Adult Discipleship
(Women's and Men's Ministry)

WoMen's Ministry 

First ARP women join together in Christian fellowship so that each may be encouraged to grow in her knowledge of Christ and of the Holy Spirit's power and may be equipped to serve in harmony with God's design for herself, her home, this church, and the world community.  

"Circles" are monthly gatherings (during the school year) for Bible study, fellowship, prayer, and projects. All circles welcome new members and will be studying The Next to Last Word by Michael Barrett.

Bible Studies
Tuesdays 10:00 - 11:30 AM
Beginning January 16
Join to study All Things New 2 Corinthians by Kelly Minter.
$20 for the book and can be paid for at first session.
Contact Connie Kiser for more information.

Thursdays 12:00 PM (on non-Circle weeks)
Beginning January 11
Join to study When You Pray by various authors.
$20 for the book can be paid for at the first session.
Contact Kathy Barron for more information.

*Ladies, bring your friends and neighbors to join us!
Members and visitors welcome. 

**Childcare can be arranged for Bible Studies if needed, please contact Connie Kiser
Our Women's Ministries does a variety of annual events and retreats for fellowship, outreach, and spiritual development.
These are all available on the church app or please contact the church office for information and details.

Men's Ministry 

The men's ministry of First ARP exists to help disciple the men of our church so that they are mature followers of Jesus who love Jesus deeply, lead their families in a Christ-like manner, and serve Christ's church faithfully. We seek to do this through study, support and service. 

Bible Study - 2nd Saturday @ 7am 

A group of men meet once a month for fellowship and study. Beginning September 9th, we will be studying The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer.

Prayer  - 1st Tuesday @ 7am 

On the first Tuesday of each month, a group gathers to spend time praying for one another, the needs of our church, and especially for the men in our church. Prayer is vital for our lives as followers of Christ.
In Christian theology, the world (culture), the flesh (residing sin), and the devil (deception) have been singled out as the implacable enemies of the soul. In Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 Solomon comments on the peril a man faces who stands alone against these attacks without the benefit of mutual support received from other men. May we support one another for the glory of God and the benefit of our souls! For more information,
contact John Barron or Jon Oliphant.