Adult Faith Formation

The Small Group Ministry is a vital part of building community at LCR. They offer members and non-members an opportunity to deepen their relationships with Jesus through connection with one another. This ministry connects people in creative and meaningful ways so that we grow in community, deepen our personal spirituality, enrich our lives in fellowship and engage our world in service.

 

For more information on how to get involved in an existing group or form a new one, contact the Church Office at 770.953.3193.

 

LCR University

 

Our Adult Faith Formation team provides support for LCR's small groups and sunday school classes, collectively called "LCR University."  Please browse our course offering book for more information on the various groups, what they are studying, and who to contact if you're interested in getting involved.  

 


Special Interest Groups


Book Club

Meetings: 7:00 p.m. Tuesdays every 6 weeks in the library of the Family Life Center

This group explores novels and non-fiction books and discusses the challenges and struggles of being faithful in the real world. 

Leader: Frieda Parks

 

Bridge Club

Meetings: 1 p.m. on 1st Monday of each month in the library of the Family Life Center

Leader: Maggie Gray

 

Faith Walkers

Meetings: 9:00 a.m. Wednesdays (September 10-November 12) at Columns Drive Parking Lot*

This group gathers for devotions, prayer and discussion followed by a brisk, 3-mile walk.

Leader: Margaret Perry

* In case of rain, meet at the church.

 

Genealogy

Meetings: 4:00 p.m. Sundays (as scheduled)

Interested in exploring your family history? Join others as they share tips and techniques to dive into genealogy.

Leader: Ron Jolly

 

Knitters for Peace

Meetings:  7:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month; locations vary

Experienced and novist alike, knitters share community and their love of knitting while creating items for outreach.

Leader: Patty Pantelakis

 

Promise Gardeners

Meetings: Quarterly

Promise Gardeners plant seasonal crops in our Resurrection garden honoring God's creation through education, fellowship, exercise and enjoyment of fresh produce. Food donations benefit our community in need.

Leader: Margaret Perry