ADULT DISCIPLESHIP

Our Adult Discipleship Ministry seeks to develop deeper relationships with Jesus Christ and with one another through  a variety of small group studies, Sunday morning classes, and church-wide fellowship events. 

We offer a variety of studies, events and activities throughout the year, so be sure to check back often for updates. You'll also find a upcoming events listed on our Events page.

COMING SOON

HeBrews: NEW Church-Wide Study

June 25th-September 3rd

The book of Hebrews was written to a group of Christians who were facing difficult times. They needed the reassurance that what, and even more importantly, who, they believed in was absolutely trustworthy. And they needed encouragement that would help them to persevere in persecution. In his attempt to provide for these needs, the unidentified author of Hebrews presents a water-tight defense of Jesus Christ, in whom they have believed, along with examples, exhortation, and encouragement to stay in the race.

Sunday Schedule

9:15-9:30am - Fellowship; light snacks and drinks

9:30-10:20am - Study in large and small groups

10:30-11:30am - Combined Worship

 

CURRENT STUDIES

Sunday Morning Study

The Pentateuch Continues . . . This study meets at 9:45am in Room 202. It highlights the end of the Pentateuch and continues the story of Scripture into the Promised Land with books Joshua and Judges. Led by Tara and John Hines.


Monday Evening Women's Study

Entrusted: A Study of 2 Timothy by Beth Moore, a study in 2nd Timothy. The study meets at 7:00pm in the APC library; ladies of all ages are invited. Led by Pattie Krzywicki and Sarah Marshall. 



Wednesday Morning Women's Study

Romans: Becoming New in Christ ​​​​​​​by Jack Kuhatschek, a Life Guide Bible Study. This study meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 10:00 am in Room 202. Led by Lenore Waggoner.


Thursday Evening Study

Our Great Cloud of Witnesses: A History of the Church and her Beliefs taught by Craig Meek. This study follows the history of the early church into the Reformation period, looking at how the church deals with various controversies, confesses its faith, and struggles to faithfully witness to Jesus Christ throughout history. We will look at how our story fits into the wider story of God's people that continues in the life and worship of the church today. Classes are for Adults (High Schoolers also encouraged and welcomed), include weekly required readings given out in a binder, and begins at 7:00pm. Note: Please email Craig or call the church office at (703) 729-2012 if you plan to participate in this study so he can create a binder for you.