Adult Ministry Opportunities

Please scroll down to find more information about Adult Ministry activities at FRC.


Fall 2018 Offerings:

RCA General Synod Review:

Pastors Steve Breen & Travis Else;

September 9 in the Chapel


The Me I Want Want to Be:

Four-week John Ortberg book study with Rev. Aaron Baart

Sept. 16 & 30, October 7 & 21 in the Fireside Room


FRC State of the Church:

Administrative Consistory ministry highlights, update, and Q&A

Sept. 23 in the Fireside Room


Discipleship and Your Health:

Four-week study led by Kara & Jon DeGroot

October 28, November 4, 11, and 18 in the Fireside Room


Church Between Borders:

Two-week study on immigration led by Adam Adams

December 9 & 16 in the Fireside Room


Adult Discipleship Hour

Adult Discipleship classes are held from 11-11:45 AM Sunday Morning after coffee hour. Adult Education classes typically follow a two-semester format, with new classes beginning in September and January and all classes concluding in May. Topics for classes vary each semester depending on the topics chosen by the adult facilitators of each class.


Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)

MOPS is a group of mothers of preschoolers and their children. MOPS is coordinated by the participating mothers, offering a Christian atmosphere where specific and significant needs of today's preschool mothers are met. The mother meet in small groups where women interact, encourage and learn from one another. It also provides a comfortable setting to become personally aquatinted with Jesus Christ. 

Prison Ministry

The first Tuesday of every month a group of adults worship with men who are housed in the Mike Durfee State Prison and attend The Living Stone Prison Church. The all-male congregation is led in worship by Pastor Jason Wiersma. We leave from church at 4:15 PM, returning by 11:00 PM. In order to attend worship, two forms (Prison Waiver Form; Access Approval Form) need to be filled out and returned to the church office for processing. The dates for worship are published in the Focus.

Care Quilters

Care Quilters are women who enjoy quilt making who get together every Monday during the school year at 1:00 PM in the Fireside Room. They set up tables for stretching and tying the quilts, while other women sew the cut pieces together and hem the quilts that have been tied. They enjoy the sewing time, as well as a coffee break with homemade goodies! Quilts have been donated to the Sioux Center Community Hospital, the Veterans Hospital in Sioux Falls; a mission in Cary, Mississippi; union Gospel Mission in Sioux City; Lighthouse Church in Des Moines, the Red Cross and many other places around the country. The ladies say they seldom see any of the quilts once they leave the church, but their joy in making them and sending them out to warm and bless others. 

Prayer Shawl Ministry





Prayer Shawl Ministry gives comfort and hope to hurting people through the gift of a hand knit or crocheted prayer shawl. As the shawl is stitched, the person making the shawl prays for the intended recipient. After completion the shawl is lovingly presented to someone in need, along with a note expressing love and concern and explaining that they are being lifted up in prayer. You may participate in this ministry by: knitting or crocheting a shawl, donating yarn and other materials, delivering materials to crafters or completed shawls to recipients or praying for the recipients. 

Daily Office Lectionary

Looking for a way to get into the word each day? Follow along with others by using this Daily Office Lectionary website, which offers a list of daily readings from many different Bible passages.