Mayflower offers our adult members and friends the following opportunities for Bible study, spiritual growth and exploration, as well as fellowship:
We flourish by aligning our lives
with a faith community.
This fall, join us and be inspired with our
The Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University researched the impact religion and spirituality have on our physical and emotional health.
They discovered that being involved in a church and regularly attending services and programs positively impacts our ability to avoid depression, substance abuse and risky behaviors.
Flourishing for Life!
Through the ages and stages of life, the tools we need to flourish change. Drop in for one or all of these brief presentations and discussions on strategies for creating environments for flourishing.
Wednesday, Sept. 18
The Inquisitive Child:
Director of Mayflower Preschool
Lynn Barger Elliott
Wednesday, Sept. 25
The Overscheduled Child: Equipping or
Parent, former Teacher at EGRPS Lakeside Elementary, and current Literacy Coach
Wednesday, Oct. 2
The Teenage Tango:
What’s the Right
Amount of Freedom?
Parent, Therapist, and former EGRPS Social Worker
Wednesday, Oct. 9
The Empty Nest:
Mary Bennett, LCSW
Wednesday, Oct. 16
Your Last Decade: Preparing
Community Coordinator at Making Choices Michigan
Bible Study Groups
Mayflower Church offers several opportunities for Bible study and spiritual growth:
- Men’s Bible Study (7:30-8:30am)
- Women’s Bible Study (9:30-10:30am)
- Businessmen’s Bible Study (5:00-6:15pm)
- Women’s Bible Study (5:00-6:30pm)
- High School Youth Breakfast Club (6:30-7:30am)
- Retired Men’s Bible Study (10:30-11:30am)
- Women’s Bible Study (10:00-11:00am)
- Men’s Bible Study (7:00-8:00am)