ADULTLife



life groups

WHAT IS A LIFE GROUP?

Life Groups are the heartbeat of true Christian community.

They are about connection doing life together.


"...Encourage each other, and build one another up."  (1 Thessalonians 5:11)

"...Care for one another." (1 Corinthians 12:25)


Group consist of 8-18 adults who meet together regularly in homes or at the church to encourage each other, study God's Word together, and do life together.



WHAT TO EXPECT

When you go to a Life Group you can expect:

  • Community Time: Get to know each other over food and casual conversation.
  • Bible or Book Study: Get to know God and His Word through studying His Word, encouraging each other in our faith journey, and individual ministries.
  • Prayer: Bring our joys and needs to the Lord together, and watch for His provision.



WHICH GROUP IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

We have a variety of Life Groups to choose from. If you'd like help getting connected, or more information about Groups, call or text Tim Pryor at 740-548-9777, or email us at lifegroups@faithcov.net


Adult Life Ministry Team Leader: Bob Berry

groups

NAVIGATORS

Navigators is a Small Group for adults of all ages. Navigators is a book study group, focusing on books about faith and Biblical themes. There is no childcare available at this study.


Group Leader: Mike Henkaline. Email Mike with questions or directions here.

Location: Gahanna

Date & Time: 2nd & 4th Sundas, 6:30-9:00pm



LIFE GROUP (Young Families/Couples)

Life Group is a small group for young families and couples. They are currently studying Rock Solid, an Evangelical Covenant Church resource that goes back to the basics of the Bible and discipleship. The material can serve as a reflective resource for mature Christians, a foundational guidebook for new Christian, and a good way to solidify and deepen your understanding of our faith and its tenets.

This small group does provide childcare for people with young children.


Group Leader: Ben Novotny. Email Ben with questions or for directions here. 

Location: Gahanna

Date & Time: 1st & 3rd Sundays, 6:30-9:00pm



MUSCATO

Muscato is a small group for adults of all ages. They are currently studying the book A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23, by W. Phillip Keller. 

There is no childcare available for this small group


Group Leader: Jim Westlake. Email Jim with any questions or for directions here.

Location: Clintonville

Date & Time: 1st & 3rd Fridays, 7:00-9:00pm



MIXED BLESSINGS

Mixed Blessings is a mature group of mostly couples, and some single people. They are welcoming, friendly, and enjoy fellowship and studying the Word of God.

There is no childcare available for this small group.


Group leader: Pat and Kathy Diamond. Email Kathy with any questions or for directions here.

Location: Westerville

Date & Time: 2nd & 4th Fridays



LUNCH CLUB (55+)

Lunch Club 55 is a small group for senior adults. They are currently studying the Immerse Bible Series: Kingdoms. Please bring your lunch with you.

There is no childcare available for this small group.


Group Leader: Tim Heintzelman. Email Pastor Tim with any questions here.

Location: Faith Covenant Church

Date & Time: 1st &3rd Fridays from 12:00-1:30pm

women ministries

Current Study: 3-4-1


Women of the Covenant are committed to advancing God's Kingdom by equipping women to grow, serve, and reach out with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Combining local Bible and book studies, service, and fellowship opportunities with denominational projects that advocate for women who have been abused (AVA), that support education for girls in Congo, that fight human trafficking, they connect women in transformational relationships and unite them in Christ to impact our world.


For more information, please email Phyllis Van here.

Men's ministry

Current Book Study: A Life Beyond Amazing

                                  by Dr. David Jeremiah


The Men's Ministry at FaithCov is dedicated to helping men chase after God in faith, action, and mind. They often lead improvement projects around the church, as well as undertake the immense job of putting the Christmas lights on our Community Christmas Tree and church building, and helping older church members with difficult home projects.


Location: Welcome Center at FaithCov.

Date and Time: Saturdays, 9:00-10:30am

Group Leader: Dave Tomashewski

 

For more information, please email Dave Tomashewski here.

ADULT DISCIPLESHIP

Sundays at FaithCov., 9:15am


At FaithCov, the centrality of the Word of God is one of our Healthy Missional Markers, 

as well as one of our Core values. All of our values come from what we discern from the Word of God. 


Throughout the year, we offer several Bible Study groups geared toward helping adults learn more about God and deepen their faith.

  • Psalms

    September 8-December 15

    The Psalms are a collection of praises and thanks to God , as well as instruction for Christians wanting to draw closer to God. Some of the Psalms are Messianic, and offer an amazing foreshadow of Jesus Christ. In Part 1, we will study the first two books of Psalms (Psalms 1-72). Each week's study stands on its own, so if you miss the first ones, you will enjoy the ones you attend. However, you will not want to miss Psalm 22 (Jesus on the cross) on September 29, or Psalms 23 and 24 (Jesus the Shepherd and King) on October 6. This Winter, and Spring (2020), we will cover Psalms 73-150.


    This study will be led by Tim Pryor, and meets in the Fellowship Hall at FaithCov from 9.15-10.15a, during our Discipleship Hour.


    For more information and any questions about this study, please click here.


  • welcoming the stranger

    September 8- October 13

    Immigration is one of the most complex and controversial issues of our time. Everyone seems to agree: The United States' immigration system has some problems. But that's sometimes as far as the agreement goes, with discussions devolving into arguments over the best policy solutions. 

    Join with us as we discuss questions like:

       -Is immigration a threat or an opportunity?

       -What does the Bible say about immigration?

       -What part of illegal do people not understand?

       -What can, or should, we do?

    There is no book for this discussion class,  and each week stands on its own; so join with us whenever you can.


    For more information and any questions about this study, please click here.