Small Group Ministries
Reformation offers a number of small group ministries for specific populations within the church. Below is more information about each of this ministries.
Seasoned Saints is a ministry designed to care for the holistic needs of another 55 years or older who is interested in building fellowship in the church and the community, Through Bible Study, spiritual and practical learning opportunities, featured speakers, exercise, games, and activities, Seasoned Saints is a ministry that seeks to keep our older members mentally and physically active.
Join the Seasoned Saints every Tuesday at 10 AM for Bible Study and fellowship. Each week, we gather together to read through several chapters of the scriptures. We pause after each chapter to discuss the ways that the words of scripture impact our journey of faith and our daily lives. Following an hour of scripture study, we break for conversation and snacks. All adults over the age of 55 are invited to join us.
Contact Sister Sandy Savage for more information (number available through the church office).
The Men’s Ministry of Reformation is open to all the men of Reformation as a place of support, prayer, and brotherhood. Throughout the year the Men’s Ministry sponsors several different fundraisers and events that both support the finances of the church and provide fun, social events for the community.
The Men’s Group meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm.
Contact President Nate Singleton for more information (number available through the church office).
The Mission of the Women’s Ministry of Reformation is to work together as a ministry when women glorify God by developing a balanced Christian lifestyle through fellowship, prayer, spiritual activities, and financial support to the church.
The Women of Reformation host an annual Women’s Day celebration, host a Father’s Day luncheon, and donate to the church throughout the year as needs arise.
Contact Co-Presidents Luvenia Johnson or Tracey Beasley for more information (number available through the church office).