We have many opportunities for Adults to be more involved in the church, from adult education classes to Men’s and Women’s Study groups and Fellowship opportunities.

All adults are welcome to join in the activities.  Click on the sub-menus to the right for more Adult Ministry programs.

 Small Group Bible Study

Occasional small groups organized by congregation members.

If you would like to know if a small group Bible Study is currently meeting, please check with the church office at 814-238-2422.

Parents of Little Ones ~POLO (parents with children under age 6)

POLO is a fellowship group for parents with young children (at least one child under the age of 6).  We gather monthly on the first Tuesday during the program year (October- May) for dinner out at a nearby restaurant, and for a potluck bbq during the summer months with  “POLO in the Park”.  There are also monthly “moms only” and “dads only” activities.  Periodic retreats are also held.  If you are a parent of a little one(s) and are seeking fellowship opportunities with other parents of little ones, this is the program for you!

Click here to go directly to the POLO Page or on the “Fellowship” sub-menu on the right for more information about Fellowship programs.

Contact Pastor Mike Ozaki (951-532-5105) with any questions.

Young at Heart (adults 55+)

Young at Heart is a fellowship group for persons age 55 and older.  The group meets monthly, usually on the 2nd Friday of the month, for a pot-luck dinner followed by a program.  All who are “young at heart” are invited.  Just bring a covered dish and your own table service and enjoy an evening of fellowship.  It is a great way to meet other church members and make new friends.

Contact Linda Morrow (814-237-5858), George Pedlow (814-574-7645) or the church office, 814-238-2422.

Dinner at Centre House

The second Friday of every month 2-3 volunteers are needed to prepare dinner and join in fellowship at Centre House, one of the local shelters that SCPC supports.  Many have experienced the rewards of spending four hours, 4:30 to 8:30 pm with people staying at Centre House.  Volunteers bring the ingredients for a dinner and prepare the meal with two of the Centre House residents, then sit and share the meal with all the residents.  Another group of residents cleans up while you share the rest of the time in fellowship conversing with the residents.  Please consider gathering a few folks together to participate in this meaningful outreach experience.

Contact Mike Cullin (571-9157)