeping him with me so that he might serve me in your place during my time in prison because of the gospel.  However, I didn’t want to do anything without your consent so that your act of kindness would occur willingly and not under pressure. Maybe this is the reason that Onesimus was separated from you for a while so that you might have him back forever— no longer as a slave but more than a slave—that is, as a dearly loved brother. He is especially a dearly loved brother to me. How much more can he become a brother to you, personally and spiritually in the Lord!

So, if you really consider me a partner, welcome Onesimus as if you were welcoming me. If he has harmed you in any way or owes you money, charge it to my account. I, Paul, will pay it back to you (I’m writing this with my own hand). Of course, I won’t mention that you owe me your life.

Yes, brother, I want this favor from you in the Lord! Refresh my heart in Christ.  I’m writing to you, confident of your obedience and knowing that you will do more than what I ask. Also, one more thing—prepare a guest room for me. I hope that I will be released from prison to be with you because of your prayers.

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