Pastor Chris leads the Experiencing God (Henry Blackaby) study on Sunday mornings between services (10:00-10:45 AM) in his office.
A group of men who gather every Wednesday morning from 6:45-7:30 AM. Prayer for each other, their families, and the church is followed by in-depth Bible study. The group typically studies one book of the Bible at a time and look at not only what the Word is saying, but how they can apply it to their daily Christian walk. New members are always welcome.
Heather Johnson leads a class on the Book of Ruth, addressing the unique concerns of women and giving opportunity for all to share with one another the Lord's work of grace in their lives. This class meets in the consistory room each Sunday, 10:00-10:45 AM.
This Bible study meets from mid-May through September. The study is led by Pat Just and will cover the gospel of John this year. Study sheets are provided each week for personal reading and reflection, culminating in group sharing and added insight from Pat when the group gets together on Thursdays. Women of all ages are welcome!
Anybody aged 60 or over is invited! The group meets each Monday at 10:30 AM for a program and at 11:30 AM for a meal. The cost for the meal is a $4.00 donation. After the meal everyone is invited to participate in dominoes, card games, or other board games. Each attendee can choose all activities or only those they find intestering. Please call 920-912-6327 by noon Friday for each following week's meal reservation. Email Darcy at email@example.com for more information about the program.
Mary Prinsen & friends offer a stretching and exercise class Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9:30 AM. All exercises and stretches are done in a sitting position. The class is open to both men and women. If you have further questions, just talk to Mary!
A group of intercessors meets each Sunday between services at 10:00 AM in Cheryl Schaefer's office, as well as the first and third Thursday of each month at 9:15 AM in the consistory room. This group is open to anyone who wants to lift before the Father the needs of our church family, community, and the world.