Women’s Tuesday Morning Bible Study
All women of the church and friends are welcome to join for a time of coffee and fellowship from time 9:15-9:45, and Bible study and prayer from 9:45-11:00. The current studies include the book of Acts and I Thessalonians and Ephesians. Babysitting is provided for children under five.
Women’s Bible Study meets from 9:15 – 11:00 at the church during the school year.
Meridian Bible Study
Everyone is welcome to join for Bible study, prayer, and fellowship. The current study is the book study Waiting for God.
This Bible study meets at 7:15 PM on two Thursdays a month at the home of John & Judy Vander Woude during the school year.
Men’s Book Study
All men of the church are invited for a time of fellowship, prayer, and book study on Zoom. The current study is Stay Salt by Rebecca Pippert
Men’s Book Study meets every Friday at 6:15 AM year round.
Adult Bible Study
Everyone is welcome to join for Bible study, prayer, and fellowship. Pastor Russ will lead in a study of Ecclesiastes, Lamentations, and Colossians.
This group meets every Thursday evening at church at 7:00 PM during the school year.
Adult Sunday School
Our Adult Sunday School classes meet every Sunday morning at 9:30. We will offer two class options throughout the school year. Currently, Pastor Russ teaches a foundations class on Reformed Theology that meets in the Cadet Room. This class focuses on giving an overview of what it means to be Reformed and how Reformed theology helps drive the way we worship at Cloverdale. This is a great class option for anyone who would like to become a member of Cloverdale, but also for any who would just like a refresher course on what it means to be Reformed. Our other current class option is taught by Dan Rowlands. This class, The Gospel Project, shows God’s plan of salvation for His people beginning with Genesis and shows God’s covenant faithfulness throughout all of scripture. This class meets in the Youth Group Room.
Adult Sunday School meets 9:30-10:15, before the morning worship service during the school year.