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Men’s Breakfast Group

When: 8:00 am the second Saturday of the month Where: Lynnewood fellowship hall, across the courtyard from the church Lynnewood’s Men’s Group offers a monthly breakfast to all men of the community. The Men’s Group is always looking for ways to support the Lynnewood family,

Advent and Lenten Study

The seasons of Advent (4 weeks before Christmas) and Lent (6 weeks before Easter) are good times to add prayer and study to your devotional life. We offer special groups at these time, with materials often correlated with sermon topics. Pastor or lay led, these

Men’s Religious Study Group

When: 7:00 – 9:00 pm Mondays Where: Lynnewood youth room, clearly marked in the office building behind the church (4466 Black Ave, Suite C) This group is open to any man who desires to explore God and religion. The group jointly selects subjects to study from

Bible Study – Wednesday Morning

Wednesday Morning When: 10:00-11:30 am Wednesdays Where: Lynnewood office building, library Rev. Henry Kim leads a group discussion each Wednesday morning. We read the Bible text for the next Sunday and consider its meaning in the time it was written and for us today. We

Bible Study – Monday Night

When: 7:00 – 8:30 pm Mondays Where: Lynnewood choir room, in the Office wing. Lay led, this group studies a variety of books which deepen our understanding of the Bible and its relevance to our daily lives. We pace ourselves by how much discussion there

Bible Study – Sunday Morning

When: 9:00 am Sundays during the school year Where: Lynnewood office building, library Join a lively discussion every Sunday during the school year. Recently this group has read and compared the four Gospels. Differing views on the Bible are always welcome. Whether you have a

Dreams Group

When: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm the third Thursday of the month Where: Lynnewood office building, library Do you have an interest in exploring dreams? The group uses the Projective Method of Dream Work, and anyone interested in joining the group will need to have

Interfaith Awareness Group

Our Interfaith Awareness Group (IAG) meets to foster understanding among religions. We seek to learn by experiencing other faith traditions and meeting our neighbors who are different. To learn more about Interfaith Interconnect of the Tri-Valley, see their website and Facebook page.