Adult Ministries

Support Group For Moms

Thursday's 9:30-10:30a

through May 28

Support, relationship, education, and mental health tips.  

This group is offered by the Postpartum Support Center Of Holland and is led by

therapist Remi Schloff, LMSW.  

This is held at Harderwyk Ministries in the lower level of the red brick building.  For questions, please contact the Postpartum Support Center of Holland, 616-617-1188.

Women's kickboxing class

Thursday's, 7-8p

This class is for women and is FREE!  

Grab your yoga mat and a friend and join Carrie Postma for a kickboxing class that is for all activity levels.  This class meets each week in the Great Room of the red brick building.  There is always room for more.  Come check it out!  For more details about classes, check out our Facebook page at Harderwyk Cardio Kickboxing.

women's ministry

Bible Study

Mondays, 9:30-11:00a

Daniel by Beth Moore

A 12-Session Study

The prophet Daniel faced unbelievable pressures—to compromise his faith, to live in a hostile culture, and to confront temptations and threats. Today, believers face many of the same trials. This study examines how believers can develop integrity in our modern-day Babylon, and then explores prophecies from the time of Daniel through the second coming of Christ.

This class meets each Monday in the lower level of the red brick building, room 1.  

All women are welcome to join!  Childcare is provided.

men's ministry

January 27, Monday's, 6:30a

Russ' Northside

All men are welcome!  We meet at 6:30a on the 2nd and 4th Monday

of the month.  Join us for breakfast and a Proverbs study with Pastor Bill Lindner.

Other Opportunities For Men

If the Monday Morning Bible Study doesn't fit within your schedule, please contact Zach Backstrom for details on an evening Bible Study/ Service Project/ Hang-Outs with other men of Harderwyk.  

All men are welcome!

Discover Class

Wednesday January 29, 6:00-7:30p or

Sunday, May 17, 12:00-1:30

If you are interested in learning more about Harderwyk or becoming a member of Harderwyk, we invite you to  join us.  Please contact Dee or visit our website/ signup to sign up. 



Community Night classeS

Women's Ministry Bible Study

January 22, Wednesdays, 6:05p

The Road Back To You

An Enneagram Guide to Self Discovery

Want to go deeper into the Enneagram? Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile have created a content-rich companion to their book The Road Back to You. For those who don't yet know their number, it will offer further opportunity to explore the numbers, and for those who already do, it offers an opportunity to reflect on implications for growth. This guide will help you to grow in knowledge of yourself, compassion for others, and love for God.  This class will meet in room 21 in

the lower level of the red brick building.   

There is also a Monday Bible Study opportunity for women.  More details here.

Discover Class

Wednesday, January 29, 6:00-7;30 or

Sunday, May 17, 12:00-1:30

If you are interested in learning more about Harderwyk or becoming a member of Harderwyk, we invite you to  join us.  Please contact Dee or visit our website/ signup to sign up.    Classes will be held in the lower level of the red brick building. 

Small gRoup Sunday

February 9

Sunday, 5:00-7:00p

On the 2nd Sunday evening of each month (see dates below - there are some exceptions due to special events) we offer an opportunity for small groups to meet.  The night begins with a potluck supper at 5:00 and is followed by small groups breaking outs.  

This year we are offering an opportunity for new small groups to form.  If you have been looking for a small group opportunity this might be a good fit for you to meet with others also looking for a small group.  The following studies will be offered:

The Resolving Everyday Conflict small group Bible study is an eight-week DVD and discussion study with workbook and 30 minutes of preparation/reflection time between sessions that unpacks the amazing things the Bible has to say about conflict and relationships in a fun and non-threatening way. Facilitated by Pastor Bill Lindner and limited to 10 participants in this group. Would consider starting additional small groups at different times as well.   Here is a video link with more information.  

Engage is a new kind of small group Bible study for Christians of all shapes, states and sizes that combines a provocative Bible study, group interaction and spiritual formation. After an intro session, there will be 6 study/interactions on different encounters with Jesus in the Gospels. Material was Developed by Bill Senyard - developer of the Forgiving Path - and will be led by Pastor Darwin Glassford.   For questions on this small group study, please contact Pastor Darwin.

Dates are as follows:

January 12

February 9

March 8

April 19

May 17

Creation Care

Wednesday, FEBRUARY 12, 4:00-5:00P

Creation Care: Why Should We Care?

Some of us are convinced about the importance of creation care but wonder how to communicate that well to skeptical family and friends. Others of us are those skeptical family and friends, who question whether this is really biblical, or simply part of a political agenda. Still others of us are sympathetic, but think that there are too many other pressing issues that need attention right now. This talk will place creation care in the context of the whole biblical story, and will explore some often overlooked scriptural texts that will give us clear principles for creation care now, and will help us to see that caring well for God’s good creation has always been intrinsic to what it means to be the faithful people of God.  

Presenter: Suzanne McDonald, Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology

Class will meet in the lower level of the red brick building, room 21

Book Club

Monday, February 17, 4p

New Members Always Welcome!

Book Club meets in the library in the red brick building at 4:00p.  Click here for a complete list of books and book club meeting dates.  Join is when you can!

Holy Saturday

Insights from a Neglected Day in Holy Week

Wednesday, March 25, 6:00-7:30p

In our journey through Holy Week, we often mark Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, but what about Holy Saturday? Some Christian traditions hold a vigil that anticipates the joy of the resurrection, and there are several interpretations of the meaning of the day in relation to Jesus and his saving work. But what might that first Holy Saturday have been like for the followers of Jesus? This lecture will focus mainly on what we can discern about how they experienced this day between cross and resurrection, and what we might learn from that for our own faith and discipleship.

Presenter: Rev. Dr. Suzanne McDonald, Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology.  

This class will meet in the red brick building, lower level room 20