Communities & Small Groups

Our communities and small groups are organized to facilitate discipleship, to encourage believers to take next steps of growth as followers of Jesus Christ. Studies change often so be sure to check back for a current list.  

  • Uniquely Wired

    God has uniquely wired us to serve Him. In this class, we will explore our uniqueness in Christ and get plugged in to His plan for us and how He will use us for His GLORY!

  • Dive Deep: Studying the Book of Daniel

    Join us as we dive deep into the book of Daniel.
    This small group is designed to reach young adult men and women.

  • Bible Study Fellowship (Women)

    Mondays, 6:00-7:30 pm, Beginning September 14

    Bible Study Fellowship is an international, nondenominational organization. Women around the world have found peace, comfort, hope, security and answers to life's big questions in God's Word. Each meeting includes video teaching and small-group discussion. Class members spend time in personal Bible study during the week. This year’s study is entitled “Beginnings: A Study of Genesis.” 

  • Joy in the Morning (Women)

    Wednesdays, 9:00-11:00 am — Beginning September 9

    Through the study of Chasing Vines by Beth Moore, we will explore the ways God delights in watching things grow―and how the vineyard holds the secret to how we can have a more abundant and meaningful life. As she traces the metaphor through Scripture, Beth takes you on 6-session spiritual journey and uncovers how every part of our own lives―even the rockiest, most difficult soil―is used by God to make a difference for His Kingdom. 

  • Fire by Night

    Mondays, 6:00-7:30 pm — Beginning September 21

    Redeemed by Amy Dunham: This 6 session study on the book of Ruth is the account of an ordinary girl who moves to an ordinary place to live among ordinary people. But God is graciously working to do extraordinary things through her. Redeemed explores Ruth's story as God brings her into His family, places her in the line of Christ, and paints a beautiful portrait of His big redemption planone in which famine leads to faith and foreigners become family.