Small Groups for Adults
We believe that learning is a lifelong process, so we offer many ways for adults to continue learning, growing, and serving God through our family of faith. As a nurturing family of caring believers, we walk alongside each other and encourage one another to follow Christ as we do life together. Through small groups on Sunday mornings and various classes on Wednesday nights, our adults experience the love of God, while building lifelong relationships centered on love, care, and respect.
Opportunities on Sunday Morning
Small groups for adults of all ages are offered on Sunday mornings from 10:00 – 10:45 a.m. Come a little early and grab a free donut and coffee! Most groups meet in the classrooms around our gym. You can find them by going through the doors marked “Family Life Center” toward the back of the parking lot.
Our groups use a variety of curriculums and
Adults gather for prayer, discussion-oriented studies based on the lectionary, fellowship, and shared community.
Adults gather for class and fellowship. They rotate teachers and topics to get fresh perspectives.
Adults meet for biblically-based reflection and conversation centered around the Revised Common Lectionary.
All Things Considered
Older adults meet for fellowship and study They are currently doing a study on the book of Matthew.
Confused about Christianity? So are we. Specifically for college aged young adults, this group asks questions without
Older adult women meet for fellowship and study using Smyth & Helwys Formations Bible Study guides.
Older adults meet for a class that rotates curriculum and discussion topics, allowing for casual and deep conversation.
Opportunities On Wednesday
In addition to Sunday mornings we also have several short-term classes on Wednesday nights after dinner. Dinner starts at 5:30 with a suggested donation of $5 per person. Classes for all ages start at 6:15. Here is the class for September.
God, Evil, and Suffering
Why do bad things happen to good people? Why do bad things happen at all? If prayer matters, why doesn’t anything happen sometimes? We’ll consider these and other questions in this five week class exploring the concepts of evil and suffering and what they say about God’s relationship with us.
Taught by Pastor William and Jackson Hadaway
Parables is Four D
This class reveals the multitude of meanings in the narrative parables of Jesus. Participants will be given tools to read from behind, within, in front of, and above the text. Parables will be read as treasure chests in which each person can find the jewels that they value the most at this point in their journey.
Taught by Bob Fox