Adult Programs | The Dover Church
Prayer, Study and Friendship
At the heart of our life together are relationships. People come to The Dover Church to meet new people and build lasting and meaningful friendships. We have a number of forums for finding your friendship place and are always evolving and adding new opportunties as our community grows and changes.
Prayer is a core component of living a spiritual life. But how do you do it? What do you say? How does it work? We have created a Little School of Prayer online for those who want to learn and those who want a daily companion
Have you ever wanted to explore who your Jesus is? What Jesus means or might mean for you?
This group is for women of all ages. Our meetings will be held on the third Monday of every month from 10:00-11:00AM. Relax and enjoy conversation with other women. The discussion will be led by members and will focus on everyday life and how to stay focused on the things that matter most (God, family, self-care, etc.).
Join us on Thursday afternoons at 3:00 PM on Zoom. Grab a cup of tea or coffee and your favorite afternoon snack and come check in with your church friends.
We have a group that has formed to go for a walk on Fridays at 9:00 AM. We have been having fun exploring the trails in and around Dover. We will continue to walk as long as the weather continues to allow us to do so. This group is open to anyone who would like to join us. Email Beth Benjamin, email@example.com, for more information.
We invite all of the men in our congregation to join us for breakfast! This group meets monthly to network and socialize. They also work on several community service projects during the year. We hope you will join us.
At the center of worship in our Christian tradition is the sermon, a time to reflect on where God’s Word intersects, informs, enriches and directs our lives. In the sermon our in-house theologian, our pastor, seeks to help people see themselves and their lives in the light of God’s love and command to love others.
We know how daunting it can be to come to a new church for the first time. All of us had a first time and we’re glad we dared. We hope you’ll be glad too. Here’s some of what you might like to know before walking up the front stairs.