Our Senior Adult Ministry is a place for you to get connected through groups, Bible studies and special events and for you to find your place in ministry as you serve our church, our community, and our world. We have many ways for you to get plugged in and grow in your journey with the Lord. Welcome to Adult Ministry at Hebron Church. Life is better connected. We offer a variety of ways for you to get connected within Hebron Church. Worship, Connect Groups, serving in one of our various ministries or reaching out to those in our community.
Adult Ministries. Experience God, explore the Bible, and form lasting friendships in one of our many adult ministry groups. Sunday School Classes. We offer four adult Sunday School classes during our Sunday morning worship gathering. All classes meet from 9:15-10:30 AM. An effective leader will work with church and community leaders of all ages to address the needs of young adults and opportunities for growing as Christian disciples. Young-adult ministry shall be for, with, and by young adults. Young adults in the congregation and community will grow in faith as Christian disciples.
Adult Ministries. Experience God, explore the Bible, and form lasting friendships in one of our many adult ministry groups. Read more. SENIOR ADULT MINISTRY IDEA S Our churches are being challenged to provide specific activities for seniors. This has come about because there are more senior adults in our congregations than ever before. Given the fact that seniors are living longer and are more active, our senior adult ministries need to.
Our men’s ministry at Southmont Baptist Church offers men the opportunity to sharpen their lives through guidance, strength, and encouragement from one another. The purpose of the men’s ministry is to glorify God by doing His will, encouraging one another, and reaching others through worship, fellowship, discipleship, and ministry. The Big List of Ministry Names. Naming your ministry is a big deal. Ever since the early church first gained the name “The Way” (Acts 9:2), and especially in our modern times, ministries have felt the need to have a name that defines and guides the mission.