Sunday School at 9:30 am, and Worship Services at 10:30 am and at 5:30 pm. 

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Midweek Events

Midweek Events

We would love for you to attend one or more of these current studies:

Monday Morning Ladies' Bible Study: Risen Motherhood: Gospel Hope for Everyday Moments, by Emily Jensen and Laura Wifler, led by Laura Guenzel at her home in Richmond Hill. Our study will begin at 9:30 am weekly through May 24, 2021. Children are welcome. We'd love for you to join in. Contact newcovpreswomen@gmail.com.

Men's Breakfast and Book Study: Beginning Tuesday, October 13th, 6:00 am, we start a new book, Let's Study 1 Corinthians by David Jackman. Join the men as we meet at the Omelette Cafe, 10060 Ford Ave., Richmond Hill. Contact Bobby Wise for information (see email below).

Women's Wednesday Bible Study: 1st & 3rd Wednesdays at 6:30 pm. We are studying from the book Living in the Light of Inextinguishable Hope: The Gospel According to Joseph by Iain M. Duguid and Matthew P. Harmon, led by Lisa Beth Smith and Beth Wise. Join this group that meets virtually via Zoom. Contact newcovpreswomen@gmail.com for details.

Men's Theology Night: 1st & 3rd Wednesdays. The men are studying from John Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion, 6:30 pm at the church office. We hope you plan to attend when you are able. Contact Rev. David Senters for information (see email below).

Adult Small Groups: in Richmond Hill and Savannah; 6:30 pm. Our 3 Small Groups will cover various topics, depending on the individual groups. We have 2 groups that meet in Richmond Hill on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, and another group that meets in Savannah on the same days. Contact the email below for Small Group leader contact information.

Youth Group Bible Study: Contact the Youth Director, David Prussia, for information (see email below).

Visit our CALENDAR of EVENTS to view current and past studies.

Email newcovpres@gmail.com with questions about any of these studies.