What is an Adult Bible Fellowship?
Adult Bible Fellowship’s are mid-sized communities between 15 and 90 people who meet to learn, extend care, and serve together. Some ABF’s meet on campus and are assembled by stage of life and age. We also have ABF’s that meet in homes throughout the area.
ABF (Adult Bible Fellowship)
On site small communities who meet Sunday to learn, extend care, and serve together.
HABF (Home Adult Bible Fellowship)
Small communities who meet off-site to learn, extend care, and serve together.
Connections: If you are an early riser you will enjoy this group as they will meet for breakfast and have their class before the first service. The average attendance for this class is 16 and they enjoy serving together as a group. The age range is 30+. | Rm. 222
Freeway: a 4-week class (Sept. 9-30) to grow in your relationship with God and others, a time of engagement in developing connection groups | Rm. 123
Real Life: Singles 35+ who enjoy many outside activities. | Rm. 211
Nearly & Newly Married: We are young families. We range from our early 20s to mid 40s for the most part. We usually have an average of about 10-12 on a given Sunday. We get together for socials outside of Sunday mornings to keep pouring into each other’s lives. | Rm. 208
Rooted: A small group in their 20’s – 30’s looking to grow in their faith and challenge each in their walk with Christ. | Rm. 201
Inter@ct: Average attendance of 30 adults mostly in their 50’s. This group has both married and single attendees. They believe people who love and accept each other can study the Bible better together, and apply it with more integrity. They enjoy great conversation during the lessons, and are very active outside of church. They serve with First Glance in Akron. | Rm. 124
Truth Seekers: Average attendance of 20 people. Married and single adults who are 50+. A spiritually-mature group with a mission to serve our church and community. | Rm. 202
Ladies Group: Average attendance of 20 with women of all ages and life stages. We enjoy discussion-based Bible study, prayer, and supporting missionaries. | Rm. 210
Creation to Christ: Disabilities class for all ages. | Rm. 102
Running to Win: A group of 25 mid-life adults who care deeply about building relationships with each other. We enjoy supporting our adopted missionaries and serving at the Greenview Inn nursing home. | Rm. 201
The Summit: A group of 26 married couples. We enjoy digging deep into Scripture and serving together with Refuge of Hope. | Rm. 205
Grace Upon Grace: Large group of mostly empty nesters. This group supports each other through prayer and God’s word. They also support adopted missionaries and are very social. | Rm. 207
Partners in Living: Large group of senior adults, focused on lively discussion and group support for each other. | Rm. 206
Prime Time: Large group of senior adults ages 60’s+. This is a friendly, caring group that is easy to get know. They enjoy a variety of guest speakers. | Conference Rm.
Elevation: A large group of around 50, most of whom are married and raising a young family. Teaching responsibilities are shared by members of a teaching team, so we get to enjoy several different teaching styles. We encourage and support each other. | Rm. 123
Life, Marriage and Families: This class ranges from 16-30 people with most people in their 30’s. They are a group of young families focused on living out The Word in their personal lives. | Rm. 222
Young Adults College aged in their 20s | Rm. 123
Call Rhonda Messner if interested – 330.315.5909