Wilderness Bible Study:
Mathew 18:20 “For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them.” NKJV
On the 3rd Saturday of every month we will be trekking into the wild, for the purpose of studying GOD's word while among one of His inspiring creations. These trips will typically be a few hours long and occasionally could be all day.
Upcoming: Wilderness Bible Study for June
Reschedules from the 3rd Saturday to the 5th Saturday, for June only
Saturday, June 29th, 2019 9:00 AM
With summer finally arriving, this will be one of the best Wilderness Bible Studies of the year! We will go to Pinecrest, then paddle across the lake (canoe/kayak/paddleboard/whatever), and then we will hike to Cleo’s Bath. Once there, we will eat lunch and study God’s word, before hiking back to our boats, and paddling back to civilization. Cleo’s bath is on the upper South fork of the Stanislaus river, and is one of the most impressive stretches of river in the area. There are smooth granite formed pools and waterfalls for miles. Swimming will depend on water levels, but is highly likely for those who wish to cool off. It is truly a spectacular place to study the Bible. The hike portion is mostly easy-to intermediate, with not much elevation change, and only 2 miles in. But, the last 1/4 mile is steep, technical, advanced hiking. We can arrange for carpools, and extra boats, and canoe space is available for those who don’t have their own. Bring lunch, your Bible, and appropriate clothes and gear. Plan on an whole day outing. It is suitable for kids, age determined by parental discretion.
For more information, contact Mike 209-743-7805, firstname.lastname@example.org, or sign up in the foyer.