Adult Fellowship Groups
There are a number of fellowship groups which meet regularly throughout the year, as well as many Bible study groups, musical ensembles, and outreach groups that provide a deep sense of fellowship for our members . For information on any of these groups, please contact us.
Adult Bible Studies – A number of groups meet on Sunday morning and throughout the week where members build friendships as they study the Scriptures together. Learn more.
Men’s Ministry – Our men’s fellowship meets monthly on Saturday mornings for breakfast and prayer. Each month features guest speakers covering a range of topics. Each spring, the Men’s Ministry Team also sponsors a Golf Outing.
Musical Ensembles – All of our music ensembles rehearse weekly and provide members with the opportunity of getting to know others better as they share their music gifts together in praise and worship. Learn more.
Prayer Shawl Ministry – Every 1st and 3rd Monday from 12:30-2:00, members gather at the church to knit prayer shawls for various members who are in need of comfort and healing, as well as those celebrating blessings such as new births.
Prayer Shawl Ministry & New Life Women's Shelter - Meets weekly on Wednesdays at 11:00 am at the Good News Partners New Life Women's Shelter shelter at 7632 N. Paulina across the street from a Just Harvest Soup Kitchen. Relax, no stress, it's very cool, so come stitch and share with us at the New Life Women's Shelter this summer. You can share your faith, your needlework skills, learn new stitches, and make new friends. Email for more information.
Muslim Outreach Fellowship – This group meets every other week with local Muslims who desire to build peace and friendship across our cultures. There are also a number of larger fellowship events throughout the year.
Alcoholics Anonymous - Individuals come together for this 12-step addiction recovery support group every Friday night at 8:00 p.m.
Shalom Neighbors – This is a wonderful opportunity to join others in the congregation who want to regularly fellowship with Jewish neighbors in the community to gain insight and understanding about each other's culture and religion.