On Thursdays at noon, Rev. Ellis Martin leads a study group currently studying the subject of Isaiah in which all are welcome. It is an interactive group filled with solid scholarly background on the text as well as an opportunity to engage the biblical author, and Ellis, in some lively conversations. Bring your lunch, if you like, and join in the fellowship.
Yoga is held Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 5:30 p.m. Did you know that all donations given at yoga classes go to our church building fund? In this way, yoga benefits your physical, emotional and spiritual health, as well as the church’s financial health.
During the program year, we offer an intergenerational Sunday School class at 9:30 am for children ages 3 years through 5th grade complete with lessons, crafts, activities and often music. In the summer, we feature a week-long Vacation Bible School that participants consistently look forward to. Because of the solid favorable reputation we have built in the community for this event, we take registrations in order not to overbook as 50 students is our facility limit.
On Thursdays at 1:15 p.m., the Adult Coloring Group (new to coloring or artistically accomplished) meets to share ideas, techniques, and experience. It’s a time to relax, a time for fellowship, support, and lots of laughs with friends. All are welcome!
Each quarter, small groups gather around a dinner table at someone’s home to fellowship together and to share a meal. Sign-up sheets will be available periodically to participate in the upcoming groups.
Our youth group meets 2-3 times a month on Sundays at 9:30 am under the leadership of our Youth Coordinator, Jamie, for biblical study, relationship building, and building of social skills. They do service nights monthly making sandwiches for the homeless as well as monthly fun activities including swimming, bowling, movies, games, overnighters, sledding, and more.
This is a small group gathering on Thursdays at 5:30 pm in the Burrell Building, which is a support network for those dealing with emotional, physical and spiritual struggles. All are welcome to an informal time of sharing and resourcing together.
On Mondays at noon, Rev. Steve Kindle is currently leading a study group on "Jesus' Resurrection and Ours." Come interact with the group and feel free to bring your lunch to eat as you do. All are welcome to join in as your schedule allows.
Meeting the needs of our varied congregation is a priority, therefore, we seek to offer different groups, some of which meet consistently and others that meet sporadically through the year. Our adult study groups are designed to strengthen and expand our faith journey as we seek to be followers of Christ. From Bible to religious book studies, groups are being formed on a regular basis and all are welcome. Literary, contextual, and historical background enrich our understandings. Support and nurture groups add to the fellowship and compassion that is a part of our church life. We hope you will find a place that meets your needs.
First Christian Church of Redding
3590 Placer Street † Redding, CA 96001
(530) 242-1589 † firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours: Tues. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.