Adult MINISTRIES

Riverside's Sunday school classes meet at 9:30 am Sunday mornings and follow an ABF (Adult Bible Fellowship) format. They include casual fellowship around coffee and snacks, group announcements, prayer and care time. Interactive Bible study is a core element at ABF meetings. Groups will also do periodic social activities and service projects. We encourage you to visit one of the ABF's where you can connect and grow with other believers.


The Hidden War

This study wrestles with the topic of Spiritual Warfare. Please talk to John Harland

for more information.


Forgotten God: Reversing our tragic neglect of the Holy Spirit

Has today's church forgotten the Holy Spirit? God put His Spirit in us so we could be

known for our power. Sadly, most believers and churches are known for talent and

intellect rather than supernatural power. What's worse is that we're okay with it. In

Forgotten God, author Francis Chan (through his book, study guide, and videos returns

us to the Holy Spirit as the Bible describes Him and invites us to understand, embrace

and follow the Holy Spirit's direction in our lives.


Maranatha

This class is open to all ages to meet for an in-depth study of the Bible. Description:

We are currently studying 1 Corinthians 12-16, focusing on spiritual gifts and how they

work in our church in the 21st century. We study the text of Scripture to understand

what it says so we can live our daily lives in its Light. What's your gift? Are you using

it? Let's find out together.


Unite

On the last Sunday every month, all ABF groups unite together in the sanctuary to

watch and openly discuss the topic. In this video blog series, U.S. Alliance President John

Stumbo unpacks issues God has been nurturing in his heart and mind. The blog is meant

to initiate fruitful dialogue on topics important to our growth as Jesus followers and to

our mission as a Christ-centered, Acts 1:8 family.


Deciding which ABF you want to connect and grow with? We welcome you to come this Sunday and experience one of them first-hand.