There are many opportunities to get involved in the various adult ministries at Reformation.
Sunday and Mid-week Bible Classes
Join us for a new Sunday Bible Study, “Reformation: Grace, Faith, Scripture,” starting Sunday, August 13
What does it mean to be a Lutheran Christian? Martin Luther sparked the Reformation when he nailed his protest to the door of the Castle Church in 1517. That protest had the one goal: bring the church back to the foundation of the Bible. To be a Lutheran Christian means to base our teaching and practice on the Bible alone. Our new study, Reformation: Grace, Faith, Scripture, presents 12 important biblical principles that are still important to us and all Bible-believing Christians today. Join us in the church sanctuary each Sunday starting on August 13 as we explore these important and enduring truths.
A basic Christianity class that offers a reassuring atmosphere for people to discover more about God, the Bible, and what we believe here at Reformation.
Other Classes (Varies)
Provides in-depth topical groups for further Bible study and growth in God’s Word.
These groups of 6-10 people gather together in members' homes during the week in order to deepen their relationship with Jesus through the study of God's Word, strengthen their relationships with one another, pray for one another, encourage one another, and serve one another.
Further Education and Support Programs
Offers a comprehensive, balanced, and functional curricula from a Christian perspective for a variety of different interests (e.g., Finances, Marriage, Parenting, Prison Ministry, Vacation Bible School, Easter for Kids, Christmas for Kids, etc.)
Praises God through song and worship for special services and events
Leads worship every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month, playing contemporary music from various Christian artists
Enhances the sight and sound quality for each service and event
If you are interested in any of these ministries or if you have any questions about them, contact the church office, 858-279-3311.