Connect Groups Fall 2011
From our Senior Pastor, Bruce Grubbs ... Did you know that over 100 groups meet every week either on campus or in homes, restaurants, and places of business? Over 1,400 persons are meeting in groups every week (sometimes there are over 1,700). Why so many groups? Because they help us to connect with other believers and grow in our faith. They help us to develop the special gifts and abilities God has given us. In these connect groups, strangers become friends, and friends enjoy life together.
What kind of groups do we have? Sunday Connect Groups for All Ages You might know these as Sunday School. These generally meet on Sunday mornings and can be your “home-base” where you can study, discuss, and share weekly. If you’re not in a Sunday connect group you’ll find it hard to get to know anyone at the Glade Church. The truth is, you really can’t fellowship with hundreds of people at a time, but you can develop strong connections in a group made up of fifteen to twenty.
Connect Groups that meet on Wednesday nights and other days during the week These connect groups gather for a few weeks or a few months to explore a topic of interest, deal with an issue or concern, do something together they love, tackle a task they want to see done, or develop a skill or ability in which they have an interest. Feel free to sign up, show up, and move on as you wish. Here’s my suggestion: Scan this book, find a Sunday connect group or a group that meets on Wednesday nights or other days during the week and make yourself some friends, have some fun, learn something, do something, achieve something! Visit the NEXT STEP center on Sunday mornings to get some help. It’s located in the church foyer. In Christ,
Bruce Grubbs, Senior Pastor
Table of Contents Adult Connect Groups Sunday Morning Connect Groups Wednesday Connect Groups Connect Groups (Other Days) Recovery & Support Groups
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New Generations (Birth through High School)
Preschool Ministry (Babies-K) Childrenâ€™s Ministry (1st-5th Grades) Middle School Ministry (6th-8th Grades) High School Ministry (9th-12th Grades)
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Ministry Leaders Contact Information
How Can I Become a Member of The Glade Church Family?
Adult Sunday Morning Connect Groups
Sunday Morning Connect Groups Ministry The Adult Sunday Morning Connect Group ministry at the Glade Church provides a primary connection point for adults to grow in Christ.
The Adult Sunday Morning Connect Group Purpose:
Connect As the primary connection point, the Sunday Morning Connect Ministry helps adults find Christ as Savior and the church as their spiritual homeâ€”a place where they connect with God and build fellowship with other believers.
Grow As the place where adults grow in Christ, the Sunday Morning Connect Ministry helps them enrich their walk with Christ through foundational Bible teaching and by encouraging them to develop daily habits of personal Bible study and prayer.
Sunday Morning Connect Groups
Adult Bible Study Leader: Bill Craig Contact #: 615-459-7307 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 9:15 am Where: Room 127-129 A fun class that takes a non-traditional approach to applying Godâ€™s word to real life. There are discussions about todayâ€™s pressing issues and fellowship that provides support through good and bad times.
Adult Bible Study Leaders: Tony Madden Contact #: 615-400-5953 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 9:15 am Where: Room 125 This group focuses on in-depth Bible studies and seeks to apply timeless Biblical principles to our everyday life.
Adult Bible Study Leader: Jack Bufkin Contact #: 615-516-8719 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 9:15 am Where: Room 121-123 This class is perfect for the 30-50 somethings as we focus on "doing life together" according to Biblical principals. Recent studies have included "Book of Acts" by John MacArthur, and "The Reason for God" by Tim Keller.
Adult Bible Study Leader: Bill & Debbie Davidson Contact #: 615-948-9594 or 615-948-4820 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 9:15 am Where: Room A-178 (Annex I) A group of married persons committed to the study of scripture, intercessory prayer, and fellowship. All ages welcome.
Sunday Morning Connect Groups Adult Bible Study Leader: Phil & Patti Baker Contact #: 615-347-0803 or 615-504-1533 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com When: 8:00 am & 9:15 am Where: Room 120 In-depth interactive Bible study. We're a class that is relationship-focused.
Adult Bible Study Leader: Troy Jennings Contact #: 615-668-5150 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 8:00 am Where: Room 121 Age range is wide open. Couples or singles ... it doesn’t matter. This is an open discussion group. Together we explore challenging topics, while striving to increase our ability to easily express the faith and hope we claim.
40 & 50 Somethings & Empty Nesters Leader: Butch O’Neal Contact #: 615-758-3632 or 615-533-0894 E-Mail: email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org When: 8:00 am Where: A-177 (Annex I) If you were a teenager in the 1960’s or 1970’s this might be the place for you. We are studying the “Explore the Bible” series and have open discussions. We are a co-ed class that is mostly empty nesters.
Bible Study Group Leader: Ralph & Nolene Campbell Contact #: 615-773-2808 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 9:15 am Where: Room A-175 (Annex I) This class is devoted to the study of scripture, intercessory prayer and fellowship.
Sunday Morning Connect Groups Emotionally Healthy Spirituality
Dates: Sept. 11-Oct. 16, 2011
Leader: Sara Davidson Contact #: 615-594-8914 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 9:15 am Where: Room A-174 This study will address seven biblical, reality-tested ways to break through to a living, breathing, daily experience of the revolutionary life Christ meant for you to live. All are welcome, however, this class is limited to 12.
FAITH Riders Bible Study Leader: Rudy Rideout Contact #: 615-210-2745 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 9:15 am Where: Room A-173 (Annex I) FAITH Riders consist of ordinary people from every walk of life who share a common desire to serve our Lord through motorcycle ministry. We use various Bible studies to help further our commitment to Christ.
Family Plus Group for Parents Leaders: Michael Eubanks & David Watkins Contact #: 615-444-9550 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 9:15 am Where: Room 124 Our New Generations ministry operates on a principle we call "Family Plus." It's simple - we believe that parents are the key voices in the lives of preschoolers, children, and teenagers. We also believe that the church is a strong, and necessary, voice in the lives of preschoolers, children, and teenagers. We are resolved that although young people will benefit from either of these voices in their lives, the greatest benefit with the strongest impact comes when they have both of them in their lives. And to that end, we believe that the messages from each needs to be a clear, united message. â€œFamily Plus Group for Parentsâ€? facilitates another layer of support from our church to the success of your family. It encourages you as a parent trying to rear your child in a godly home. It equips you to be a godly parent and helps you, and our church, unite the messages we both send to your child for the purpose of seeing spiritual transformation in their lives, your lives, and in your family.
Sunday Morning Connect Groups Gleaners Class Leader: Tom Theriot Contact #: 615-773-0693 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 9:15 am Where: Room A-172 (Annex I) We study LifeWay's "Life Ventures Bible Studies for Lifeâ€? series for Retired Adults, though some of our members are not retired. We enjoy ministering to one another and fellowshipping in homes or restaurants each quarter.
JOY Class Leader: Trevie Dean Contact #: 615-444-3632 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 8:00 am Where: Room A-179 (Annex I) We are a topical-focused group which reads, studies and discusses in depth, the passages in God's Word pertaining to our study each week. It is our goal to hear and apply God's Word to our lives through our fellowship and ministry to each other, which occurs in class as well as during the week.
Lifeâ€™s Healing Choices (by John Baker)
Begins August 21, 2011
Target Group: Men Leader: Bret Heckert Contact #: 615-686-9795 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 8:00 am Where: Room 150 Cost: $25 Baker's eight steps to spiritual freedom (admitting need, getting help, letting go, coming clean, making changes, repairing relationships, maintaining momentum and recycling pain) promise to help Christians overcome many kinds of addictive behaviors. Baker likens them to AA's 12-step program, but clarifies that Christ is the source of lasting change. He writes that as believers refuse to admit their powerlessness to overcome tendencies to do wrong, their lives are fraught with fear, frustration, fatigue and failure. The cure? Admitting weakness with a humble heart; then praying, writing and sharing with others about the problem. Each chapter includes moving narratives of participants in Baker's program who express how its principles changed their lives. These practical, pithy how-tos will galvanize Christians into action with the simplicity of Baker's easy-to-actualize plan.
Sunday Morning Connect Groups Life’s Healing Choices (by John Baker)
Begins August 21, 2011
Target Group: Women Leader: Daphne Newsom Contact #: 615-566-2879 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 9:15 am Where: Room A-176 Cost: $25 Baker's eight steps to spiritual freedom (admitting need, getting help, letting go, coming clean, making changes, repairing relationships, maintaining momentum and recycling pain) promise to help Christians overcome many kinds of addictive behaviors. He writes that as believers refuse to admit their powerlessness to overcome tendencies to do wrong, their lives are fraught with fear, frustration, fatigue and failure. The cure? Admitting weakness with a humble heart; then praying, writing and sharing with others about the problem. These practical, pithy how-tos will galvanize Christians into action with the simplicity of Baker's easyto-actualize plan.
Mature Adults Leader: Marge Wright Contact #: 615-444-3347 When: 8:00 am Where: Room A-178 (Annex I) This class focuses on learning God’s word mixed with fellowship and service to others.
Mature Adults Leader: Carole Towns Contact #: 615-754-2561 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 8:00 am Where: Room A-176 (Annex I) We focus on studying God’s word and enjoying fellowship with each other.
Sunday Morning Connect Groups Men’s Bible Study Leader: Mark Taylor Contact #: 615-479-4839 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 9:15 am Where: Room A-177 We are exploring what it means to be a Christian man and to challenge the status quo.
Prayer Intercessors Leader: Connie Gilliam Contact #: 615-741-0805 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 9:15 am Where: Prayer Room This group prays over the Sunday morning services as they happen.
Leader: Diane Davis Contact #: 615-330-7191 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 9:15 am Where: Room 122 “Single Truth” is made up of divorced, never been married, and widowed single adults of all ages. We are a warm group, focusing on building a strong walk with God and finding our place in His kingdom as a single.
Special Needs Adults Leader: Lloyd Sharp Contact #: 615-754-4183 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 9:15 am Where: Room A-161 (Annex I) This is a group for developmentally disabled adults who seek a relationship with God and fellowship with others who have similar challenges.
Sunday Morning Connect Groups The Basics: Church, Bible, & Prayer
Begins Sept. 4, 2011
Leaders: Ellen Howell & Todd Hill Contact #: 615-574-3121 & 615-332-1652 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 9:15 am Where: Room A-179 (Annex I) The Basics is a three week class to help you answer the following questions: • What is church and why is it here? • What is the Bible and how can I begin to read and understand it? • What is prayer and how can I begin to practice it? This group meets the first three Sundays of every month. Feel free to join at any point during those three weeks. Drop by the Next Step Center for more information or contact Ellen directly.
Women’s Bible Study, Ages 25-75 Leader: Betty Lou Lannom Contact #: 615-714-3664 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 8:00 am Where: Room A-162 (Annex I) This is a group of women studying God’s word and enjoying fellowship with each other.
Women’s Bible Study Leader: Barbara Webb Contact #: 615-293-9094 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 8:00 am & 9:15 am Where: Room A-163 (Annex I) Our class is just for ladies with a focus on those who feel insecure in their Bible knowledge. We use mixed media which can include some video based studies. Past topics include The Pentateuch, an in-depth study of the New Testament as well as some Beth Moore studies. We have a smaller class size at 8 am and a second class at 9:15 am. Ladies are welcome to come to either to suit their weekly commitments.
Sunday Morning Connect Groups Young Adult (18-24) Bible Study Leader: Keith Baker Contact #: 615-424-1024 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 9:15 am Where: Room 219 This class combines Bible study and features articles centered on biblical truth and issues relevant to college students. With biblical depth and practical advice for the realities of daily life, students will be challenged to study God's word, make a difference in the world, and deepen their walk with Christ.
Young Adult Couples Leader: Chad & Jessica Streeter Contact #: 615-754-6813 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: Sunday at 9:15 am Where: Room 218
Young Adult Couples w/Young Children Leader: Josh & Hillary Savley Contact #: 615-754-6315 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Sunday at 9:15 am Where: Room 112
Wednesday Connect Groups
What are Wednesday Connect Groups? Wednesday Connect Groups are offered on the Glade Church campus to help persons grow in their faith and develop relationships with other believers. Most of these groups last from 8 to 13 weeks. These groups may use DVD-driven studies, book studies, or studies written by one of our members. You will be surprised at the variety and creativity of these groups. Come for Wednesday fellowship dinner, enjoy good food and conversation, then be a part of one of these groups while the rest of your family has an opportunity to learn, grow, and fellowship. There is something for everyone!
Fall Schedule Aug. 3 & 10 Aug. 10-Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19-Dec. 14 Nov. 23 Dec. 21 & 28
GroupLink for Wednesday Connect Groups 1st Fall Mini Term Fall Break - Movie - Mini GroupLink 2nd Fall Mini Term No Groups, Thanksgiving Break No Groups, Christmas Break
Wednesday Connect Groups Bible Studies/Topical Studies Calm My Anxious Heart: A Womanâ€™s Guide to Finding Contentment Leader: Tara McQuire Contact #: 615-418-3790 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-172 Cost: $12 Women worry a lot. We worry about our children, friends, careers, families, spouses-the list could go on and on. If you're tired of worrying about all the "what-ifs" in your life and want to experience the calm and contentment promised in Scripture, this is what you've been looking for. Filled with encouragement and practical help for overcoming anxiety, this book will help you discover what the Bible says about contentment and ways to apply it to your daily life. You can let go of your anxiety and experience the contentment that comes from trusting God.
Christian History Made Easy: The Roots of Our Faith Leader: David Watkins Contact #: 615-754-0928 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-179 Cost: $15 This course will overview the most important events in Christian history from the time of Jesus to today. You will learn key events and people every Christian should know. It will deal with the reliability of the Bible, the accurate transmission of the biblical text throughout time, and sensationalized attacks on the Gospels. It will include key religions and movements including Catholicism, Christian Science, Islam (Muslims), Jehovah's Witness, Pentecostal, Protestant, Puritan, & Roman Catholicism.
Wednesday Connect Groups Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God Leader: Rick Richter/Rick Weathers Contact #: 615-453-1155 or 615-426-5757 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room 150 Cost: $15 This study really gets to the heart of the relationship that we are to have with GOD. If you really have a heart for God and seek after Him, this study will bless you over and over again. By using examples from the Bible, the authors show us how God wants to have a close personal relationship with ALL of his children. We see how God works with HIS children from the Old and the New Testament.
Half Time: Changing Your Game Plan from Success to Significance Target Group: Men Leader: Robert Rhea Contact #: 615-330-2381 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room 216 Cost: $10 The first half of life is busy with "getting and gaining, earning and learning," doing what you can to survive, while clawing your way up the ladder of success. The second half of life can be about regaining control, calling your own shots, and enjoying "God's desire ... for you to serve Him just by being who you are, by using what He gave you to work with." What lies between the two is "halftime." Halftime is a quiet time of deliberate decision-making, restructuring, and passionate contemplation of your heart's deepest desires.
Wednesday Connect Groups Love & Respect (Marriage Study) Leaders: Tyler & Cassie McNutt Contact #: 615-330-4770 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-178 Cost: $15 Discover the single greatest secret to a successful marriage. Psychological studies affirm it, and the Bible has been saying it for ages. Cracking the communication code between husband and wife involves understanding one thing: the unconditional respect is as powerful for him as unconditional love is for her. This revolutionary message has been featured on Focus on the Family. It’s for couples engaged, victims of affairs, and those who have been married for 5, 10, or 20+ years. Couples nationwide are using these techniques to achieve a brand-new level of intimacy and learning how to stop the crazy cycle of conflict, initiate the energizing cycle of change, and enjoy the rewarded cycle of new passion. And if you’ll take this biblically based counsel to heart, your marriage could be next.
Priority Living Leaders: Henry & Patti Webb Contact #: 615-883-7187 E-Mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room 121-123 Priority living is a biblical decision-making process that helps you answer four key questions: (1) Who does God want me to be? (2) Based on God’s word, where am I now? (3) Where does God want me to go? (4) How does God want me to get there? You will learn to center your life around your relationship with God and to answer the key questions by applying biblical principles to life areas such as marriage, family, finances, work, ministry, friends, mind and body. You will receive a book that guides you through the process. We want you to seek God’s will and do it!
Wednesday Connect Groups Romans - An In Depth Study Leader: Jim Savley Contact #: 615-754-6540 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room 120 Join experienced Bible-teacher Jim Savley as he leads this study of the book of Romans. The book of Romans is a masterfully written exposition on grace. This letter to the believers in Rome has changed the hearts of many as they read and understand the wonderful truths nestled inside. Paul wrote this letter to these Christians to explain his revelation of grace.
S.H.A.P.E. The Next Step to Serve Leader: Bill Craig Contact #: 615-473-6537 When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room 112 Cost: $12 We believe every member of the church is a minister. Through the S.H.A.P.E. process, you will learn how God can use your Spiritual Gifts, Heart, Ability, Personality, and Experiences to minister to others in need.
The Prodigal God (by Timothy Keller) Leader: Todd Hill Contact #: 615-332-1652 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-177 (Annex I) Cost: $15 Keller takes his trademark intellectual approach to understanding Christianity and uses the parable of the Prodigal Son to reveal an unexpected message of hope and salvation. Within that parable Jesus reveals God's prodigal grace toward both the irreligious and the moralistic. This book will challenge both the devout and skeptics to see Christianity in a whole new way.
Wednesday Connect Groups
Fellowship & Learning Groups Crocheting & Knitting Leader: Gail Kincaid Contact #: 615-883-0958 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-162 (Annex I) This class knits and crochets squares that will form blankets for those in need. It is also a warm way to fellowship with others who love this craft and love to serve Christ.
Dance for Adult Women (Beginners) Leader: Amy Hardy Contact #: 615-517-8926 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Rooms 252 & 254 Learning to worship and praise our Lord through dance. This is a beginners class, and will incorporate exercise and devotional time.
Digital Photography (Gladeville Photography Group) Leader: Ron Davidson Contact #: 615-754-8914 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Annex II Cost: Some supply cost Digital Photography class will start with the basics of how to use your digital camera. What the buttons do and when you need to use them. The class will then move on to more advanced shooting techniques. Each week will have 30 minutes of class time then we will spend the rest of the time shooting pictures. Any level of experience is welcome from “how do I turn this camera on” to complete manual control. Any digital camera that will take a picture will get you started. There is a reference book on CD for $12 if you would like to purchase one, but it’s not required.
Wednesday Connect Groups Divorce Care Leaders: Neil Sharpe & Diane Davis Contact #: 615-424-1480 or 615-330-7191 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: A-163 (Annex I) Cost: $15 DivorceCare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Don’t go through separation or divorce alone. DivorceCare seminars and support groups are led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You’ll gain access to valuable DivorceCare resources to help you deal with the pain of the past and look forward to rebuilding your life.
Genealogy: Connecting with Your Past Leader: Gail Kincaid Contact #: 615-883-0958 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-171 (Annex I) Tracing your family's history is a fascinating journey. Who will you discover? This course guides you through the search process for family names. Along the way, you'll learn through hands-on examples that help you dig deeper into your family's past. You'll discover, in simple terms, where to look, who to contact, and how to make your family history come alive.
Grief Share Leader: Cathy Lannom Contact #: 615-445-6677 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room 217 Cost: $15 GriefShare seminars and support groups are led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You’ll gain access to valuable GriefShare resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life.
Wednesday Connect Groups Gladeville Men Gladeville Men or G-Men, as we call them, have allowed God to develop a ministry that makes a difference in men’s lives. These men’s groups meet once a week on Wednesday. They seek to encourage each other, hold each other accountable, and challenge each other to be all that God has called them to be.
Leader: David Liddle Contact #: 615-566-3264 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 7:30 pm Where: Room A-179 (Annex I)
Leader: Troy Jennings Contact #: 615-668-5150 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 8:00 pm Where: Varies, contact leader
HopeKeepers: Chronic Illness/Pain Support Group Leader: Keri Delphia E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Blog Site: www.painfreejourney.blogspot.com When: 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-176 (Annex I) Need someone to talk to—someone who understands what it’s like to deal with chronic pain? Joining this support group could be just the ticket to finding the people who understand what you're experiencing.
Military-Families Honoring Our Troops Leader: Donna Goff Contact #: 615-293-8734 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-176 (Annex I) The purpose of this group is to support military families and to share their struggles and concerns while loved ones are serving.
Sewing Class/Quilting (Beginners) Leader: Cindy McFarlane Contact #: 615-414-0237 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-173 (Annex I) Working with new patterns and simple projects. Lots of fun & fellowship. If you have your own sewing machine, that is preferred, but we will have some extras. Patterns will be provided.
Wednesday Connect Groups Special Friends Leader: Sonya Oâ€™Neal & Donna Wood Contact #: 615-758-3632 When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-161 (Annex I) This class is designed for developmentally disabled adults who seek a relationship with God and want to fellowship with others with similar challenges. There are various activities such as arts & crafts, Bible studies, and prayer time. This is a great place to have fun and learn about God.
Young Adult (18-23) Connect Bible Study Leader: Rusty Howell Contact: 615-288-4030 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-175 Bible study, devotionals, and prayer time for young adults 18-23.
Zumba Exercise Group Leaders: Regina King & Vickie Jennings Contact: 615-758-0833 & 615-476-0481 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm Where: Room 219 Zumba Exercise with scripture and prayer.
Prayer Groups Ground Zero Leader: Joyce Theriot Contact: 615-773-0693 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Prayer Room This group prays over prayer needs that are turned in to the church throughout the week. They pray expecting God to open the windows of Heaven and pour out blessings to meet needs and bring healing to broken bodies and spirits.
Connect Groups (other days)
Connect Groups (other days) 4 Wheeling Leader: Mark Wofford Contact #: 615-444-9550 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: Saturdays & Sundays Where: Contact Leader Explore state parks, farms, and trails on ATVs. A 4 Wheeler/3 Wheeler and helmet are required. Childcare not provided.
Automotive Ministry Leaders: Butch Oâ€™Neal & Doe Dayton Contact #: 615-533-0894 or 615-566-5778 E-Mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org When: Mondays & Tuesdays at 6:00 pm Where: Annex II Join the automotive ministry as we fellowship and work on autos to give to needy families. If you have some mechanical ability and are looking for a fun place to use those gifts, then join us on Monday or Tuesday nights. We do quarterly oil change clinics as well.
Bell Circle Group Leader: Betty Lou Lannom Contact #: 615-714-3664 When: 1st Tuesday of Each Month at 6:00 pm Where: The Glade Church Fellowship Hall This is a group of ladies who devote time to mission activities in the area. i.e. Veterans, etc.
Book Talk Leader: Erica Pearson Contact #: 615-419-7997 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Every other Sunday at 5:30 pm (contact leader) Where: Contact Leader If you have a love for books, this is the group for you. Come and enjoy good food, fellowship, and a good read!
Connect Groups (other days) Bragg Group Leader: Margaret Rediker Contact #: 615-604-6955 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 2nd Tuesday of each month at 9:30 am Where: The Glade Church Fellowship Hall An ongoing missions study and service group.
Campers For Christ Leaders: Troy & Ginger Marks Contact #: 615-516-0361 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Contact Leader Where: Various State Parks A fellowship of campers who plan camping events during the year. The focus is on family interaction, fellowship, Bible study, and sharing what Christ has done in their lives. The goal is to involve other campers who are un-churched or looking for a church family. This is for tent campers, RV campers or people who want to stay in cabins.
Card Ministry Leader: Martha Whitman Contact #: 615-336-0872 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: Contact Leader Where: Fellowship Hall This loving team meets monthly to create greeting cards by hand to express joy, encouragement, comfort, and sympathy.
Connect Groups (other days) FAITH Riders Motorcycle Group Leader: Rick Weathers Contact #: 615-426-5757 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Contact Leader Where: Contact Leader Gladeville Baptist Church is a new chapter of the F.A.I.T.H. Riders motorcycle ministry founded in Lakeland, Florida. We are comprised of motorcycle riders and others passionate about sharing their faith through Christian fellowship. Our fellowship consists of monthly organized rides, gatherings at bike nights (held the third Thursday of every month, location TBA) which includes fellowship, safety and planning of mission work.
FAITH Riders - Bike Night Leader: Rick Weathers Contact #: 615-426-5757 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 3rd Thursday of each month, times may vary Where: Varies, Contact Leader A monthly gathering of motorcycle riders to ride and meet other riders in our communities.
Fly Fishing Leader: Brandon Gunnels Contact #: 615-443-0899 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Saturdays/Sundays-Contact Leader Where: Contact Leader Beginner to Advanced Fly Casting. Catch some fish and learn about Jesus.
Empty Nesters Leader: Doe Dayton, Lester Hall, & Trevie Dean Contact #: 615-444-1900, 615-443-3405, or 615-444-3632 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com When: Every Other Sunday at 6:00 pm (Contact Leaders for start date.) Where: Annex I Like the name implies, this group is made up of those whose children are grown. They get together for a Bible study, to share together, pray together, cry together, and laugh together. This fall we will be studying the book Christian History Made Easy. In this study you will learn key events and people every Christian should know.
Connect Groups (other days) Genealogy Leader: Gail Kincaid Contact #: 615-883-0958 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: Saturday-Once A Month Where: Contact Leader Learn how to fill in your family tree and find your family records. Bring a pad and pencil. Contact leader for more information on when this group meets.
Glade Church Exercise Leader: Amy Hardy Contact #: 615-519-8926 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Contact Leader Where: Rooms 252 & 254 If you have a desire to exercise with a group this is it! We use a wide variety of exercise routines such as: P90X, Biggest Loser, Jillian Michaels, Taboo, etc. We hold ourselves accountable to each other and encourage each other. Come join us. Classes last one hour.
Glade Church Fantasy Football Leader: Tim Ferguson & Chuck Henley Contact #: (615)692-2746 or 615-417-0356 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com When: Contact Leader Where: Contact Leader Do you like football? Do you like pizza? Are you looking for a way to connect with others from church? If so, then we want you to join us for a fantastic season of Fantasy Football.
Glade Church Martial Arts Leader: Troy Marks Contact #: 615-516-0362 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday Nights Time: Contact Leader Where: Annex II Learn self-discipline, self-defense, and self-confidence in your walk with Christ. This is for the whole family. Loose clothing required. Childcare not provided.
Connect Groups (other days) Gladeville Playgroups Leader: Melissa Richter Contact #: 615-202-8731 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Varies, Contact Leader Where: Varies, Contact Leader Parents, are you looking for a way to interact with other parents and children during the week? Join one of our Gladeville Playgroups. During the week you and your children will meet and play at different locations. Each member takes a turn planning the event/group for the week. One week you may play at someone’s home and have lunch, then the next week meet at the zoo or the park with a picnic, and then the next week meet for coffee and chitchat while the kids play with bubbles. Activities are age appropriate and based on your playgroup’s needs and interests. It’s a great way to make friends and get support from other parents while your kids make friends, exercise, and run off some energy. Contact Melissa Richter for the playgroup that’s right for you!
Handgun Permit Class Leader: Mark Wofford Contact #: 615-444-9550 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: TBA Where: Annex II This is a two-day class required to obtain your Handgun Carry Permit. The class is taught by a certified instructor.
Horsing Around Leaders: Rachel Gunnels & Diane Davis Contact #: 615-443-0899 or 615-330-7191 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Saturday or Sunday Where: Contact Leader If you have love, understanding, and knowledge of horses, this is the group for you. The only requirement is the ability to ride. Childcare not provided.
Connect Groups (other days) Ladies Bible Study Topic: Daniel: Lives of Integrity, Words of Prophecy Leader: Jennifer Meyers Contact #: 615-449-6986 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: Thursdays beginning Sept. 8th at 6:30 pm Where: 404 Winwood Drive, Lebanon, TN 37087 This is a 12 week Bible Study, with the first half focusing on Daniel’s life as he faced the kind of pressures and temptations Christians encounter today with wisdom and integrity. The second half of the study deals with the prophecies from the time of Daniel through the second coming of Christ.
Ladies Car Care Clinic Leaders: Doe Dayton & Butch O’Neal Contact #: 615-566-5778 or 615-533-0895 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Quarterly, TBA Where: The Glade Church Annex II This is a two hour seminar for ladies and their daughters to help them understand the basics of car care. Discussions will include maintenance schedules, how to change a flat, and other items related to how to keep vehicles maintained. No Cost.
Men’s Group Leader: Mark Taylor Contact #: 615-479-4839 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: Fridays at 6:30 am Where: Panera Bread - Mt. Juliet Come share the Word and enjoy a lot of good fellowship.
Men’s Saturday Bible Study Leader: Todd Hill Contact #: 615-332-1652 E-Mail: Todd.Hill@tais.toshiba.com When: Saturdays at 7:30 am Where: The Glade Church Fellowship Hall
Contact: Mark Wofford Contact #: 615-444-9550 E-Mail: email@example.com Kick Off Event: Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011 Sessions Begin: Sept. 15, 2011 Time: 6:00 - 7:30 am Where: Holiday Inn - Providence Conference Room Imagine the transforming power of men coming together within your church and community to honestly examine their lives and take the courageous steps necessary to embrace authentic manhood on a journey to become who God intends them to be. That is the goal of Men's Fraternity. When men connect in life-changing ways, a powerful ripple effect touches families, workplaces, and the church. Deeper connections with God and other men inspire participants to connect more meaningfully in all facets of their lives. They climb beyond the walls of isolation and aspire to a biblical viewpoint marked by integrity, boldness, and compassion. Through this powerful series, men learn to reject passivity, accept responsibility, lead courageously, and expect God's greater reward. The Format for Menâ€™s Fraternity: The format is simple: Men come together for weekly 45-minute teaching sessions, followed by 30 minutes of small group interaction in an environment where men are free to talk openly and confidentially about what they heard and express mutual support for one another. Stop by any Information Center for more information.
Connect Groups (other days) Motorsports Leader: Todd King Contact #: 615-443-8597 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: Contact Leader Where: Racetracks in the Southeast Sharing Christ through motor sports. Childcare not provided.
Piece - Love - Quilt Ministry Leader: Sarah Craig Contact #: 615-459-7307 or 615-473-6538 E-Mail: email@example.com When: 2nd Saturday of Each Month at 8:00 am Where: 8988 Couchville Pike, Mt. Juliet This team pours love and prayers into each quilt they make so that someone in need is covered in Godâ€™s love. You donâ€™t have to be an expert seamstress to join this group. We will find something for you to do.
Senior Citizens Leader: June Winchester Contact #: 615-758-2536 When: 3rd Thursday of each month at 10:30 am Where: The Glade Church Fellowship Hall We enjoy music, a Bible study, and lunch at each meeting. Come join the fun.
Connect Groups (other days) Sew Much Fun Leader: Sarah Craig Contact #: 615-459-7307 or 615-473-6538 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 2nd Saturday of each month at 8:00 am Where: 8988 Couchville Pk, Mt. Juliet Have you always wanted to learn how to sew? Want to make cute things but don't know how? Do you have a sewing machine you are afraid to use? Does it sit in the corner gathering dust, wishing you would use it to create wonderful stuff? (I know mine does, and I know how to sew!) This group will meet once a month to learn sewing and sewing machine basics, plus anything else the group would like to learn. Plans are to learn the basics of a project on the second Saturday of the month, which can then be worked on during the rest of the month. If you don't have a machine, but want to learn anyway, don't worry, we've got extra machines you can use! If you are a sewing veteran, but want to get involved with a fun group, join us - someone can benefit from your knowledge and skill! Call for directions.
Sign Language Class Leader: Tom Kovach Contact #: 615-470-5211 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Tuesdays at 7:00 pm Where: Room 150 Would you like to help reach out to deaf people? Would you like to use ASL to greet and welcome deaf visitors? This class is part of the new Sign Language Ministry here at The Glade Church. After only one class, you will be able to have a brief conversation in American Sign Language. These classes will also teach how to sign along with the music in church. The first class will be two hours (and, it's OK if you need to leave early). All other classes will be one hour. This class is very interactive. There is no fee, and all ages are welcome. "Walkins" are welcome, but it is suggested that interested people register in advance, because the classroom space is limited. The instructor is Tom Kovach, who is seen up front each week interpreting the service in sign language.
Connect Groups (other days) Singles-Small Group Leader: Diane Davis Contact #: 615-330-7191 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: Contact Leader Where: Contact Leader This is a group of singles of all types who get together in an environment where you will experience Godâ€™s love by being accepted, encouraged, connected, and embraced by those around you.
TWRA Hunter Safety Course Leader: Bev Spickard Contact Person: Mark Wofford Contact #: 615-444-9550 E-Mail: email@example.com When: TBA Where: Annex II This basic Hunter Education Course provides firearms safety training and introduces students to their responsibilities in the fields of hunter ethics and wildlife management. The main objective of the Hunter Education Program is to reduce the potential for hunting accidents and ultimately reduce the number of hunting injuries. The course is taught according to standards established by the International Hunter Education Association. By meeting these standards the Tennessee Hunter Education program is recognized by all states, Canada, and Mexico. The basic course is free of charge and consists of a minimum of ten (10) hours of classroom participation. Most classes generally last 12-16 hours. Students must successfully pass a written test consisting of 100 multiple choice questions. All students are required to participate in a live fire exercise. Students must attend all classes. Students need to bring their Social Security Number and a #2 pencil to the class. Course Content includes: Hunter Ethics, Hunter Responsibility Toward Wildlife, The Environment, Landowners and the General Public, Archery and the History of Modern Day Bowhunting, Tree Stand Safety, History of Firearms, Blackpowder and Muzzleloading Firearms, Knowledge of Modern Firearms and Ammunition, Proper Gun Handling and Storage, Marksmanship Fundamentals, Hunt Preparation: Specific Laws and Various Equipment, Principles of Wildlife Management and Wildlife Identification, Survival, Hypothermia, and First Aid.
Connect Groups (other days) The GBC RoadRunners Leader: Ellen Howell Contact #: 615-574-3121 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: Contact Leader Where: Contact Leader We are a rag-tag bunch of runner/walkers who enjoy getting outdoors, improving our overall fitness and growing closer through shared aches and pains! None of us are elite finishers, but all of us are working with whatever God has given us. We encourage one another to finish the race set before us, whether at a scheduled event or on a fun run at home. We train alone and together, and keep in touch by email. We plan “long runs” on the weekends, when time allows. We encourage walkers, as well as runners, to join. We register for an average of one race per month throughout the year and we aim to find races with "causes" we can stand behind.
TBS Sisterhood (Ladies Tuesday Bible Study) Leader: Linda Bruce Contact #: 615-443-7501 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Tuesdays at 9:30 am - 11:30 am Where: The Glade Church Annex I This is an “In The Word” Bible Study. We focus on studying God’s Word and praying for each other, our families and our friends throughout the week. Childcare available.
TBS Sisterhood (Ladies Thursday Bible Study) Leader: Debbie Davidson Contact #: 615-948-0692 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: Thursdays at 11:00 am Where: 334 Toby Trail, Mt. Juliet This is an “In The Word” Bible Study. We focus on studying God’s Word and praying for each other, our families and our friends throughout the week.
Recovery & Support Groups
Recovery & Support Groups Celebrate Recovery Leader: Jack Bufkin/Daphne Newsome Contact #: 615-516-8719/615-566-2879 E-Mail: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org When: Thursdays at 6:30 pm Where: The District The purpose of the Celebrate Recovery ministry is to fellowship and celebrate God´s healing power in our lives through the "8 Recovery Principles." This experience allows us to "be changed." We open the door by sharing our experiences, strengths and hopes with one another. In addition, we become willing to accept God´s grace in solving our lives´ problems. By working and applying these Biblical principles, we begin to grow spiritually. We become free from our addictive, compulsive and dysfunctional behaviors. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy and most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with God and others. As we progress through the program we discover our personal, loving and forgiving Higher Power - Jesus Christ, the one and only true Higher Power.
DivorceCare Leaders: Neil Sharpe & Diane Davis Contact #: 615-424-1480 or 615-330-7191 E-Mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org When: Wednesdays at 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: A-163 (Annex I) Cost: $15 DivorceCare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Don’t go through separation or divorce alone. DivorceCare seminars and support groups are led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You’ll gain access to valuable DivorceCare resources to help you deal with the pain of the past and look forward to rebuilding your life.
Recovery & Support Groups Grief Share Leader: Cathy Lannom Contact #: 615-445-6677 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Wednesdays at 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room 217 Cost: $15 GriefShare seminars and support groups are led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You’ll gain access to valuable GriefShare resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life.
HopeKeepers: Chronic Illness/Pain Support Group Leader: Keri Delphia E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Blog Site: www.painfreejourney.blogspot.com When: 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-176 (Annex I) Need someone to talk to—someone who understands what it’s like to deal with chronic pain? Joining this support group could be just the ticket to finding the people who understand what you're experiencing.
Hospice Support Group Leader: Linda Moody Contact #: 615-419-2750 E-Mail: email@example.com When: As Needed Where: Contact Leader We assist in making people aware of Hospice services in the community. Childcare not provided.
Military-Families Honoring Our Troops Leader: Donna Goff Contact #: 615-604-7831 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Room A-176 (Annex I) The purpose of this group is to support military families and to share their struggles and concerns while loved ones are serving.
Our ministry includes: - Preschoolers - Children - Middle School Students - High School Students
Babies - Kindergarten
Contact Bridget Scott for more information about the Preschool Ministry at 615-444-9550 or email@example.com
Babies - Kindergarten In the Bible, we are told to â€œtrain a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.â€? (Proverbs 22:6) We support and encourage parents as they seek to fulfill the teaching by nurturing and instructing their children in the Lord. Our purpose is to reach preschoolers and their families for Jesus Christ, build a caring relationship with them, and provide them with a strong spiritual foundation so they can grow into mature followers of Christ.
COME/WORSHIP Wee Worship (Sundays) Time: 10:45 am Where: The Premier Wee Worship is a God-focused, kid-friendly worship experience. It meets each Sunday at 10:45 am for ages 3 years through Kindergarten. Let preschoolers worship like kids!
Preschool Ministry CONNECT/GROW Sunday Morning Connect Groups Sunday morning small groups are provided for babies through Kindergarten, where caring relationships are formed with loving adults, and building strong spiritual foundations for preschoolers.
8:00 am Small Groups: Babies to 2 yr. olds - Room 133 3 yr. olds to 5 yr. olds - Room 105
9:30 am Sunday School Small Groups: Babies to Toddlers - Rooms 131, 132, & 133 2 yr. olds to 3 yr. olds - Rooms 105, 107, & 109 4 yr. olds to Pre K - Rooms 100 & 108 Kindergarten - Rooms 102 & 103
10:45 Small Groups: Babies to Toddlers - Rooms 131, 132, & 13 2 yr. olds to 3 yr. olds - Rooms 105, 107, 108, & 109 4 yr. olds to Pre K - Rooms 108 Kindergarten - Rooms 102 & 103
KidsQuest (Wednesday Nights) Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Where: Babies to 2 yr. olds - Rooms 131, 132, & 132 3 yr. olds - Kindergarten - Rooms 105, 107, 108, & 109 KidsQuest is designed to take preschoolers through the Bible. This program teaches preschoolers spiritual habits that will stay with them throughout their lives.
Child Safety & Security: Security for your child is a top priority at the Glade. Children especially need to feel secure and loved in their environment. We have a new security system in place anytime pre-schoolers are participating in church activities. Our security system is in place for birth-3rd graders. In order to view a walkthrough video of our check-in procedures please visit www.gladevillechurch.org. Parents are also welcome to check in on their little ones at any time during a session. Silent pagers are also available upon request.
Preschool Ministry Weekday Education This provides parents with some personal time while offering preschoolers a quality Bible-based learning experience. Leader: Tammy Hill, Director Contact #: 615-444-3595 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org When: Monday-Thursday Time: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Where: Preschool Area Contact Tammy for availability.
Gladeville Playgroups Parents are you looking for a way to interact with other parents and children during the week? Join one of our Gladeville Playgroups. During the week you and your children will meet and play at different locations. Each member takes a turn planning the event/meet up for the week. One week you may play at someone’s home and have lunch, then the next week meet at the zoo or the park with a picnic, then the next coffee and chitchat while the kids play with bubbles. Activities are age appropriate and based on your playgroups needs and interests. It’s a great way to make friends and get support from other parents while your kids make friends, exercise, and run off some energy. Contact Melissa Richter for the playgroup that’s right for you!
Leader: Melissa Richter Contact #: 615-202-8731 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Varies, Contact Leader Where: Varies, Contact leader 44
1st - 5th Grades
Contact Jared Norris for more information about the Childrenâ€™s Ministry at 615-444-9550 or firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Grade - 5th Grade Our childrenâ€™s ministry exists to glorify God through the spiritual formation and transformation of individual children through the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Here is how we seek to help children through the process of spiritual formation and transformation ...
COME/WORSHIP Kidstuf Worship (Sundays) Time:10:45 am Where: Rooms 256 & 258 Let kids worship ... like kids! Kidstuf is a God-focused, kid-friendly worship experience. It is each Sunday at 10:40 am for 1st-5th graders. Kids worship God through music, life application videos, and Bible stories which bring focus on the Creator!
Childrenâ€™s Ministry CONNECT/GROW Sunday Morning Connect Groups Time: 8:00 am & 9:15 am Sunday Morning Connect Groups are provided for 1st through 5th grade, where caring relationships are formed with loving adults, and a strong spiritual foundation is laid.
8:00 am Sunday Morning Connect Groups 1st - 5th Grades - Room 253
9:15 am Sunday Morning Connect Groups 1st Grade - Room 259 2nd Grade - Room 257 3rd Grade - Room 255 4th Grade (Boys) - Room 223 4th Grade (Girls) - Room 221 5th Grade (Boys) - Room 222 5th Grade (Girls) - Room 220
G-Kids (Wednesday Nights) Time: 6:00 pm Where: Rooms 255-259 G Kids is a discipleship time for grade school children where they explore the Bible through story, crafts, worship & games. Other groups are also offered on Wednesday nights including Worship and Dance Ministry.
New Christian Class This class is for children who have recently made a profession of faith and are desiring baptism and church membership. This is a 2 week class that meets on Sunday mornings or Wednesday evenings, 3-4 times each year. For information contact Jared Norris at email@example.com
Children’s Ministry CONNECT/GROW (con’t) Kid’s Night Out Where: The Glade Church Kid’s Night Out is an activity-filled evening for children birth through fifth graders. Activities include crafts, pizza, recreation, and a movie. These are scheduled throughout the year.
SERVE/GO We look for opportunities throughout the year to give our children a way to serve in the community through ministry and missions projects. One specific way to accomplish this is the Family Mission Trip which will be held in November 2011. For more information please contact Jared Norris at 615-444-9550 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Child Safety & Security: Security for your child is a top priority at The Glade Church. Children especially need to feel secure and loved in their environment. We have a new security system in place anytime children are participating in church activities. Our security system is in place for birth-3rd graders. Parents are also welcome to check in on their children at anytime during a session (we ask you do so discreetly, however, so as not to disrupt), and to volunteer to be a part of their children’s activities.
Childrenâ€™s Ministry Dance for Girls (Interpretive Movement) Leader: Amy Hardy Contact #: 615-517-8926 E-Mail: email@example.com When: Wednesday Nights Where: Room 252 & 254 Times: Kindergarten - 3rd Grades 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm & 4th - 7th Grade 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm Teaching worship through dance. This class may be joined at any point during the year.
Contact Robert Post for more information about the Middle School Ministry at 615-444-9550 or firstname.lastname@example.org
6th - 8th Grades Our middle school ministry exists to glorify God through the spiritual transformation of individual middle school students through the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ. How we help middle school students through the process of spiritual transformation ...
COME/WORSHIP “The Premier” of Middle School students is a midweek worship opportunity for students 6th-8th grade, and usually where they walk through our door for the first time. We play games, worship, and present a message of Truth to students. The bounce-off-the-wall outgoing and the shy, quiet, more reserved teen will both find a comfortable fit.
Wednesday Nights Worship Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Where: “The Premier” The Premier and the surrounding hang out areas provide students with a place to fellowship with their friends. There is no pressure for them to do anything when they walk through the door.
Middle School Ministry CONNECT/GROW To help students connect with other believers and grow in their relationship with Christ, we have Sunday Morning Connect Groups for middle school students that meet every week at 9:30 am. These Connect Groups have a small group discussion feel to them. In these small groups students and caring adults discuss ever-changing teen culture, patience, dating, relationships, work, peer pressure, friends, values, loving others, and boundaries all within the context of God’s perfect plan for their lives.
Sunday Morning Connect Groups Time: 9:30 am Where: “The Premier”
Life Groups Time: Varies, TBA Where: Various Homes of Leaders Life Groups provide a way for students to go even deeper in their relationship with Christ and their relationships with their peers. These small groups are designed to connect students to a group of believers and allow for discussion of life issues relevant to their Christian journey. These groups are gender specific and meet in 6-8 week intervals several times a year, typically on Sunday nights.
Middle School Ministry SERVE/GO Middle school students are encouraged to serve by participating in local missions and mission trips. Students who volunteer locally usually perform some type of service for the community or individuals. Our middle school ministry strategy is to have one local trip where we serve our community and two away trips serving in Rogersville, Tennessee.
Rogersville, Tennessee 2011
Contact Robert Post for more information about the Middle School Ministry at 615-444-9550 or email@example.com.
9th - 12th Grades
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9th - 12th Grades Our high school ministry exists to glorify God through the spiritual transformation of individual high school students through the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ. How we help high school students through the process of spiritual transformation ...
COME/WORSHIP “The District” for High School students is a midweek worship opportunity for students 9th-12th grade, and usually where they walk through our door for the first time. We play games, worship through music and other arts, and students hear a relevant message of Truth. The bounce-off-the wall outgoing and the shy, quiet, more reserved teen will both find a comfortable fit.
Wednesday Night Worship Time: 6:30 - 7:30 pm Where: “The District” We have a place for students to hang out with their friends over a coke or coffee, and there’s no pressure for them to do anything when they walk through the door.
High School Ministry CONNECT/GROW To help students connect with other believers and grow in their relationship with Christ, we have Sunday morning connect groups for high school students that meet every week at 9:30 am. We dig into Godâ€™s Word and apply it directly to ever-changing teen culture. Students and caring adults discuss parents, dating, relationships, work, peer pressure, friends, values, and boundaries all within the context of Godâ€™s perfect plan for their lives. Life Groups are another way to provide a way for students to go even deeper in both their relationship with Christ and their relationships with their peers.
Sunday Morning Connect Groups Time: 9:30 am Where: The District
Life Groups Time: Varies, TBA Where: Various Homes of Leaders Life Groups provide a way for students to go even deeper in both their relationship with Christ and their relationships with their peers. These small groups are gender specific and meet in 6-8 week intervals several times a year, typically on Sunday nights. We find that this schedule works best for most students and the absence of the opposite sex alleviates pressure and discussion barriers for guys and girls alike.
High School Ministry SERVE/GO High School students are encouraged to serve by participating in local missions and mission trips. Students who volunteer locally usually perform some type of service for the community or individuals. Trips the past two years have included trips to New Orleans, Nashville flood relief, and Surco, Peru.
Surco, Peru 2011
Nashville Flood Relief 2010
New Orleans 2011
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Ministry Leader Contact Information
Contact Information Adult Connect Groups Mark Wofford, Pastor for Connect Ministries firstname.lastname@example.org
Automotive Ministry Doe Dayton, 566-5778 Butch O’Neal, 533-0895
Business & Financial Services Telena Martin, Director email@example.com
Card Ministry Martha Whitman firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebrate Recovery Jack Bufkin email@example.com Daphne Newsome, 566-2879
Children’s Ministry (1st grade - 5th grade) Jared Norris, Children’s Minister firstname.lastname@example.org
Choir & Praise Team Phillip Hardy, Lead Worshipper email@example.com
Congregational Care Ministry Kathy Browning, Congregational Care Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
First Impressions (Greeters & Info Centers) Mark Wofford, Pastor for Guest & Member Services email@example.com
High School Ministry (9th grade - 12th grade) Michael Eubanks, Pastor for New Generations firstname.lastname@example.org 60
Contact Information His Babies Kathy Browning email@example.com
Menâ€™s Ministry Mark Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org
Middle School Ministry (6th grade - 8th grade) Robert Post, Middle School Minister email@example.com
Missions Ministries Courtney Bradley firstname.lastname@example.org
Patient Advocate Ministry Tim Ferguson email@example.com
Prayer Ministry Angie Bradley firstname.lastname@example.org
Preschool Ministry (Babies - Kindergarten) Bridget Scott, Minister email@example.com
Quilt Ministry Sarah Craig firstname.lastname@example.org
Recreation Ministries Mark Wofford, Pastor for Connect Ministries email@example.com
Senior Adults Craig Webb/Pastor for Vision & Purpose firstname.lastname@example.org 61
Contact Information Singles Ministry Diane Davis, Coordinator email@example.com
Sound, Lighting, & Video Tony King, Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Walking Stick Ministry Bobby Liddle HondaLiddle@aol.com
Weekday Education Tammy Hill, Director email@example.com
Wednesday Connect Groups Mark Wofford, Pastor for Connect Ministries firstname.lastname@example.org
Womenâ€™s Ministry Courtney Bradley, Coordinator email@example.com
What does it mean to be a “member” of the Glade Church? .
We at the Glade Church will never pursue you to become a member. In fact, you are welcome to worship here, connect in a group, and serve in a ministry (i.e. Choir, Greeters, Automotive Ministry, etc.) without being a member. But when you become a member, you will be eligible to vote on church matters, to serve in leadership, and be eligible to lead a group or ministry. Membership implies certain commitments and responsibilities as well. These include but are not limited to the following: • participating regularly in corporate worship • connecting with and participating in a small group • serving God through this church family If you desire to become a “member” of the Glade Church, you can join in one the following ways: • By receiving believer’s baptism (i.e. immersion) by which you are saying that you have received Christ. • By “statement” that you have already received Christ and have received believer’s baptism. • By simple transfer of your membership from another Baptist fellowship. • Note: If you are a believer and you are coming from a church that does not practice baptism by immersion, you may join our church by simply being baptized here. To learn more about the privileges and responsibilities of being a part of this church family you may attend a Next Step Orientation or visit our website (gladevillechurch.org) and click on “Next Step” under the “New Here?” tab.
Next Step Orientation An Introduction to the Glade Church Designed to introduce you to our church through informal teaching, discussion, and a brief tour of the campus. Who leads the class? Craig Webb, our Pastor for Vision and Purpose Who is invited? • Guests who are interested in knowing about our church. • New members who would like to know more about your new church family and what it means to be a member. • Others who would like to understand the church better. What will I learn? 1. Who we are as a church family and how we are both alike and different from other churches. 2. Our vision, mission, and purpose. 3. Our process for helping persons grow in Christ. 4. Our core values and basic beliefs. 5. The history of our church and how we fit into the larger Christian context. 6. What does it really mean to be a Christian? 7. Meanings of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. 8. What it means to be a member of The Glade Church. Join us for a Next Step Orientation on Wednesdays at 5:00 pm outside the Fellowship Hall. Visit our Next Step Center on Sundays or contact Kathy Browning at 615-444-9550 to schedule your orientation.
Current Schedule: Sundays: 8:00 am
9:15 am 10:45 am
Adult Connect Groups, Care for BabiesKindergarten, & Children’s Connect Groups Celebration Worship & Connect Groups for All Ages Celebration Worship, KidStuf, Wee Worship, Care for Babies-Kindgarten, & Adult Connect Groups
Wednesdays: 5:00 pm-6:15 pm 6:00 pm-7:30 pm 6:00 pm-7:30 pm 6:15 pm-7:30 pm 6:30 pm-7:30 pm 6:30 pm-7:30 pm 8:00 pm
Wednesday Fellowship Dinner (Fellowship Hall) Kid’s Quest for Preschoolers (Preschool Area) G-Kids for 1st-5th Graders (Children’s Area) LifeQuest Studies High School Worship & Small Groups (The District) Middle School Worship & Small Groups (The Premier) Men’s Bible Studies
9000 Stewarts Ferry Pike, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122 615.444.9550 www.gladevillechurch.org