What is the mission of the Adult Discipleship Ministry?
The mission of the Adult Discipleship Ministry is to develop spiritual based relationships and spiritual growth through small groups, continuing adult Christian Education, and medium and large sized fellowship events. We support adult
Sunday morning classes, the church-wide ministry of small groups, and other special gatherings, classes, and workshops that cultivate discipleship.
Small groups and Sunday adult classes meet weekly or every other week. Participating in one or both of these is a great way to get to know other people and to learn more about living the Christian life daily. A variety of topics are offered, with an average of 10 people in each group.
To learn more, please call the church office at 703-729-2012.
Interested in joining a Women's Bible Study Group? Here's why you should:
Ashburn Presbyterian's Women's Ministry strives to provide opportunities for the women of the church to grow in their faith as well as find places to serve within the community. Bible studies, fellowship time, and missions work are all a part of the evolving Women's Ministry at APC.
Being in a study of God's Word will...
- Help you understand God's will for your life. God will speak to you through his written word.
- Give you the opportunity to have consistent fellowship with other Christian women. We need this!
- Provide you with a regular time to share concerns and praises! It is exciting to hear how God is working in other believer's lives.
Women's Bible Study meets at the church Monday evenings at 7:00 pm and every 2nd and 4th Friday at 9:30am
The Men's Bible Study of Ashburn Presbyterian Church typically meets the first and third Fridays of the month in the kitchen of Pickell Hall. The men's group begins gathering at 6:00 am, socializing with coffee and donuts, while the actual Bible study starts at 6:15 am with the goal of ending by 7:15 am.
The goal of the men's group is to grow and be a resource for any men interested in fellowship and studying the Word of God, through the Bible and other resources. The early morning was chosen to give those who are unable to meet in the evening an option for study and fellowship. Typically, all the work within the studies can be done during the study hour; there is little or no preparation that needs to be completed outside the meeting time. Also, while the participants are encouraged to come every week, there is no obligation to do so.
In addition, about once per month the men's ministry will gather at a local restaurant on a Friday evening for fellowship time.