Ministry for Adults: Growing as Disciples
The primary purpose of adult ministry at FBC is to help adults grow as disciples of Jesus. We are a wonderful mix of believers, seekers, and skeptics. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, there is a place for you. We believe that God is at work in all of us and that we are each evolving in our understanding and experience of the Creator. In response, we offer a wide variety of classes on Sunday mornings, at 10:00 a.m., and small groups at various times throughout the week. New groups are continually forming, so watch this website or contact the office manager for the latest opportunities.
10:00 a.m. Fall, Winter, and Spring Sunday Classes
Berean Class taught by Dr. Bill Millar (professor of religious studies at Linfield College).This class has an academic bent and is for those who desire to explore traditional and non-traditional perspectives on the Bible and faith. Please join us for the conversation.
Faith and Java A focus on practices and principles of achieving a first-hand experience of God in order to share that love and compassion with others. The group describes themselves as, “A great place for conversation, support, and fresh brewed coffee.” Facilitated by Rob Schulman.
Rainbow Class Designed to meet the interests of adults with developmental disabilities. Facilitated by Lanita Marler.
Short term classes offered several times per year. Past offerings include: Amazed by Grace, Sharing faith with our children, Media and influence on the family; conflict resolution in the family, global warming and faith, book club with Eve by William P. Young, God’s Politics by Jim Wallis, Kerygma Bible Studies (in depth studies).
Small Groups are continually emerging on a wide range of topics. The focus of groups is to help people grow spiritually, experience community, and be of service to others.