The Adults Ministry provides multiple opportunities for community, learning, spiritual growth, and serving for those in their mid-30s and up. Whether you are single, married, or have kids of any age, there are many ways for you to connect with others, develop your relationship with God, and make an impact in the world.
Joining an adult class is a great way to build intergenerational relationships, hear transformative teaching, and discuss important topics. There are two types of classes that we offer: our ongoing Big Sunday Classes and short-term Growth Classes.
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Would you rate your marriage a 2 or a 10? Maybe even a 0? You are not alone. Whether your marriage needs to be reignited, or is in need of a complete resurrection, Re|Engage is a safe place for couples to reconnect.
Ascent is at the core of our Men’s Ministry, where we learn how to become the leader that God has called us to be in our homes, workplaces, and communities.
Every Tuesday, from 7–8 am on Zoom, men of all ages and from all around Dallas gather to study and grow together in round table groups. You’ll leave inspired and encouraged while still making it to the office on time.
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Anchor is an intergenerational gathering of women that seeks to be anchored in God’s truth and in relationship with one another in order to live out God’s call in the world. We desire to dig deep, anchoring our minds, hearts, and souls to God while walking alongside one another. Join us in September when Anchor resumes!
Summer Morning Bible Study –The Psalms
Wednesdays, June 2–30 (not meeting June 23 due to VBS)
Room A – Hunt Center
Summer Evening Bible Study –The Psalms
Tuesdays in June on Zoom
June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Led by Pastoral Resident, Emily Scates
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Join us to study "Psalms: Prayers of the Heart" by Eugene Peterson.
Email: Erin Hicks if you have questions.
Come join a six-week Bible study at The Tradition on Lovers Lane as we study the Gospel of John.
This ministry helps our homebound members to stay connected with the community even though they are unable to physically attend church. Volunteers regularly visit homebound members throughout the year, and reserve elders are able to administer Communion. To learn more, contact Elaine Curtis at 214-525-4230.
Many of our adults serve the kids and students of Highland Park Pres, preparing the next generation to follow Christ for a life-time. From rocking babies on Sundays to being a confirmation mentor, you are needed!