What is YOUR Spiritual Gift?
According to Jeff Carver of the Spiritual Gifts website, “God has given each believer a spiritual gift that He wants us to use for His glory . . .” “He not only wants us to know our spiritual gifts, but He expects us to grow in them each day.” “You may already know what your spiritual gifts are. But, if you don’t, or just want to clarify what they are, we have both adult and youth spiritual gifts tests to help you find out. These tests do not guarantee what gifts you have, but they are helpful tools for you to get an idea of how you are gifted. We encourage you to take the test . . .”
Complete the form, submit, and answer the questions as instructed. Be aware that there are 105 questions, so be sure to allot time to complete the questionnaire.
Meets the second and fourth Sunday at 2:00 p.m. We gather for prayer to build up the body of Christ here at Meadowbrook. Prayer requests and praises are shared.
Adult Bible Study
An adult Bible study is held every other Wednesday at 7:00 p.m., led by Sr. Minister Steve Martin. Check calendar for dates.
Women’s Ministries (see calendar for dates)
Women’s Bible Study
Bible study for women held every Thursday morning at 9:30 am led by Phyllis Martin. Currently studying “Grace for Every Trial”, a study of the book of Job that focuses on God who helps us face life’s challenges.
Activities take place throughout the year, such as a Ladies Luncheon in the Spring and a Ladies Tea (Sept. 28, 2019) in the Fall.
Sisters in Service (SIS)
Sisters in Service is a Women’s Group that meets every month on Monday evening (usually 6pm) from September to May, except winter months they meet the 4th Saturday at 10am. Meetings always include a devotional and refreshments, followed by a project or speaker. Coming up: Sat., Feb. 22, Breakfast and meeting.
Ladies Tea in the Fellowship Hall that is transformed into a delightful tea room with beautifully decorated tables and delicious buffet. Tea date to be announced.
Sisters of the Cloth
Ladies meet periodically to sew various projects such as bags for wheelchair-bound residents at the VA Home in Grand Rapids; holiday table runners for the fellowship hall, and heart pillows for mastectomy patients. Currently working on prayer blankets.
Men’s Ministries (see calendar for dates)
Men’s Fellowship Breakfast
Meets the second Saturday every other month September through May at 8:30 a.m. Our men meet for breakfast and fellowship where a lesson and prayer time is shared. We desire to see our men grow strong in the Lord and to be good examples as husband, father, or son in their families as well as becoming stronger church leaders. Guests are always welcome. Upcoming: Breakfast on Sat., March 14 at 8:30am.
Praise Team – Rehearsals take place every Tuesday night at 7 p.m.
Worship Leader & Praise Team Director: Randy Gilbert. Our praise team leads the worship service on Sunday mornings. This group of volunteers love to sing, play instruments and worship Christ. They meet to prepare for the Sunday service and learn new music to enhance the worship experience.
L – Lights in a dark world
I – Investigating God’s Word
F -Fellowship, sharing
E – Encouraging
LIFE Groups are location-based small groups facilitated by co-leaders and hosted by members of the congregation. Groups meet for a time of Bible study, prayer and fellowship with the goal of bringing people to maturity in Jesus Christ. Currently four groups are meeting: one in Rochester Hills every other Wednesday at 7pm, one in Rochester Hills every other Thursday at 7 p.m. , one in Shelby Township at 7:00 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Fridays and one at the church building every other Sunday at 2pm (with kid-friendly activities). Complete details for locations, dates and times are available in the church foyer, and dates are posted on the calendar.
Sunday Morning Bible School – Adults
Meets at 9:30 a.m., every Sunday.
In addition, a 6-week “What We Believe” class taught by Senior Minister Steve Martin is held periodically for anyone considering church membership or wants to know more about Meadowbrook. The class looks at church essentials, some history, communion, baptism, church involvement, God’s plan, and the Bible.