Weekend Groups

Please note, as of March 16, 2020, our in person groups will not be meeting until further notice as we take precautions to protect our community against the Coronavirus. Check back here for updates about when this program and others will resume.

Saturday AM: Financial Peace University

Starting January 25, 9 am

We’re starting our next set of Financial Peace classes and here’s why YOU will want to attend: our previous participants collectively reduced their debut by nearly $70,000!  Are you in?  You’ll attend 9 classes starting January 25th. We will meet at 9 am.   Call or email us at 732-349-1331 or [email protected] with questions or for information on how to register.


CONNECTIONS THROUGH CRAFTING

Join us at these “hands-on” events where we can share our stories through the things we create – and spend time with and swap ideas with other people who share our passion! Everyone is welcome – no experience needed – supplies provided.  Join us for a great time of learning and sharing! Stay tuned for news on our next set of events!


Sunday Morning: Sermon Discussion Group

During Lent the Sermons will be on:
Paul’s Letter to the Galatians

Every Sunday!

Coffee,  goodies & informal table discussions!
After the 9:30 a.m. Worship Service on Sundays in the Mission Room

Facilitator roles are shared by the participants

Sunday morning sermon discussions are held in the Mission Room immediately following the 9:30 Traditional service. All are welcome to come and share their questions and/or reflections arising from the day’s sermon, or just come and listen over coffee and a breakfast goodie.

Open to all, there are no prerequisites and thus, no pressure.

Come once – or come every week! Bring a friend!


Book Discussion Groups

Sundays at 12:00 PM (after the last worship service).
A light lunch will be served
Next Meeting meeting: February 2020

Throughout the year, we will host four Book Discussions on Sundays. These events will feature a popular book, usually from the New York Times Bestsellers List – and provide an opportunity to discuss the book in a casual setting with a facilitator to help guide the discussion. Everyone is welcome! Click here for our current schedule: Book Discussion Schedule.


For more information about our Adult Education Programs contact Pat Grill, Assistant Minister of Adult Education at [email protected] or 732-349-1331 x245.