We offer a wide variety of ways for adults to stay connected with God and each other through small group Bible studies, special interest groups, and other activities at our church.
The Barnabas ministry of Bartlett Chapel is a ministry of encouragement to our college students. It is our way of encouraging them in their faith journey with Christ as they experience the many changes and challenges of college life. Our Barnabas Ministers are asked to be praying faithfully for their student as well as to keep in touch with them anonymously on a regular basis. If you would like to volunteer as a Barnabas Minister or if you would like more information, please contact the church office.
All are welcome to attend our Sunday School classes for adults which meet after worship and fellowship time. There are two classes from which to choose. One class meets in Fellowship Hall and the other class meets in the church library/lounge.
Men’s Service Group
All men of the church are welcome to participate in the Men’s Service Group, for fellowship as well as service to the church and to the community. We meet on the first and third Monday of every month, beginning at 8:30 AM, in the church library/lounge.
All women of the church are welcome to join our exercise group. We meet in Fellowship Hall from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Women’s Bible Study
All women of the church are welcome to join our weekly Bible study. We meet in the church library/lounge on Wednesday mornings, beginning at 10:00 AM.
Wednesday Night Adult Bible Study
All are welcome to attend our weekly adult Bible study. We meet in Fellowship Hall on Wednesday evenings, beginning at 6:30 PM. This study is also available online through the church Facebook page.
Bartlett Women in Ministry
All women of the church are invited to participate in Bartlett Women in Ministry, for fellowship as well as service to the church and the community. We meet on the second Saturday of every month, beginning at 9:30 AM. Our purpose is that we will, as a group, care for, encourage, help to grow, and support each other in our spiritual life as we serve the needs of our church family, our community, and those in our surrounding area where Christ leads us.