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Ministries for Adults

In addition to our worship services, there are many opportunities for spiritual growth at Georgetown. Primarily, we mature spiritually through the study of God's Word, which can happen through a variety of Bible study ministries. In addition, we also grow through fellowship when we can form friendships that provide us with support, encouragement, fun, and laughter.

Wednesday Evening Speaker Series

Now in its seventh year, guest presenters address a wide variety of topics pertaining to faith and life. This year’s lineup includes: Looking for God in the Movies, God in Prison, Are Young Adults losing Faith?, A baseball Player’s Testimony. A description of these and other presentations is available at the Welcome Center as well as at

  • Follows Wednesday Evening Discipleship Schedule from 7-8 pm
  • Meets in the Lower Level Room L011

SIS (Sisters In Spirit)

Do you yearn for a deeper, richer more effective prayer life? Offered several times each week, this year’s study offers practical suggestions for developing a vibrant and meaningful prayer life that will help you experience God on a deeper level and live more confidently.

  • Meets on Sundays at 10:45 am, Tuesdays at 8:30 am, Wednesdays at 8:30 am & 7:00 pm and Fridays at 9:45 am. Child care available on Wednesday evenings. Accompanying nursery and children’s program are offered on Fridays.
  • Meets in the Lower Level Room L012

Men’s Life

Using the Discover Life Guide, Climbing Higher, this study focuses on the basics of Christian discipleship. Men’s Life is informal, discussion oriented, and provides a safe opportunity for men of all ages to go beyond the study and raise a wide variety of questions that are on their mind and heart. Study material will be provided.

  • Follows Sunday Morning Discipleship schedule from 11:00-11:45 am
  • Meets in the Lower Level Room L011

Study of Solomon and Ecclesiastes

The life of Solomon is one of the most fascinating and tragic in all of Scripture. Despite being enormously blessed by God, this once all-wise man gradually drifted away from God and spent the rest of his life mopping up the consequences. This study offers a penetrating look at both the man and his later-life reflections on what might have been, could have been, and should have been, had he lived his life differently.

  • Meets on Wednesdays 6:00 – 7:00 am beginning October 5
  • Meets in the Lower Level Room L013

Study of Mark

An in-depth study, reflection, and conversation on the book of Mark led by Pastor Marc. Chapter by chapter, we will explore the message of the book of Mark, discover its surprises, allow the texts to explore us, and think together what it means to follow Jesus. First class begins Monday, October 3.

  • Held on the first and third Monday of each month from 9:30-10:45 am
  • Meets in the Lower Level Room L011

Ladies Christian Fellowship

We live in a world that all too easily places women in stereotypical boxes. But who exactly does God want us to be and how can we become a woman of God? This study looks at ten women in both the Old and the New Testaments whose lives have much to say to us. First class begins September 27.

  • Held the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at 7:00 pm at Waterford Place

Small Groups

Approximately two thirds of Georgetown’s active, adult membership are involved in a small group for mutual care, study, prayer, and sometimes service. Each group sets its own agenda and meeting frequency. A discussion guide corresponding to the Sunday morning message series will once again be made available October – April. They are available at the information center as well as