At Swift Creek we desire to see every adult learn and grow together while encouraging one another along the way. Our main focus for adult ministry is our Sunday morning Connect Groups. Through these groups, you can experience biblical community, study and discuss the bible, and be encouraged to go out with the message of Jesus to friends, neighbors and co-workers. Connect Groups are offered based on age and stage of life. Find a Connect Group

Beyond Sunday morning, we offer Women’s, Men’s, and Senior Adult ministries. We hope these ministries provide you with what you need for this specific time in your life and allow you to become a growing member of our Swift Creek Community. We believe that God’s Word always has the answers, and we invite you to explore with us!

Women’s Ministry

The Women’s Ministry at Swift Creek seeks to provide opportunities for women to grow toward maturity in Christ through discipleship, fellowship, service, and outreach.

Bible Study

We offer a weekly Bible study (9:30a, 6:30p in-person, and 1:00p virtual) on Tuesdays for women of all ages. Our goal is to encourage a deeper understanding of God’s word by offering a multigenerational context so that mentor relationships naturally occur around the tables in small groups.


We enjoy getting together for fellowship each month at our “Coffee & Community” events. This Spring we are hosting a Women’s FunShops April 12 & 13. We are excited about some opportunities to serve a group of field personnel who will be training at the International Learning Center during the months of April and May. We invite you to join us as we Gather, Grow, Give, and Go together! 

Join the “Women’s Ministry at Swift Creek” Facebook Group for the latest news and information or contact us at women@swiftcreekbaptist.org.

Swift Creek MOMS

Swift Creek MOMs is designed for any woman with children in the home. Our goal is to point the women of Swift Creek Baptist Church and their friends to become more Christ-like as we behold His glory. (2 Corinthians 3:18-19) 

Each month we gather for mom’s nights out and playdates. These are relaxed times where deeper relationships can be fostered with one another.

As a subgroup of the Women’s Ministry, we encourage moms to participate in Women’s Bible Study. MOMS group will occasionally split from the rest of the study for a special session just for moms. During this time, we will have a guest speaker with ample discussion time pertaining to specific concerns in motherhood. 

During Women’s Bible Study, your child will be in an age-appropriate room with our childcare workers.  They will be well cared for and learn about the love of Jesus. We also offer a homeschool room for school-aged children. Per church policy, all childcare workers are required to have a background check.

Men's Ministry


Our Men’s Ministry is focused on encouraging every man to be involved in a Men’s Small Group – we call them Life Groups. These groups of 6-8 men meet weekly or in some case every other week to have fellowship, study the bible, and hold one another accountable as we seek to worship and serve the Lord.


In addition to small groups, keep an eye out for events scheduled throughout the year. These events are designed to help men get to know each other, connect in community, and have some fun! In the past these events have included camping trips, golf tournaments, and even a corn hole tournament. 

Contact us at men@swiftcreekbaptist.org

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Senior Adult Ministry

Young at Heart

Monthly Meetings: 2nd Thursday of the month at 11a. (September to May)

All seniors are invited to Young At Heart for a time of fellowship, a delicious meal and an entertaining program. There is nothing better than a fresh and delicious meal – unless it is friends to enjoy it with. We share ideas, share solutions, and from time to time share remedies for a strained muscle or a sore back. 

This is a place to form friendships, gain a golfing buddy or a shopping friend, and learn a little bit along the way.  If an unexpected illness or injury puts someone out of commission for a while, those in “Young At Heart” are always willing to help. You will also hear about the most important thing in this life – what it takes to have eternal life; having a personal relationship with the Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. So, if you’d like to join us for food, fellowship and fun, we would love to have you.

Contact us at youngatheart@swiftcreekbaptist.org

Support Ministries

These support ministries provide a compassionate environment where individuals facing similar challenges can come together for mutual encouragement, understanding, and aid. Learn more below!

You Are Not Alone - Lifelong Illness
You are not alone.

Living with a lifelong illness can be profoundly challenging, that’s why this ministry was created to support you through this journey.

This initiative seeks to explore how best to support our community through prayer, visitation, and shared activities while growing together in faith and comfort.

Your participation and feedback will help shape the direction of this ministry—please join us in this compassionate endeavor to strengthen our church family. Fill out the interest form online to participate or volunteer.

Interest Form


GriefShare is a faith-based support group program designed specifically to help individuals cope with the emotional and spiritual challenges associated with losing a loved one.

There are typically two multi-week sessions during the school year on Wednesday Nights. These series of weekly meetings combine video seminars featuring experts, group discussions, and personal workbook exercises. We provide a blend of biblical teaching and group support to help participants move from mourning to joy as they navigate their grief journey.

Scheduled classes are listed on our Events page. 
More general information at GriefShare.org


DivorceCare is a faith-based support group program designed to help individuals who are separated or divorced. It provides a safe, welcoming environment where participants can find help, discover hope, and experience healing.

There are typically two multi-week sessions during the school year on Wednesday Nights. These series of weekly meetings combine video seminars featuring experts, group discussions, and personal workbook exercises, all aimed at addressing the emotional, practical, and spiritual challenges that come with divorce.

Through its structured approach, DivorceCare helps participants process their experiences and move toward rebuilding their lives.

Scheduled classes are listed on our Events page. 
More general information at DivorceCare.org