Annual Congregational Meeting
October 25 6:30 pm
What is an ABF?
An ABF (Adult Bible Fellowship) is a medium sized group (15-70 people) that meets during our Sunday morning worship services. ABF’s are one of your best opportunities for connecting here at Lakes Free and for building relationships with people of a similar life stage.
How do I get involved?
ABF’s are offered during both hours on Sunday mornings. Please note the schedule below and find the group that fits you best. ABF groups are organized by life stage, but we invite you to join the group that feels most comfortable to you, regardless of age or marital status.
Please come and visit. We will be happy to welcome you! Come early for coffee, snacks and fellowship!
What happens at an ABF meeting?
Senior adults, singles & married couples (60’s+). Meets at 9:00 am in Room 233.
Multi-Generational (18+) comprised of singles, couples, and families. Meets at 9:00 am in Room 235.
Mostly married couples & families (40’s-50’s) with teenage kids and up. Meets at 9:00 am Room 219.
Mostly married couples & families (30’s & 40’s), most with elementary aged children and up. Meets at 9:00 am in Room 225.
Multi-Generational (18+) comprised of singles, couples, and families. Meets at 9:00 am Room 230.
Singles, couples, and families (40’s-60’s) of various life stages. Meets at 10:30 am in Room 233.
Multi-Generational (18+) comprised of singles, couples, and families. Meets at 10:30 am Room 230.
Young adults, couples & families (20’s-30’s), most with infants and young children. Meets at 10:30 am in Room 225.
Married couples and singles (50's & 60's) of various life stages. Meets at 10:30 am in Room 235.
For those attending Lakes Free under a year and a half. Multi-Generational (18+) comprised of singles, couples, and families. Meets at 10:30 am in Room 219.
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Come be a part of a small group that meets weekly for 9 sessions finding encouragement and gaining tools for moving beyond the effects of past traumatic events or abuse. A Journey Group is led by trained facilitators. This uniquely non-judgmental group environment is a safe place where participants can experience core biblical concepts as they explore ways to journey toward restoring healthy relationships and new life.
Hope Ministries is excited to announce a support group for adoptive and foster care families, or families who are contemplating adoption or foster care. This support group aims to give foster care and adoptive families the necessary support, resources, and tools to set you up for success in this difficult venture. We will meet the first Sunday of each month from 6-8pm in Room 219. We will have a time for connecting with other adoptive and foster care families, as well as group discussion.
Moms of Preschoolers is a gathering of moms that support each other during their motherhood journey. This years theme is "To The Full" and in order to live to the full we need to have more fun, fear less, and find our people. Come join other moms to learn about and discuss these themes. Child Care will be provided for kids ages 0-Kdgn.