Adults Learning, Serving, Worshiping, Praying and Building Community Together. . . .
There are a variety of Adult Groups at St. John’s who meet for at least one if not more of the reasons stated above. Small Groups are the backbone of the church allowing people to connect and encourage one another in the faith. Below is a brief description of these dynamic groups at St. John’s.
Contact Jeanne Jones (Director of Lay Ministries) for more information about any of these groups:
firstname.lastname@example.org • (845) 452-1550 ext. 12
Throughout the year, Adult Education class sessions are offered, usually in 4 to 8 week sessions and taught by Pastor whitlock. There is one session Wednesday morning and one on Wednesday evening. You do NOT have to know the Bible well to attend, this is a welcoming group who come together to learn more about the Bible, God and other matters of faith.
There are many ChristCare Groups to choose from that meet on various times/days of the week. Each group incorporates Community Building & Care, Bible Study/Learning, Worship & Prayer and Service. Groups range from 4 to 12 people and meet usually twice a month. The people encourage and support one another in our common walk of faith.
Christian Fellowship Group
The Christian Fellowship Group meets twice a month and invites both men and women to join them. They study the Bible, pray and serve the community through various activities and projects.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
People knit or crochet prayer shawls for others who are sick, hurting or in need of encouragement. This ministry reaches out to people when they need someone to care and can be a tangible reminder of the Love of God offered through his servant’s hands.
Bible Study Breakfast
This group of men study scripture and what is means for their lives over breakfast at a local diner twice a month. They use the Serendipity Bible which has various topics of study pertinent to their lives and faith. It is open to all adult men.
Men’s Small Group Ministry
This Men’s Small Group Ministry was formed in 2006 to provide support for members and do Bible and other studies related to our religious experiences. It grew out of a need to address various stresses – job, health and so on – in our lives in a Christian context with other men. This group is open to all adult men.