There are many group opportunities within the life of Pine Shores for people of all ages and interests. We invite you to look through our offerings and select what speaks most to you. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at the church office, (941)922-1597.
Fellowship Groups at Pine Shores
Monday Morning Meditation is a weekly meditation offering for those seeking a quiet space for reflection and prayer. https://pineshorespres.org/congregational-life/sanctuary-house/.
JOY Company is an afterschool program focuses on Bible study, crafts and music for children K-5th grade which meets Wednesdays from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Please visit: https://pineshorespres.org/pine-shores-youth/joy-company/
Intercessory Prayer Group meets every Thursday morning, 10:00 a.m. in the Administration building. You don’t have to pray out loud. If you believe God hears our prayers please join us each week to pray.
EntryPoints is an initiative of Pine Shores to provide avenues for people to build relationships through worship, fellowship, discipleship, and service. EntryPoints provides opportunities for Baby Boomers to connect with one another through fun and meaningful environments. EntryPoints creates ways for people to connect through activities in the church and community, as well as exploring ways to travel together. To learn more about the scheduled events, mission trips and discipleship offerings please visit our website at www.pineshorespres.org. You may also reach out to EntryPoints Coordinator Devon Bessier Andrews, Devon@pineshorespres.org. https://pineshorespres.org/congregational-life/entrypoints/
In-Betweeners is a social and mission oriented group of “young at heart” older adults ranging in age from 60’s-90’s. This group gathers October – April.
Presbyterian Women is available to all women of the church for a monthly circle with Bible study (3rd Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday during the day or evening) plus a monthly gathering for lunch and program on the 4th Tuesday of the month.
Faith in Fiction is a book review group who meets monthly. This group meets on the second Monday of the month, They will meet on April 8 at 3 PM in the Administration building. We welcome readers to participate in our discussion of the novel “Small Great Things” by Jody Picoult. An African American labor/delivery nurse is directed by the hospital not to touch a white infant at the request of the white supremacist parents, but when the newborn goes into cardiac distress, does she obey orders or does she intervene.
May Book: “Cold Sassy Tree” by Olive Burns
June Book: “Any Bitter Thing” by Monica Wood
Please call the church office for details.
Men’s Breakfast meets the first Wednesday of the month at 8:00 a.m. in the Community Center from September through May.
Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts of Troop 50 and Pack 50 meet at the Scout House on Monday and Tuesday evenings respectively.