Adult Ministries


While worship is the center of our life together as a congregation, the adult education and small group experiences are where people receive the teaching they need to grow in their faith in Jesus Christ, learn more about the Christian life, and become connected to others in our Reid Memorial community of faith. Our adult ministry focus is to nurture, support and encourage adults in their spiritual journey towards God through creative and structured programs of study and fellowship.

SUNDAY MORNINGS– 9:30 – 10:15 AM

Class meets in the fellowship hall


Women’s Ministries



Finding Joy in Life's Sticky Moments is a podcast coming from Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church in Augusta, Georgia hosted by Joy Maple. Joy sits down with women of the congregation to talk about how they've faced and overcome challenges - their sticky moments - and lays an inspiring path for those facing difficult situations to find joy in life's journey. 

Join us to explore inspirational stories from strong, faith-filled women. For the full experience video podcast, go to YouTube and subscribe there as well!


Solas Bible Study class: Tuesdays at 9:00am. Ongoing via Zoom led by Nadine. Currently studying Luminaries: 20 Lives that Illuminate the Christian Way.
Young Women of Faith:  Ongoing led by Anna Sanders. Wednesdays at 5:15pm in the Fellowship Hall  
Women’s small group Bible study: Donna Steiner is leading on the topic What Women Fear that Walking in Faith Transforms.

P.W.S.W (Presbyterian Women Supporting Women) 

When: 3rd Thursday evenings, 6:30 p.m. September - May

Where: Different members’ homes, June - August dinners held at restaurants for fellowship only

Leader: Various circle members, please contact Jamie Driver

Pres Women

Men’s Ministries

Bible Beaters:  Meeting on Zoom and in person at Augusta Country Club on Wednesday @ 7:00 am - lectionary scripture. 

Men’s Monday morning Bible Study:  Meeting virtually for Bible study, Mondays at 6:00 am with Woody Belangia leading.  


Senior Adult Ministries

Our ministry enables our over 55 year old members to extend their church family relationships and grow in their knowledge of God's plan.
Past gatherings have included spiritually enriching programs, day trips, local concerts, dinners and luncheons. You are invited to come join us and make some new friends or just enjoy some old friendships. Please remember that our senior adults are always encouraged to invite a guest to join them for our activities - the more, the merrier! 

Other Opportunities

Young Adult Couples at Reid: Social gatherings for couples at Reid

College/Young Adult Ministry: Mariah and Barry Jenkins continue to meet with a small group of young adults for Bible Study and fellowship every Monday night. Contact the Jenkins’ if you want to get involved in this minsitry.

Book Club


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Overview. Reid Memorial is a participating Stephen Ministry congregation. Stephen Ministers provide high quality, one-to-one, confidential, Christ centered lay care. Stephen Ministers are members of the Reid congregation who receive over 50 hours of training from Stephen Leaders and are commissioned by the congregation at the end of their training. They usually meet with their care receivers once a week for about an hour. Stephen Ministers additionally meet with their Supervision Group of other Stephen Ministers and Stephen Leaders every other month.

Confidentiality. This is one of the key elements of the strength of the program at Reid. Stephen Ministers may never reveal that they are in a caring relationship with anyone. Only our pastors and the Stephen Ministry Referrals Coordinator know who is assigned to an individual Stephen Minister. Even in the Supervision Group, no names are ever discussed. In over 15 years of experience with Stephen Ministry at Reid, there has never been a breach of confidentiality.

Care Receivers. These are adults who are going through the normal crises of life. This might include divorce, death of spouse, a serious or terminal illness, job loss, or any of the myriad of things that create stress in our lives. Stephen Ministers aren’t counselors. Rather, they provide a quiet ministry of presence and prayer. They are there reliably. Although most Care Receivers are members of Reid Memorial, our program is allowed to tithe by providing care for no more than about 10% of our Stephen Ministers.

The Role of the Pastors. Pastors are somewhat like firefighters. When our members experience a crisis, the pastors are normally there first. Stephen Ministers work under the supervision of the pastors for longer term care that can span several months. The Stephen Ministers are an important adjunct to our pastors to provide longer term lay care for our members and others going through tough times.

Who can I talk to about Stephen Ministry? If you have questions about Stephen Ministry, or would like to receive care from a Stephen Minister, you can talk to a pastor or our Referrals Coordinator. You can find more information on Stephen Ministry at: