ABFs (Sunday Bible Classes)
What are ABFs?
Adult Bible Fellowships
Adult: They are groups of people wanting to grow in their personal lives and to connect with others in the congregation.
Bible: They focus on the teaching and application of the Word of God to daily living in today’s culture.
Fellowship: They also focus on relationships, while equipping people for service and sharing their faith.
Adult Bible Fellowships are groups for study and fellowship, organized around the Sunday morning adult Bible study hour, often called Sunday School.
Our desire is to equip people to lead others to Christ and coach them to live for Him with purpose and abandon.
During the summer, we will have Electives that will be available starting June 11th. The summer studies are structured in a way that allows each week’s class to stand alone rather than to build on each other, so feel free to visit any class any time
First-Hour Summer Electives (meet at 9 a.m.) Lititz Campus
Making A Difference For Christ - a class focusing on stories of those in history who have made a difference for Christ. This class will be held in the Music Room at 9 a.m.
Second Hour Summer Electives (meet at 10:45 a.m.) Lititz Campus
Men's Class - This class will be held at 10:45 a.m. in the Music Room
Women's Class - This class will be held at 10:45 a.m. in the Art Room
Colossians - verse-by-verse discussion of Colossians. This class will be held at 10:45 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall