We do not think there is a distinction in the bible between being a believer and being a follower. We do not believe you can "make a decision" without becoming a disciple.  The 4 C's describe every person who has put their faith in Christ. In Adult Ministries at Bible EFC, we seek to develop 4-C Disciples by helping every person connect, grow and serve.

Our mission is to honor God first in Eastern Monroe County and then throughout the world, by making disciples of Jesus Christ who are and are becoming CONVINCED by Him, CHANGED to be like Him, CALLED to His priorities, and COMMITTED to loving relationships. (Mark 12:28-33)


Our small group sign up is open through the month of August. We encourage you to reach out to Pastor Neil if you would like to learn more about small groups. We will do our best to help get you connected.  


Join us for the Annual Collision Class. We will meet all four Wednesdays in May from 6-7:30 PM.  Each year we talk through different subjects that are results of when the secular world collides with our faith. This year's topic was Biblical Justice: A Conversation about living as citizens of two kingdoms.


Join the church softball team. Deadline to join is May 11. You can use your own bats, but they must be approved prior to the season starting. The first game is June 1.  Join the BEFC Softball group to learn about practices and game info. 


Women are invited Dec 3, at 7 PM, for an evening of fellowship, food, worship and a guest speaker. Tickets are $3 a piece and sales will begin Nov 7. You can register in the foyer or online. 

This year's guest speaker is Judy Potter (aka Dr. Lottmann) was a General Surgeon in Sparta and Tomah for 30 years. She stopped doing surgery 10 years ago. She published a book about her experience as a rural surgeon in 2014. Since then, she has been a Medical Director for Tomah Hospice and last year completed her Master’s degree in Bioethics. She likes to read and write. She has been a member of Faith Evangelical Free Church in Sparta for 34 years and recently participated in the planning and executing of their 40th anniversary celebration. She is married to Keith Potter whose family has been in the cranberry industry for over 100 years. They have 6 grandchildren (with another on the way) and 4 great grandchildren.