To enrich adult understanding of Biblical texts and history, Swift Creek Baptist Church offers various adult programs ages 18 and above. These programs include events for women, men, singles, and seniors. We offer seasonal Bible studies and other events that will increase your knowledge of Christ, enhance your relationship with Him and others, and provide an avenue for you to feel connected with Swift Creek Baptist Church. New participants are always welcome. Below are descriptions of the various age groups.
We want to provide you with what you need for this specific time in your life and believe that God’s Word has the answers. Hand-in-hand, with the guidance we can gain from the Bible, is the comfort and practical application that others may provide. There is a special bond that exists within our God-family and we are pleased to provide a variety of classes to best fit the issues and ages of membership.
Sunday morning Connect Groups are a weekly opportunity to come together and study the Word of God in a smaller group setting. There are classes to choose from at the 8, 9:30, and 11am hours in a variety of teaching styles. Getting involved in a Connect Group is the best way you can build deeper relationships with fellow church members, and it is the primary way we as a church meet each other’s needs and minister to one another.
Coming from the unique perspective of men, the range of offerings includes a Men’s Breakfast, small group study sessions, and Sunday morning Bible study groups. To meet the increasing demands of son, father, grandfather, friend, husband, worker and leader – our men’s groups and activities are uniquely structured to provide the tools needed to keep a balanced approach to a wholesome life and pure godliness.
Women today need a diverse assortment of skills – from homemaker to co-worker, from wife to mom, from confidante to giver-of-wisdom. Today’s woman is an intricate design of unique qualities. To confront these challenges, our women’s ministry offers Wednesday night and Thursday morning Bible studies, MOPS (Moms of Preschoolers), annual events, service opportunities, and retreats. We strive to provide specific answers to specific needs facing all women.
Building on the unique qualities of what each person brings to the ministry, we strive to study topics that are relevant within the college setting and the workplace so that all are able to connect with God where they are. Using this study time, we hope to prepare students for their role as a Christ-follower in the workplace or university.
The Young at Heart Ministry is for those who are empty nesters and who may be retired, close to retirement age, or thinking about retirement. This is a vital group of individuals who meet on a monthly basis to discuss topics of specific interest to them. Young at Heart is very active with trips, shared meals, and engaging in a variety of activities to make life more interesting. Events are planned year-round.
The leaders of the Friends Ministry is determined that every special need student knows and experiences the love of God. They provide an atmosphere of love and acceptance, and a foundation for faith in Christ through developmentally appropriate Bible study and activities that will encourage and challenge each student. Their goal is to build on this foundation by promoting godly character and conduct that is based on Biblical principles.