“Men in Ministry” is a group designed to equip men to become more intentional in being servant spiritual leaders through Biblical insight and loving accountability. Men’s activities and Bible studies are planned throughout the year.
The Women’s Ministry at Bannockburn helps women connect to other women, providing the support needed to grow closer to Christ, learning and reflecting the compassion He showed others.
Contact email@example.com for more information about Men’s or Women’s Ministries.
Sunday Life Group Bible Studies
Our Small Group Ministry is divided into Life Stages to better meet the needs of our members and guests. Whatever milestone of life you are experiencing, we have a small group for you. Share similar life experiences, make lasting friendships, get connected in church service and grow together in your Christian walk. Our small groups meet on Sundays at 9:30AM.
- Singles – College students, 20’s plus, 40’s plus, Single Parents
- Young Marrieds – Engaged, newly married couples, and married couples without children
- Young Families – Married couples with young children (Infants to 1st grade)
- Median–Age Families – Married couples with older children (2nd grade through high school)
- Empty–Nest Families – Married couples with children in college
- Hearing-Impaired – Adults, all ages
- Special Need Adults – Adults, all ages
- Spanish–Speaking Adults – Adults, all ages
- Senior Adults – Ages 55+
To find a group suited for you, visit our Welcome Desk in the foyer of our Worship Center on Sunday mornings or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about our Deaf Ministry and our Special Needs Adults Ministry, email email@example.com or call our church office 512-892-2703, extension 1237.
Senior Adult Ministry
Senior adults may participate in special events scheduled throughout the year. They may also serve in many ways by singing in the Worship Choir, volunteering in our Food Pantry or our church library, serving as an usher during Worship services, serving on our Homebound Care Team, Prayer Team, Legacy Event Planning Team, or Benevolence Team.
Connections for Singles
Connections, a group for single adults ages 45+, meet on Thursday evenings at 6:30pm in room 306 in the Abington Center for dinner followed by Bible study led by one of our lay leaders. Connections not only meet for Bible study, but also participate in several mission projects. Come get connected.
Journey of Hope
Journey of Hope is a ministry that reaches out to those who are struggling with a past abortion. We use an eight-week interactive Bible study that helps hurting women start the journey toward hope and healing. In a confidential environment, God is given room to gently work on hurting hearts, setting women free.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to begin your journey. All inquiries are confidential.
DivorceCare is a non-denominational weekly support group that uses Biblical teaching to step in the gap and help find ways to rebuild your life. You don’t have to go through a divorce or separation alone. Our DivorceCare leaders understand what you are experiencing and have a heart for what you’re going through.
DivorceCare meets weekly from 4:30 – 6:00 PM in the Abington Center Room 303. Sessions are held weekly on Sunday afternoons from September through December and again from January through April. Child care is not available.
For more information about these ministries, email email@example.com
Weekly Discipleship Bible Studies
A variety of Discipleship classes are offered on Tuesday mornings and Wednesday evenings beginning in August through December and then in January through May. Contact the Discipleship office at firstname.lastname@example.org for a current listing of classes.