Join us as we grow in fellowship and continue our lifelong journey of learning. Small groups are available on a variety of topics and at several meeting times.
Are you interested in joining or helping to lead a small group? Contact Dr. Maureen Paterson for more information or the latest schedule.
Sunday Morning Small Groups
The Early Bird Bible Study – 7:45 am, Church House Library
The Early Birds meet for coffee and fellowship at 7:45 (or sometimes 8:45 am if the Adult Study Group is not meeting) in the Church House library on Sunday mornings. Our study runs from 7:45 am – 8:45 am (the coffee is ready by 7:30, if you want to grab a cup and catch up before the lesson starts.) Visitors and new members are always welcome!
Adult Study Group – 11 am, Zoom discussion
I Love to Tell The Story: Background and Discussion
Are you looking for ways to help deepen your experience of and participation in the 2019- 2020 church-wide theme “I Love to Tell The Story?” Would you like to know more about and discuss the biblical texts used in our worship? If so, we invite you to join us in a new series of background presentations and discussions about the Bible and the Narrative Lectionary biblical texts used for this year’s sermons. This series, led by Charles King, will be held most Sundays.
All are welcome, whether you are a relative beginner in studying the Bible or a seasoned expert.
Walk and Talk Group – Betty Hahn’s home (144 Village Drive, Basking Ridge) from 9 – 11 am.
The Walk & Talk Group meets at 9 am on alternate Tuesdays at the home of Betty Hahn. The group begins with a short walk and then proceeds to coffee and discussion. Lunch meetings are occasionally held at a nearby restaurant to accommodate member’s schedules. The group is currently working with Kathleen Norris’s Amazing Grace. Contact Betty Hahn for more information: 908-221-9294.
Women’s Bible Studies
Wednesday Women’s Bible Study – Church House Parlor at 9:30 am
Join us in this new year as we begin a study on Ruth on Wednesday, January 15. She was a woman of great faith and courage and her story is one of moving from tragedy and famine to triumph and belonging. As we study her story we will learn more about our own life of faith and discipleship. Come when you can and bring a friend.
Please contact Maureen Paterson if you have any questions.
Lead by Dr. Maureen Paterson