Group Life

Every Wednesday, a group meets for growth on a solid biblical foundation at 6:30. Discipleship Training meets in the Chapel led by Pastor Frank. The group does not meet during the summer months of June, July and August. Learn more by clicking here
freely-10175The Koinonia Class invites all adults to be a part a group that enjoys lively and thought provoking discussion. The class meets on Sundays at 8:45 in Room 114. Current study is the Book of Acts. The class is taught cooperatively by teachers who have a good grasp of Scripture. Feel free to come and be a part of the class at anytime.
Bible Study on Monday afternoons at 1:00 is an opportunity to deepen your understanding biblical living. In this season they are studying Paul’s letter of 1 Corinthians. This class taught by Pastor Frank Reeder meets in the Church Parlor (Room 114).
A Youth Class meets in Room 205 on Sundays at 8:45 AM and are learning how to study the Bible. Anybody from 6th thru 12th grades is welcome. 
REACH is our active bunch of youth. They will meet weekly on Sunday evenings in Room 205. Dave Chong and Pastor Frank give leadership. During the summer the regular weekly meetings are on hold but lots of summer activities are happening. Check the calendar.
Men’s Breakfast meets on Fridays at 8:00 at The Breakfast Shop (near Smitty’s Marina on Bay Ave in Somers Point). Great fellowship and breakfast ordered from the menu is followed by a spirited discussion of a Bible passage.
The Lunch Bunch for women meets monthly, sometimes to share a meal, sometimes to spend time in hearing each other’s journey, sometimes to talk about something they have read together. We worship, study, pray, and work together, but we don’t take the time to “know” who we are. So, if you have a story or just want to get to know one another a little more, come join us! Check the calendar for Lunch Bunch. We love to be together.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Making. Each month on the Thursday before the first Friday at 4:00, everybody is invited to make PB&J sandwiches for Sister Jean’s Kitchen in Atlantic City. The sandwiches help “tie over” the people on weekends who get a hot meal on weekdays.