Adult Ministry

Dundee Presbyterian Church strives to provide opportunities for you to learn and grow in your relationship with Christ! We offer Bible studies, volunteer opportunities, and workshops to help you in your walk with God.

Check out all that Dundee’s Adult Ministry has to offer with the options below.

Adult Bible Studies . . .

Mondays Women’s Bible Study: 7:30 am (Paradise Bakery in Regency)

Contact: Karen Kennedy: kennedyjorg@cox.net

Women’s Bible Study: 1 pm (Parlor) Contact: Julie Hertzler: hertzlerjulie@cox.net

Tuesdays Prayer Group 4:30 pm (Dundee) Contact: Julie Hertzler: hertzlerjulie@cox.net

Wednesdays Jim Eckman’s Bible Study: 1 pm (Dining Room) Contact: Anne Hall: hallaround@cox.net

Fridays

Women’s Bible Study: 6:30 am, Wheatfields (One Pacific Place) Contact: Judy Downey: jdowney1@mail.unomaha.edu

The third Friday of the month

Presbyterian Women: 9:30 am, Dining Room

Contact: Verla Hamilton: verlahamilton@cox.net

Saturdays Men’s Bible Study: 7:30 am, Dundee Church Parlor 6

Board Game Group: 10 am, Dundee Church Parlor Contact: Keith Holmes: kholmes@dpcomaha.org

Sundays Young Adults "Soup & Study: 6pm, Hicks' Home Contact: Nancy at tshicks@cox.net 6

Adult Sunday School . . .

All classes are taught at 10 am

Bible Delvers (Parlor) Leader: Pat Berton

Truthseekers (Chapel)

Women’s Study (Library) Leader: Ellen

Living Right (Room 315) Leader: Sheryl Thomas.

Crash Youth Study (Youth Room) Leader: Meredith Moellenbeck

Kids 10 am Sunday School class

Faith Community Nurses . . .

The mission of the Faith Community Nurses is to work with and through the Care and Wellness Committee to demonstrate God’s love by our acts of caring for the spiritual, emotional, social and physical health of our Dundee Church community.

Examples of Services Offered:

  • Hospital and home visits as coordinated with the pastors
  • Phone calls for medical explanation, consultation, and follow-up
  • Education on health, illness, and prevention through blood pressure and colon cancer screening, health fairs, presentations, bulletin boards and pamphlets, and other information
  • Provide or arrange for transportation to hospital or physician appointments for persons unable to find other means
  • Arrangement for medical equipment donations and loans
  • Provide resources as requested by congregation
  • Volunteer coordination
  • Advocacy for the faith community