THERE ARE SEVERAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR VISITORS AND REGULARS, ALIKE, TO ENJOY FELLOWSHIP.
BOOK STUDY GROUPS
All are welcome to attend either or both of the book study sessions which are held at church on Friday mornings (10:00 to 11:15am) and Sunday mornings (8:30 to 9:45am).
Note: The Sunday morning group is currently on hold.
WEEKLY MEN'S BOOK STUDY
The men meet on Thursday nights from 6:30 to 8pm to discuss books and ideas and to connect with each other.
This group creates prayer quilts that are given to those in need and prayer squares that are available to all. Beginners and experts, alike, enjoy this time of fellowship and stitching. Check the Sower, the church's monthly newsletter, for meeting days and times.
MONTHLY MEN'S FELLOWSHIP
All men have a standing invitation to join together for breakfast on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 8am at Danny's Deli; and lunch on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 12noon at Main Street Steakhouse on Main Street.
MONTHLY LADIES' LUNCH FELLOWSHIP
The ladies of the church meet for lunch on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Location and time are noted in the weekly bulletin.
Currently on hold.
CHURCH OF THE FOOTHILLS CHOIR
The choir rehearses nearly every Thursday night from 7:00 to 8:00pm. All are welcome to participate. During the summer months the choir takes a well-deserved break. Elizabeth Helms directs the choir and can be contacted for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN
SUNDAY MORNING SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES EMPHASIZE THE CONCEPT OF FAITH FORMATION, AN ON-GOING PROCESS OF DEVELOPING ONE'S SPIRITUAL AND PERSONAL LIFE
We use the Joyful Path curriculum (Inner Wisdom Series) produced by Progressive Christianity. Each unit of study is created on a foundational affirmation, such as "The life of Jesus helps me understand that I am one with all."
Weekly programming is provided:
Nursery care for infants and toddlers
Children in elementary grades
Jr. and Sr. high school age
Boards and Committees
Church of the Foothills is a congregational church, which means all leadership is participatory and all decisions are collective. The following boards have been established to coordinate church life and operational requirements:
Trustees - plant, property, and fiscal matters
Deacons - support for worship services
Faith Formation - programs for children & adults
Outreach & Benevolence - support for local and global initiatives
Fellowship - weekly social hour and special events
Endowment - manage fund and annual dispersements