We have lots of great opportunities for men to connect with other men for prayer, accountability, discipleship, as well as great fellowship. One of the ways you can get involved is through one of our men's discipleship classes.
The men's ministry offers frequent fellowships that include exciting guest speakers and life-transforming teaching. Developing leaders is vital at Miles Road, and one of the best ways for men to grow spiritually is through discipleship groups. The times and teachers may vary, but the content is the always applicable Word of God.
Speak to Sam for more information.
There are many opportunities to get involved in our women's ministry. We extend our warm, enthusiastic welcome for you to get involved in any of these ministries and events. Our ladies not only serve but form lasting friendships and grow in their relationships with Jesus Christ.
Our Ladies Small Groups are the best way to “plug-in” and connect with a meaningful, in-depth fellowship at Miles Road Baptist Church! When you join a Small Group, you will meet your group weekly to share in each other’s day-to-day faith journey. Our Small Groups pray together, share life’s victories as well as challenges, and read and discuss exciting books by noted Christian authors—particularly suited to your needs as a woman, wife, and mother! You will experience substantial spiritual growth, and you will develop long-lasting friendships with the other 6-8 women in your group! Groups meet for 1½ hours weekly, and they’re designed especially for your busy life—with no homework required (unless you specifically prefer a group with homework assignments). Groups meet at various times throughout the week (both day and evening) throughout the year in varied locations to accommodate many differing daily schedule-demands.
There are ongoing women’s large-group Bible Studies held during the week. We have outstanding teachers that lead the groups in transforming study topics. You are sure to be challenged and uplifted by taking part in one of these groups!
Speak to Debbi to get started in a group.