New Spring Adult Sunday School classes:Spring Classes
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WHO WE ARE
Shady Grove Presbyterian Church is a loving and warm church community of people of all ages who are committed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We seek to serve the diverse community of Montgomery County, everyone from our elected leaders to newly-arrived non-English speaking neighbors. Attendance on Sundays averages around 250 and includes younger and older families, children and youth, college students, singles, and empty nesters.
WHY WE'RE HEREOur goal is to be a church community where people seeking to serve Jesus Christ can grow in their personal walk with Him and in their ability to serve His Kingdom in our area and around the world. We have a blended worship service that mixes contemporary Scripture songs and praise choruses with the traditional hymns. Our doctrine emphasizes the sovereignty of God in all things, especially salvation. We ascribe to the Westminster Confession of Faith and we are a member of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).
Sun, Apr 28
Inquirer’s Class, led by Pastor Baile, will be meeting in Pastor Baile’s office (Room 14) during Sunday school. The class will run from April 28-May 26 (5 Sundays). The class is for those inquiring about church membership and learning more about our church. If you would like to be in the class, please email the church at [email protected]
Shady Grove Book Club
Mon, May 20
Veronica Kerr's home
Spring is a busy season so we've chosen a short book of only 200 pages to read. The book club will discuss Openness Unhindered by Rosario Butterfield in May and all are invited to join us (male/female; SGPCA member/non-member; youngish/oldish; Christian/non-Christian; completed reading the book/did not complete reading the book). Consider joining us for fellowship, food, and a casual discussion. We will meet at Veronica Kerr's home on May 20 at 7:00 pm.
Young Adult Bible Study
Thu, May 23
Young Adult Bible Study meets Thursday evenings from 7:00-9:00 pm, at the home of Ben and Neva Hein.