Bible Fellowship Groups

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    Men’s Breakfast

    Men's Breakfast FellowshipThe men of this ministry meet on the first and third Saturday of each month at 7:30AM at the Vanport Hot Dog Shoppe to enjoy fellowship together, to open God’s Word, and have a cup of Joe and some pancakes. The Bible Study will be “>”When I Became A Man” Where do our ideas come from on what it is to be a man? Does the Bible contain teaching on the role of a man? What did God intend for man?
    This Bible study guide allows men to study through the Bible on the subject of manhood. Each chapter examines a key theme in the Bible on the role of a man. The chapters begin with a brief introduction to a specific topic followed by revelent questions based on Bible verses. the Bible study guide helps men to explore God’s word on practical subjects that they can easily understand and apply to their lives.
    For more information on the next meeting, please contact the church office at 724.643.8104 or feel free to email the church at *protected email*.

    Ladies Bible Study

    Ladies Bible StudyThe ladies of the church from all generations meet every  other Tuesday at 7:00pm from September thru November in the church fellowship hall to break open God’s Word. Babysitting is provided. For more information on the next meeting, please contact the church office at 724.643.8104 or feel free to email the church at *protected email*.

    Young at Heart

    Young At HeartThe older generation of our church is definitely “Young at Heart”. They meet monthly in the church kitchen to share in prayer, Bible Study, and fellowship. They occasionally have group activities to different area attractions. The only prerequisite for this fellowship group is a fun-loving attitude and warm spirit. For more information on the next meeting, please contact the church office at 724.643.8104 or feel free to email the church at *protected email*.

    Young Adult Fellowship

    Young Adult FellowshipOur Young Adult Fellowship Bible study ministers to our 18 to 29 age group. They meet every other week to enjoy the fellowship of believers and dig into the Scriptural truths of the Bible. For more information on the next meeting, please contact the church office at 724.643.8104 or feel free to email the church at gro.A1501002329CPwei1501002329vriaF1501002329@ecif1501002329fO1501002329. Right now there have been no meetings, so hold on for information to come in the future.

    Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting

    Wednesday Bible StudyThis prayer meeting is part of our Wednesday night program and we pray for upcoming events and prayer request from the congregation and e-mails of great concern.  The adults, youth, and children meet every Wednesday at 6:30pm at the church. Why not come out and enjoy in the fellowship of other believers while you open up the Scriptures and reach out to God in prayer? For more information on the next meeting, please contact the church office at 724.643.8104 or feel free to email the church at *protected email*.

    Bowling Fellowship

    Bowling FellowshipEveryone is welcome to our Bowling fellowship group which meets at Tri-State Bowling Lanes in Calcutta, OH which is about 15 minutes away from the church. They meet every Monday morning at 10:00 AM. It doesn’t matter what your bowling handicap is. It’s a time of fun and fellowship for all who attend. For more information on the next meeting, please contact the church office at 724.643.8104 or feel free to email the church at *protected email*.

    Small Groups will be meeting every other Sunday at 6:30pm starting September 13th until November 22nd. We will be studying “Galatians: Gospel Matters”

    The goals of the Small Group Bible Studies are to grow Christian community and to encourage spiritual maturity. We hope   everyone will make it their purpose to join into a small group of their choice.

    Why Small Groups?

    1. To open the door for biblically driven conversations that lead to  understanding and acknowledgement of truth that then leads to changed worldviews and obedient actions.

    2. To create a safe place for believers to confess sin, share their doubts, and be encouraged by others in times of confusion.

    3. To create environments where life-transforming Christian community flourishes.

    4. To connect with not- yet Christ- followers who will not come into a church building.

    5. To allow individuals to utilize their spiritual gifts for the building up of one another.

    6. To meet needs found of all ages, of every walk of life, around the world as small groups are on a mission together.

    7. To find and mentor generations of future leaders.

    8. To grow the kingdom of God through the birthing of groups by groups.