Home groups represent all the groups that meet in homes, along with groups that meet in the community locations, like coffee shops or hiking trails.
Group Leader: Allan & Jeannie Campbell
A home group for everyone. Kids are welcome, but childcare is not provided. We meet on Monday at 6-7:30pm. Come study scripture, talk about the grit of life, and pray for one another.
Group Leaders: Stan & Cindy Feldsine / Duane and Donna Kyle
Contact: Kyles 707-672-2920 Feldsines - 707-672-0550
This is open to anyone who would like to come, but we do not have childcare. The group is not suitable for children. We meet on the second and forth Sunday’s of the month, from 4:30 to around 7 or 8. We rotate between the Kyle and the Feldsine houses. The Kyles live in Cutten, and the Feldsines in Freshwater
Group Leaders: Matt & Kim Lemen / Tamela & Louis Christiansen
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A home group for everyone. Kids are welcome, but childcare is not provided. We meet on Wednesdays from 6-8pm. Come study scripture, talk about the grit of life, and pray for one another.
Group Leader: Lily Pang
Contact: (707) 330-2121
You are invited to Lily Pang’s home for fellowship
and fun! This Fortuna Women’s Group will be
using the book and DVD series Becoming More
Than a Good Bible Study Girl by Lysa TerKeurst.
The 6-week study will teach how a relationship
with Jesus should be more than an item on a
to-do list. Come experience your faith in a real way!
Group Leader: Colin Ott
Contact: (707) 845-1231
This group is for all motorcycle riders! On the
3rd Sunday of each month, there is a ride. Meet
at 3 p.m. at the church parking lot. There is also
a Bible study twice a month from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
on Thursdays in the Faith Center Cafe, combining
our love of God and our love of motorcycles. You
are welcome to join either one of these activities,
Group Leader: Val & Robin Childs
Contact: (707) 599-7597
The Childs invite you to their home in Redcrest
for a time of community building and Bible study,
specifically focusing on sermon series from the
Faith Center weekend services. It’s always helpful
to process the Word of God in community and
think of ways to apply the message. It will be a lot
of fun and a great way to make friends in the
southern part of the county.