Sunday School & Small Groups
Life Groups meet in homes to study and discuss. Each group has a blend of ages and interests. Contact the main office to learn more about the opportunities to connect.
Contact Dee Armes to be connected with a small group or Sunday School class.
Bible & Book Studies
Bible and book studies meet at various times and locations. We’ll be happy to help you find one that best suits your schedule and interests.
Brown Bag Bible Study, Wednesdays at noon in Room 105. Contact Crystal Grove or Michelle Stilt to learn about the current book/topic being studied.
Books ’n’ Friends, one Monday evening a month at 7. Book topics vary.
Downloadable Bible Reading Plans:
- A Bible-Reading Plan Through the New Testament in 90 Days
- Daily Light Reading Plan – New Testament with Psalms and Proverbs (Courtesy of Heartlight Magazine)
- Book-at-a-Time Bible Reading Plan (from Discipleship Journal)
A coffee house with gourmet coffee and pastries is open Sunday mornings from 8 to 10:30 in the old fellowship hall, September through May. Each Sunday. a different ministry or charity provides the goodies on a donation basis.
Contact the main office if your ministry or charity would like to host Higher Grounds to raise support.
We offer occasional men’s breakfasts, studies, cookouts, small groups, as well as activities of interests to guys. The year begins with a men’s steak dinner in early January.
Contact Dee Armes to be connected with Men’s Ministry.
Born in a Barn is for men of all ages. Listen to a speaker with refreshments served.
September 10, 7 p.m.
The women’s ministry desires to walk alongside you as you grow in your relationship with Christ.
All are welcome! Come just as you are, whatever age, whatever season you are in, for a time of sweet fellowship with one another and our Heavenly Father.
Hear from women of all ages, and enjoy refreshments together!
Join the women of Greenville FCC the first Thursday each month (September – May) from 7—8 p.m. in the Family Life Center. Email Bri Dothager to learn more or serve on the planning group, firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage involvement in evangelism through our calling program, and we maintain connections with new members through our follow-up program.
Contact Dee Armes to be connected with this ministry.
RightNow Media gives you instant access to thousands of Bible study videos and kid’s episodes. Powerful Biblical video content anywhere, anytime for you and your family! You can download an app for most devices and smart TV’s.
Email Bri Dothager (email@example.com) to receive access. It’s free!
This ministry assists people in the community and church who are struggling with financial difficulties. Teams of church members help by meeting with individuals in need to determine how we might best help them. We also offer Financial Peace University regularly.
If you are interested in serving in this ministry contact John Heston or Mike Heath.
This ministry matches people in the church with needs (transportation, minor house repairs, etc.) with church members who can help in that area.
Contact Dee Armes
Senior adults (generally over age 50) travel near and far for fun, food, and fellowship. These events are open to the community at large, not just the church family.
Contact Janet Gum or the church office to be added to the mailing list.
Home Department reaches out to church family members who are no longer able to be as physically active as they once were. Monthly visits are made to the homebound and to those living in nursing homes. The team meets on the last Tuesday of the month at 9 a.m. in the Conference Room.
Aerobics classes are offered on Monday and Thursday evenings throughout the year at 6 p.m. in the Family Life Center gym. Classes allow for various levels of aerobic activity. See Sherry Sutton for details.
Stamping workshops are offered every other month on a come-and-go basis. Supplies are provided and a variety of projects are available. This group makes cards for the church’s encouragement ministry as well as for personal use.
Grandmas at Prayer (GAP)
GAP meets one Wednesday morning each month at Judy McMillan’s home (1300 Rogier Drive) from 9–11 a.m. We use devotionals and scripture to guide us through praying prayers of praise, confession, and thanksgiving; also prayers of intercession for our children and grandchildren. Contact Judy McMillan with questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
GEARS (Greenville Eating and Riding Society)
GEARS (Greenville Eating and Riding Society) is a bicycling club that meets roughly late April to early September Tuesday evenings. Usually meeting at 6 p.m. and leaving at 6:15 sharp, returning by sunset — most times. Short GEARS usually meets on Thursdays, for shorter, easier, beginner rides. Sometimes we go for longer weekend rides, like Breese or Highland. All are welcome. A helmet and driver’s license are mandatory. No headphones at any time. Release forms are in the welcome booth. We follow Ill. rules of the road. No sag wagon is available. Please bring water, tubes, and tools. Ice cream is always a possibility, especially on the summer solstice. Bond County Bicycling maps are available on the Ill. Dept. of Transportation website. Contact the church office for more info.
Leader: Tracy Hall-Jenner