Wednesday Night Programs

Wonderful Wednesdays at Alps road Presbyterian church

See the Ministries Tab for Adult, Youth, and Children's activities and education for Wed. nights.  

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On Wednesday evenings, we have wonderful programs for all ages. The evening begins at 5:45 p.m. with a family dinner for the entire family.  At 6:15 p.m. the children 1st through 5th grade go to choir. At 6:30 all other children attend Kidz Club. Dinner continues for adults until 6:30 when the evening programs begin.  There are adult classes that run until 7:30 p.m. Click on this LINK to see the current offerings. The handbell choir meets during this time, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., and newcomers are always welcome. There are youth activities during this time with our youth interns leading the activities. Or a youth may bring his or her homework and find a place to study. Chancel choir meets from 7:30 until 8:45 p.m. Come join us for wonderful food, enjoyable activities, and Christian fellowship. Cost for the meal is $5 for adults and $2 for children (through 12 years old). College students eat free. 

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT DINNER AND CLASSES

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS - 5:45pm Dinner for all ages, $5 adults, $3 children; $15 family max

February 13:  Savory Pork Roast, Cinnamon Apples, Green Beans, Valentine’s Day Salad, Berry Valentine Pie, and Pizza (Kid’s Table). Choose one of these great courses for adults: 

5:45pm  Dinner for all

6:30pm  Adult Courses (2)

6:30pm  Youth Bible Study

6:30pm  Cherub Choir (ages 3 - K)*

6:45pm  Elementary Choir (1st - 5th)*

6:30pm  *Kidz Club - choirs are part of Kidz Club; children move between Club and Choir as a group)

7:30pm      Chancel Choir

 

 

New Classes Begin January 9th

Getting Right With God Again, Dr. Ron Bowie, room 100 - What has happened to us?  Just how tight are we with God?  Think twice before answering.  Come explore how good lives fall apart in the first five chapters of "the beginning" and how the events of that time display our need for Lent and Easter in the New Beginning.  The opening of Genesis exposes why we need the Lamb of God and the Redeemer who reconciles and restores what was lost long ago.  Come and see what is, perhaps, missing in your life.  

Plants of the Bible, Dr. Doug Bailey, room 200 - Through an end to end study of plants mentioned in the Scriptures, students will consider plant names in the original biblical language (Hebrew, Greek) as well as the uses of those plants in ancient Israel.  Further, students will explore present-day connections between biblical symbolism, the Scriptures, and 21st century life and ministry.  This course is being offered by request.  If you attended the 2018 Spring Plants of the Bible course, this is not a repeat - new plants will be studied and shared!