Adult Ministry

The adult ministry exists to draw us together as Kingdom builders in our lives, our homes, our jobs, our community, and our church. We strive to be continually growing in our relationship with Christ through prayer, studying His word, fellowship and service. 

Community Bible Study: We are proud to host CBS here at Palm City Presbyterian. This nation-wide ministry that provides in-depth answers for adults, students, and children to crucial questions about life, God, the bible, & eternity. This ministry meets Thursday nights on-campus during the school year.  Contact Beth Welmaker at (772) 971-4229.

Men's Bible Study: Led by various leaders, this group of men meets Thursday mornings at 6:30 AM to study, share, and learn from the bible. Our new study begins September 6th and will be a detailed look at Paul's letter to the Romans. 

Women's Bible Study: This group of women meets Thursday mornings at 9:30 for singing, testimonials, bible study, and fellowship. They meet in Lower Langill Hall during the school year. This Autumn (2018) Sharon Coleman will be our teacher instructing us on the book of Ezra and Nehemiah. Beginning October 4. 

Adult Sunday School: Typically led by Dr. Klostreich, this group meets on Sunday mornings during the middle hour at 9:45 in Lower Langill Hall. This class discusses various themes such as Reformation History, the Doctrines of Grace, and Biblical Economics. Our new series begins September 2nd. Adult Sunday School: "What is Reformed Theology?"

Essential Tenets: Taught by Rev. Dr. David Mauldin, this Saturday morning class will cover the doctrinal statement of our own denomination; the Evangelical Covenant Order of Presbyterians. This new class begins January 8th at 10:00 AM in Lower Langill Hall. Adult Education: Essential Tenets Class

Classics of Christian Spirituality: A 10-week class (Summer 2018) on the writings of the Christian Faith including works by Athanasius, Jonathon Edwards, and Augustine. Register 

The Story In-Between: A 7-week class (Autumn 2018) focused on the Intertestamental Period or sometimes called the "500 Years of Silence". Casual Wednesdays