Children’s Small Group:
This class is for children ages 4 through grade 5. Their curriculum is called “Explore the Bible.” Kids explore the people, places, and objects of the Bible and compare them to modern–day life. Reading the letters of Peter and Jude, boys and girls learn that God desires our honor, and they learn how they can live a godly life that honors Him. As they dwell in Scripture, kids will discover the Bible is God’s revelation of Himself to people, and they learn to depend on His Word. Through videos, Bible readings, relevant stories, games, and workbook activities kids won’t just learn the Bible, they’ll experience it. This class meets in the Fellowship Room.
Youth Small Group:
Sunday morning studies vary to meet the growth of 6th-12th grade youth. To keep the youth intrigued, a variety of teaching styles including visional and hands on activities are used. This class meets in a classroom downstairs.
Adults Small Groups:
Class #1 – Meets in the Fellowship Hall for a study called “Creation: A Divine Cycle” by David C. Cook December through February. The study will relate the principles of Luke, Psalms, and Galatians to everyday life while explaining the Scripture passages and encouraging real-life application.
Class #2 – Meets in the room behind the sanctuary. “What You Aren’t Being Told About Astronomy.” This 2 volume DVD series will explore Our Solar System and the Stars and Galaxies. In these videos, you will see how recent discoveries contradict the naturalistic view of history and will tour the solar system and explore the wonders in the heavens. You will visit each of the planets and discover evidence for design in the heavenly bodies – through breathtaking photographs and graphics from NASA and other sources, revealing how the stars, galaxy and each planet testify to its Creator. Viewing the Universe in light of Scripture gives us tremendous insight into His majesty, His character and what He has done for us.
Additional adult small group Bible Studies are offered throughout the year on week days.
Children are important to God, and to us too. We recognize that God gives everyone special talents – even children! Therefore, Fetterhoff offers a variety of activities and opportunities for children to participate in worship and to grow in their love of Jesus!
Easter Presentation and Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes Packing (through Samaritan Purse)
Acolytes for Sunday Worship and Special Services
Greeters and Bulletin Attendants
Individual Musical Presentations
Children’s Bell Choir during Special Services
Safe Sanctuary is a policy put in place to protect the children, youth and elders at Fetterhoff while they too experience the love of God and fellowship within the community of believers.
Safe Sanctuary Policy