We offer a variety of small and large group environments to grow men and women in their walk with Jesus. This involves Bible studies and service opportunities inside and outside the church.
Young Adults Group
New group forming, led by Jim Frederick, designed for post-college young adults. Contact Jim or Pastor Clarke for additional info. Sign Up here!
Compass Bible Class
Join us for a study in James using the 3-Question Method: What does God’s Word say? What does it mean? What does it mean to me? Sunday mornings, Adult Ed Room, 10:45–12. For more information, contact Alan Josey at email@example.com.
Voyagers believes young marriages succeed when husbands and wives seek Christ together and are supported by the local church family as they do so. That’s why we encourage Young Marrieds to attend Sunday services and to join a home group.
It’s never too late to jump in! To find out about more groups contact group leaders to get info on a group or Pastor Clarke Brogger.
This fall, we are planning to formally kick off the Vintage Fellowship to meet at Voyagers on the first and third Thursdays of the month, starting in October, 2018. These ongoing meetings will consist of worshiping, teaching, ministering, praying and connecting in fellowship with one another. This ministry for ages 50+ will be open to all in the community who are seeking fellowship with similarly situated adults.
Fathers & Sons Together- for all dads and their sons aged 4th grade and above. Meet with others of the same life stage and walk through the responsibility of “dad-ship” together. Contact pastor Clarke with any questions. Learn what it means to be an authentic Christian man. Alongside their fathers, they study God’s Word, worship, play, and serve the Lord. Voyagers believes that sons need fathers to actively influence their spiritual and emotional growth and well-being.
Each grade-specific group sets its own meeting schedule, generally getting together once every two to four weeks for 90 minutes on an available night. Most of the time, the boys start by playing games while the fathers discuss the night’s curriculum, and then the group meets together for Bible study, sharing, prayer, and dessert!
If you want to get more info, or want to join a F.A.S.T. group, contact Steve Albin.
Mothers Mentoring Our Daughters (M.M.O.D.) helps young women (5th-12th grade) learn what it means to be an authentic Christian. Alongside their mothers, they study God’s word, worship, play, and serve the Lord. Voyagers believes that daughters need mothers to actively influence their spiritual and emotional growth and well-being.
Each grade-specific group sets its own meeting schedule, generally getting together once every two to four weeks for 90 minutes on an available morning, afternoon or evening. Most of the time, the girls start by playing games while the moms discuss the night’s curriculum, and then the group meets together for Bible study, sharing, prayer, and dessert!
If you have any questions or would like to be involved, please contact Anne Hobbs (5th-12th grade), or 949-616-6632.