Coffee Break

A Community Bible Study

Coffee Break Bible Study is a comfortable and supportive place to connect with others. We start with coffee and conversation, and then move into a short introductory presentation which includes music, videos and/or speakers. After that, we break into groups to study the Bible. No Bible experience is necessary and everyone is welcome.

Current attendees describe Coffee Break as:

  • comfortable
  • supportive
  • non-judgmental
  • encouraging
  • groups with vibrant discussions
  • a place to connect

Coffee Break is for everyone: daytime groups for women and Wednesday evening groups for couples, as well as groups for women only.

Coffee Break meets from September through April at these times:

  • Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 9-11 a.m.
  • Wednesday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m.

Free childcare (ages 0 through 2 years) is provided for the morning sessions. Many parents also enroll their preschool children (ages 3-6 years) in Little Lambs, which meets during the Coffee Break morning sessions.

Here's what we'll be studying this year:
Book of John We all like a good story–especially an eyewitness account. The gospel of John is a personal account of Jesus’s life as told by one of His closest disciples. The prayer as we study John will be to see ourselves as a disciple of Jesus too!

Story of Jonah A three-week study on Jonah. We’ll explore how God challenged Jonah and his varied responses and reactions to obeying God.

Book of James A practical book of the Bible for living out the Christian life. James knows nobody's life is perfect, so in it he shares God-inspired proverb-like wisdom on life. In studying James, we hope to see and experience that real faith produces life change.




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Sisters Helping Each Other

Single Mothers Support Group

Our Mission is to serve the needs of single mothers while encourage them to help each other.
We are about - our future - our children. We are about the family and the courage it takes to face the day-to-day challenges of raising healthy and happy children as a single parent.
We are about faith - a biblically-based ministry, and we believe in our Creator and His ability to move mountains in our lives to live a more Godly life.

MONTHLY GATHERINGS: Complimentary Luncheon and Child Care
Meetings include food and fun, mentoring (counseling), guest speakers, networking, fellowship, and education.

Spring 2023 Line-Up

Apr 16: Practical Tips on Meal Planning, Ann Garnette
RSVP for the April 16th Meeting HERE.

May 7: Care and Share, Dana Foster, Author of I'm Coming Back

2023 Video Follow-Up
Mar: The Most Powerful Word, Eve Senti
Feb: Helping Your Child Navigate Social Media Kevin Hackert, Director of Technology
Jan: Building Self-Esteem Christopher Lubawski, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Basic Needs, Counseling /Mentoring /Support Groups, Referrals Services, Parenting & Children, Housing /Shelters, Legal Assistance



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