|May 2013 Calendar|
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The church sponsors its youth to attend church related functions; such as Faith-in-3D and the Youth Triennium. Church camp is available at the Presbytery’s Camp Cherokee for all ages. The youth meet as schedules can be arranged but are a vital part of worship and all activities. The church operates as an intergenerational group, knowing one another and affirming one another.
During the Summer, the Bible Study changes to Dinner and a Movie series which provides an opportunity for new people to join and a time to talk about old and current movies. A wide variety is shown.
Fellowship Class – Lecture format Bible Study led by church member Jane Lawhon.
Cornerstone Class – Men's Class in Library at 10 a.m.
Youth Class – Directed for the teenagers.
Children’s Elementary Class – Ages 6-11, activity, crafts and bible study.
Young children’s class – Ages 3-5, crafts and stories using the Bible
Presbyterian 101 offered for new members and those interested when appropriate. Led by pastor.
All classes begin by 10:00am and proceed to 10:40am. The children gather for singing each Sunday at 10:30am for the wonderful songs of childhood that teach us about our faith.
Worship follows at 11:00am.
Bible Study meets in the Fellowship Hall on most Wednesday evenings (except the 1st Wednesday of each month as this is reserved for one of the Women’s Groups). Occasionally a book is used for the study such as a Lenten or Advent program, but generally the group walks its way through a book of the Bible at its own pace. Samuel has been studied, Galatians, Mark and a study on the prophets was completed recently.
Bible Study is open to all and one can pop in and out but most members join for the time it will take to complete the study on hand.
After the study the group gathers for a meal at a local restaurant.
Please check the time on the calendar as it varies according to the year.