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bible fellowship

We have Bible Fellowship courses every Sunday morning at 9:30. These groups vary in age from toddlers to senior adults. The focus is the same for all ages; Bible study, relationship building, and encouraging one another with the life changing word of God in classes that are conducive to learning with appropriately designed curriculum for each age group.

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ladies bible study

Ladies Bible Study instructed by Ruth Mishler will immediately follow Dream Chasers Tuesday afternoons at 1:30

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Global university

GLOBAL UNIVERSITY CLASSES WILL BEGIN OCTOBER 3RD.  THIS CLASS IS “HOW TO INTERPRET THE BIBLE”. COST IS $100.00. IF INTERESTED, PLEASE NOTIFY THE OFFICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE SO WE CAN ORDER THE BOOKS.  BROTHER KACKLEY IS THE INSTRUCTOR.

Call 251-0230 for details

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hospitality

Instructed by Mrs. Annie Carey; hospitality classes again begin March 3. Only a small number (6) per class so put your name on the list. Classes will be held at her house. You will learn how to prepare a number of dishes and the biblical meaning of hospitality. (Currently taking a limited number of students)

A diverse group of Bible students praying with open Bibles in front of them
celebrate recovery & NA

Celebrate Recovery is a program for anyone overcoming hurts, habbits and hangups.  The meeting is held in the fellowship hall every Thursday night at 7:00pm.  It is a Bible based prgram intended to help people lead a better life.  Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meets every Tuesday and Thursday at 6pm.  

Three women that are older, middle aged and young
dream chasers

Dream Chasers meet every Tuesday at noon for lunch in the Fellowship Hall and devotion from Pastor Randy.

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DINING WITH DIABETES

Dining with Diabetes is a K-State Research and Extension health and wellness program that consist of a series of four classes that includes learning, demonstrations, physical activity and tasting healthy foods. The program's focus is to help individuals learn strategies to lessen the health risks of diabetes.  Dining with Diabetes is a national extension program provided to Kansans by K-State Research and Extension Family and Consumer Sciences professionals and community health partners. The program is a series of four 2-hour classes that are held once a week. Classes consist of a presentation on diabetes self-care or healthful food choices; a five to ten minute low-impact physical activity; presentations on tasty, healthy familiar foods, sampling foods, and demonstrations of cooking techniques using artificial sweeteners, reduced-fat foods, herbs, and spices.

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