ADULTS

SUNDAY MORNING CLASSES/GROUPS - 9:15 a.m.

Bible Study: The Gospel of Mark

Join us for a continuing exploration of the teachings of Jesus in the Gospel of Mark.  Jarry Richardson. Carolyn Anderson, discussion leaders. Fellowship Hall, lower level   

Organic Outreach Video Series

Every follower of Jesus has a sincere desire to share God’s love with others.  But where do we start?  This study will help you shape a personal approach to passing on the good news of Jesus in natural ways using a collection of biblical practices that you can incorporate into your life starting today.  In this practical study, pastor and author Kevin Harney offers the tools needed to reach out with God’s love in organic ways.  Laurel Meier and Beth McCreadie, discussion leaders.   Room 109, lower level.

Wednesday Evening Classes/Groups at RCC

The Alpha Course

Bring your friends, relatives, neighbors and co-workers with you as you try Alpha—because we believe everyone should have the chance to explore the Christian faith, ask questions, and share their point of view in a safe, fun and loving environment.  This  is a great option for younger adults and anyone from our community! 


Facilitators: Susan Sauter, Ginny Anderson, and others
Location: Room 109, lower level.   

Worship and Bible Study
Our culture is obsessed with lifestyle. Magazines, websites and blogs tell us what to wear, how to get fit, what to drive, and how to live. Everyone want to tell us how to live our lives. Jesus didn't leave us a lifestyle podcast or magazine. He sat down on a mountainside and began to teach. How do deal with anger. How to handle money. What to do when faced with difficult people. Simple, memorable, and profound. Jesus' teachings on the Sermon on the Mount are as relevant and challenging today as they were 2,000 years ago.  


Facilitator: Steve Eng
Location: Music Room, main level (behind sanctuary)

 

Community Supper - 5:30-6 p.m.

 

Community Supper - 5:30-6 p.m. 

We start each Wednesday evening with a light supper here at Rochester Covenant.  Donations welcome, although you can eat for free if you wish. Then, head to one of three great on-campus classes this fall.


Location: Fellowship Hall, lower level  

Wednesday Evenings Off-Site - 5:30-7:15pm 

CHILDREN / YOUTH / FAMILY SUPPER AND STUDIES

Supper and Studies is starting up again!  All families with children and youth are invited to the Limberg home (1417 21st Ave NE) at 5:30pm on the last three Wednesdays of each month for a spaghetti supper and studies for all ages.  


For more information:
Kristin Limberg at   or 507.289.2990.