Join us every Wednesday night starting September 12!
Our goal is to offer Christian study and Christian fellowship small groups that meet diverse needs for all ages. Everyone is welcome!
Wonderful Wednesdays take place during the school year, with a Fall Session and a Winter/Spring Session.
1:30 – Rev. Frey’s Bible Study (History of the Bible)
5:00 – Small Groups / Classes (See descriptions below)
5:00 – Children’s Choir rehearsal
6:00 – Youth Bell Choir rehearsal
6:00 – Family Supper in the Fellowship Hall (Adults $5; kids are FREE)
7:00 – Small Groups / Classes
Join your friends at Bath Church on Wednesday evenings at 6:00 p.m. for supper and fellowship. The cost is $5.00 per adult and kids eat FREE! The meal runs from 6-6:45 p.m. There will be an activity or focus event, and prayer/devotion during the meal time. No reservations are required. There is a sign-up sheet to help with desserts & clean-up.
Too busy to attend a class? Need to grab a quick bite to eat? Stop by just for supper! Yum!
CLASSES STARTING SEPTEMBER 12, 2012:
5:00 – 6:00 p.m.:
Card Ministry. Led by Cecelia Marquette. Make greeting cards to share and for sale to the congregation.
“The Historical Context of our Faith”. Moderated by Chuck Ausherman. The class will utilize DVD presentations by nationally ranked university teachers on the Old and New Testament with a special emphasis on the book of Revelation. The purpose of this class is to broaden our understanding based on an historical approach.
7:00 – 8:00 p.m.:
Homework Club. Meet with “Mr. Wizard”, our own Jeff Buchman, to get school homework done, and done right!
“WHY? Making Sense of God’s Will”. A DVD series moderated by Barry Lamkin. Discuss Adam Hamilton’s book “WHY?” Hamilton addresses those troubling questions of faith! See if you agree. (NOTE: This class starts Wednesday, September 26).
The Books of James & Hebrews. Bible Study with Rev. Frey. We often quote verses from these books in the back of the New Testament. But what is the rest of the story they have for us? You may be surprised. (This class also offered at 1:30 p.m.)
Small Groups and Classes vary each session and have included the following:
Book Study (recent books include: “Living a Life that Matters”, “Catching Fireflies”, “Money Enough”, and “Revelations”)
Homework Helpers (helping youth get their homework done!)
Recreational Groups (Ping-Pong, Basketball, Volleyball, etc.)
Craft Groups (Card-Making with Cecilia Marquette; LINUS Blankets with Kim Slate)
Projection Booth “How To” (led by George Brandt)
Computer Learning Groups