We believe that faith goes deeper than just listening to a talk on Sunday morning. From Women’s Groups, to Bible Studies, to “Beer, Books and Banter”, we have something for everyone to explore what faith means in the journey of life.
 

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Small Groups

The Wednesday Morning Ladies Group, are 15 ladies (not all from our church), who meet in the Common Room at 170 Trillium Way, beginning September 13th, from 10am to 11:30am. We are prayer warriors who meet for fellowship, to study God’s Word and pray together. This group began about 40 years ago meeting around dining room tables in Members homes. For the next 9 weeks we will be studying, ‘Jesus Our Joy’ using a study guide on the book of Philippians. We have four of us who take turns leading the lessons. Twice a year we meet at Audrey Sherbino’s home for a special time of fellowship and yummy food! If you have any questions or someone would like to contact us, please feel free to email me at storms63@sympatico.ca or call 226-388-0120.

Contact:

Audrey Sherbino

asherbino@hotmail.com
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Men meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month this fall from 7pm - 8:30pm starting Oct 3rd. Guys are invited to come and discuss how life and faith go hand in hand. Just come and meet up at the Grand Bayou in Paris at 7pm. We have our conversations with our beverage of choice and the occasional side of nachos. The conversation is based on either a book we are reading together or a video series etc... New people are always welcome. Contact joel@parispresb.ca for more details.

Contact:

Joel Sherbino

joel@parispresb.ca
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Woman from various ages and stages in life come to discuss and learn how faith can impact our day to day living. Our discussions flows from either a book we are reading or a DVD we watch. We meet online.

Contact:

Audrey Sherbino

asherbino@hotmail.com
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The Ladies Book Club meets Monday mornings from 9:30am - 11ish, from Sept. 25 - Dec. 11 (no meeting Oct 9). The location is the Stone Room in the basement of the church. Please enter through either the Emily St. door or basement door off Grand River St. N. (no stairs if you enter through the basement door). This fall we are studying The Fruit of the Spirit by Thomas E. Trask and Wayde L Goodall. Participants order their own copy of the book (also available as an ebook). New members are welcome. If you want to check us out before ordering the book, please come just to listen and chat. Contact Karen k98cameron@gmail.com
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Meeting every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at the church.
Every last Thursday of the Month, people meet for a good meal & conversation. Come on out to join us!
Please add stay tuned for the dates of the next Alpha Course.

Contact:

Joel Sherbino

joel@parispresb.ca
*Aims and Purpose - “to further God’s Kingdom by giving time and effort in the work of our church” *Women’s Group raising money to support work within the church, community and missions. *Funds are raised through catered events, Rummage Sale, “Season’s Greeter Bazaar”. *Resources have furnished areas of the Church, Supported Missions locally and Internationally. * Noted Accomplishment - $10,000 Donation at Kick-off of Capital Campaign for “Build Project” in 2019. *Interested! Want more information….

Contact:

Darlene Edwards 519 865-5239

You may know most of the Bible stories and on top of that bible study may not be your favourite thing. Yet, Monday nights with Phil will bring new meaning to some of these familiar stories. You’ll be asked to read a few passages as preparation and as a group we will discover new insights. Take for instance king Solomon, who was the wisest king ever, yet he did things very much the opposite of what God expected of him and his deeds led to the division of the nation of Israel. Phil grew up a non-believer and became a Christian in his twenties. He had a career as an engineer and felt called to quit that and go to seminary. He is currently working on his PhD in Old Testament Biblical Studies. He will use the knowledge he gained from this to guide our group work. It’s not a problem if you miss a night, so check it out!

Contact:

Phil Haskell

phlatch@yahoo.ca
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This is a 'try out a small group' to see if it is something you want to get involved in. This group is for those that have questions about faith (no we don’t have the answers…! But together we will explore them and learn from the Bible and one another) No question is out of bounds. All while getting to meet new people. (Led by Elena & Aad)

Contact:

Elena Haskell

philandelena05@gmail.com
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We meet on Tuesdays at 7pm, September through June at the east end of Brantford (30 Hamilton Avenue). Bruce and Wanda Mann oversee most evenings but also enjoy others in the group taking lead and sharing. You will find that this is a casual, conversational group who love to study scripture or dig into certain topics. So far we have gone through the book of Ephesians, talked about having a purposeful marriage, and how to live our lives with integrity - all with the purpose of growing closer to Jesus and leading others to Him. Anyone is welcome! Please contact us if you are interested or have questions.

Contact:

Bruce & Wanda Mann

leah@parispresb.ca
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This group will begin on Tuesday, Oct 3rd. It will continue on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. The location is at 5 Catherine Street from 7pm - 8:30pm. The book we are going with this fall is: “God does his best work on empty” by Nancy Guthrie. BYOW (bring your own water bottle or glass of wine). For questions please contact rebecca@therawcarrot.com or shelleyprangley@yahoo.ca

Contact:

Shelley Prangley

shelleyprangley@yahoo.ca
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Every Thursday from September through the end of May, this group puts on a Kettle at 7:15 and begins a weekly time together in a home in Paris or Brantford. Studies may involve media (DVD, podcast, or book) or may be based on a specific topic. Studies are usually 8 weeks in length, and Keith and Dee take turns in leadership. This is a wonderful time of sharing with one another and learning more about how to live our lives the way Jesus teaches us to through the Bible.

Contact:

Deidre Pipher

deidrepipher@rogers.com
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This group meets every other week on Mondays in Brantford. Topic for discussion is: Fruit of the Spirit and how it works in our lives (personal testimonies weekly). Group is currently full but may have room for one more couple. Contact Don if interested.

Contact:

Don Craw

dscaw@yahoo.com
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