Stacey Stewart | email@example.com Casual come-and-go play time for children Pre-K and under. This group meets at various locations around Edmond for play, support, advice, and laughs. New families always welcome!
Karen Littlefield | firstname.lastname@example.org Holy Seekers is a mixed group of couples and singles ages 50+. We take turns selecting and presenting lessons or devotionals and meet in members’ homes. We always have an open chair for someone new!
Rev. Josh Attaway | email@example.com Men face unique challenges – juggling roles at home, our jobs, and in the community. For men who are striving to balance these roles, grow in their faith, and actively seek God’s will, you are invited to engage in our weekly faith group, serve in a mission capacity, and mentor others. The Men’s Ministry is a great way to become more engaged in the church.
The Men’s Bible Study Community Group will be starting a new study, led by Rev. Josh Attaway, on the letters of Peter. This is an in-depth Bible study going verse-by-verse through the scriptures. There is also a Zoom option in addition to the in-person class.
Sarah Cohea | firstname.lastname@example.org Laugh out loud and smile through tears at Mom Core. Enjoy encouragement, insight and fellowship each week. Optional breakfast is available for $5. Coffee and childcare are free!
Morgan Green | email@example.com Want community without adding another stressor to your “over-committed” life. We meet between worship services to accommodate attending either service. We spend our time discussing life, God, and family. We also have monthly gatherings outside of church to enjoy time together while including our children. Age 30s and 40s.
Victoria Woods | firstname.lastname@example.org Seekers is a very diverse group of fun adults, both single and married, with ages ranging from late 20’s up to 78 that meets on the 4th Monday of each month at 6 p.m. We have group discussions about our current book study on Rick Warren’s, “The Purpose Driven Life.” Feel free to join us, we always keep an empty chair to fill!
Karen Littlefield | email@example.com Singles of all ages are invited to join a new study with the Single Vision Community Group. We will be looking at “31 Proverbs to Light Your Path” by Liz Curtis Higgs on May 24. We meet via zoom from 6-7 p.m. every Monday. Wherever you are on your journey, here is the wisdom you need for the road ahead. It’s an uplifting reminder that God holds your future in His loving hands. You’ll soon discover how practical and meaningful the book of Proverbs is, as you apply its ancient wisdom to your modern life. Email Karen Littlefield for the Zoom link.
Rev. Josh Attaway | firstname.lastname@example.org Men of all ages are invited to the Under Construction: Building Men of God group. This morning meeting promotes fellowship and growth with other dads and husbands.
It’s time for WOW! The Women On Wednesday community group has a new study based on the book “Lord, Only You Can Change Me” by Kay Arthur. Women of all ages are invited to join! We meet every Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. on Zoom, so invite your friends to join us from anywhere in the world! For the Zoom link, email Karen Littlefield at email@example.com or call (405) 323-8312.
Parents, do you feel as if you are drowning in a sea of hormones, attitudes, and uncertainty as you navigate the tumultuous teenage years with your children? The Parenting Lifeline Community Group is a safe and supportive place for you to walk alongside other parents of teens and tweens. More Info: Sarah Cohea at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (405) 630-8567.
March 27: Improve Your Relationship With Your Teen
A strong relationship with your teen is the cornerstone for having influence in his or her life. Parenting and developing a relationship with teenagers requires a different approach than when they were young. We’ll explore what a mentoring and coaching approach might look like and discuss practical steps you can take to build and strengthen your relationship with your teen.
April 3: What Parents Need to Know About Technology And Your Teen
Social media platforms, video games, parental controls, screen time limits. It’s enough to make your head spin! Hear from a member of the Edmond Police Department what parents need to know about technology and your teen. We’ll learn what to be aware of and the steps we can take to keep our teens safe.
April 10: Getting Your Teen To Talk
Does it seem like your teen clams up when you ask a question? There is a proven technique you can use to get your teen to talk to you. We’ll discuss how to help your children feel heard, understood, and loved. As you use this technique with your children (and others!), you’ll see the walls between you fall down. You’ll increase your influence in their lives as you learn to communicate with each other more effectively.
April 17: NO class – Easter Sunday
April 24: Anxiety And Your Teen
Many teens today are experiencing anxiety. Sheila Stinnet from Edmond Family Counseling will share tips for how to help you and your teen cope. You’ll also learn the warning signs you look for that signal when you need to seek outside help and how to assemble the team to help your child thrive.
May 1: Cultivating A Thriving Home Atmosphere
We want our homes to be a place of refuge for our family. But in today’s fast-paced society, how can we create a thriving home atmosphere that allows everyone to achieve their God-given potential with less stress? We’ll work through exercises to help you identify the atmosphere you want to have in your home and discuss two practical ways to begin cultivating your vision.
email@example.com Ladies, of all ages, are invited to take part in the Just for Fun Community Group. This group is exactly what it sounds like – a group all about having fun together! This group meets for various fun activities and field trips each month.
Laura Manwell | firstname.lastname@example.org Ladies of all ages are welcome to enjoy a night out with food, fun, and fellowship! Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at a different local restaurants.
This community group invites animal lovers to take part in sharing, growing, and serving together as we experience the remarkably unique and spiritual relationships that we share with the animals who provide us with comfort and companionship.
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