WHAT ARE ABFS?
ABFs are groups of people committed to knowing and applying the Word together in fellowship. The focus is on care for one another, discipleship, and outreach. These are long-term groups that meet regularly at church or in homes. Any adult is welcome, they are not based on specific age groups or subject matters. Some groups meet on Sundays and others meet during the week.
SUNDAY ADULT BIBLE FELLOWSHIP GROUPS
FIRST SERVICE (9:30AM-10:30AM)
Meets: Room 206
Care Leader: Dolly Young
Teacher: John Kotlar
SECOND SERVICE (10:45AM-11:45AM)
Meets: Room 201
Care Leader: Jen Canfield
Teachers: Nathan & LaRee Boring
MIDWEEK ADULT BIBLE FELLOWSHIP GROUPS
Meets: Every other Thursday 6:30pm-8:30pm in the homes
Care Leader: Brenda Blankenship
Teacher: George Daugherty
These ABFs often share meals together. Because of space limitations and our desire to provide for everyone, if you are interested in joining a midweek ABF or seeing what they are like, please email below and we will contact the ABF care leader.
HOW WE DO BIBLE STUDIES
We believe that the key to long-term fellowship is through ABFs. Bible studies at PCC are focused short-term groups of people that meet at different times throughout the year. The focuses vary and the goals are to meet the needs of the congregation as they arise.
Meets: Tuesdays, 7:00pm-8:30pm at PCC
Dates: February 21-April 4
Leaders: Marilyn Raux & Kristi Sigworth
Meets: Every Saturday 8:30am-9:30am at church
Leader: Mike Albaugh
Saturday, March 26th 9:00am-12:00pm
Every other month we get together for breakfast and to work on projects around the church.