Adult Bible Study Classes & Groups
Study God's Word and its application to your life in a friendly atmosphere. Most of us are parents or empty-nesters, but all are welcome!
This group of ladies in their 50s+ is working through a study book titled "Wicked Women of the Bible" by Ann Spangler. Some of the women are traditionally "wicked" like Jezebel and Deliah, but others are "wicked" in the slang definition "cool", "awesome", "very, very good," like Sarah, and Esther.
Grace Fellowship is designed to deepen your relationship with Jesus Christ through Bible study and friendship with other 40s to 60s. Lots of laughter included!
John Fry,Group Details
Join us (mostly women in their 30s to early-40s) weekly for fellowship and Bible study over lunch. We hope to see you!
Contact Kelly Howell:
Life 2.0 is a laid back group of married couples in their 30s and 40s. Most of us have preschool or elementary age kids. On Sunday mornings we like spending time studying books of the bible together, and have been known to complete a few marriage focused bible studies too. In addition to class on Sunday mornings, we also spend time together at social and service events throughout the year. Our class has fun spending time together in God's Word on Sunday mornings at 11:15 AM. Breakfast (frequently!) provided!
If you are looking for a group of married couples that you can laugh with, learn from, and help strengthen your faith, come join us!
Madison Limbacher:Group Details
Men's Life Fall Series: Never Alone
Tuesdays, Sept. 15-Dec. 1, 2020
6:30-7:45 AM • MDPC Fellowship Hall
Continental breakfast begins at 6:00 AM.
Even though the rising rates of loneliness may not be news, the general sense of isolation among Americans today is higher than researchers previously realized. The impact of this disturbing trend is devastating. One source tells us that loneliness has the same effect on an individual’s mortality as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. As Mother Teresa once said, “Life without other people is the worst disease any human being can ever experience.”
Since 2003, Men’s Life at MDPC has motivated thousands of men to live in the fullness of God as well as to live in meaningful community with others. Join us this fall for Men’s Life: Never Alone, an impactful 11-week series uncovering the realities of loneliness in America, and what men can do about it. These should be life-changing conversations, so if you can help it, don’t come alone. Bring a friend or two!Group Details