There are many small groups that meet throughout the week including bible studies, accountability groups, circles, Sunday school classes, and Emmaus reunion groups. Contact a pastor or the church office to get connected to a small group.
Our current selection of Life Groups (beginning September 2016):
Entrusted - A Study of 2nd Timothy:
“We were never meant to take this journey of faith alone. God has entrusted us with a great and mighty gift of the gospel, something too precious and life-giving to keep to ourselves.” In this 6-week session, author Beth Moore will encourage you to support other believers in Christ, discover why mentoring is a pivotal part of the faith journey, increase your effectiveness as a Christian, and guide you to a richer, more fulfilling relationship with Christ.
Debbie Carmichael is your leader for this study. This group will meet in the Allred Classroom from 6:15-7:15pm. Registration is required. Contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Pastor’s Bible Study:
Pastor John will be the leader. The topic will be decided by those in attendance on the first evening and the fun will continue throughout the fall. Participants should bring a Bible, an inquisitive mind, and an open heart. This group will meet in the Wesley Classroom from 6:30-7:30pm. Registration is not required.
God and Caesar: Exploring Politics and Faith
During a polarizing election, what does a Christian have to say about politics? These sessions are NOT about which candidates or which policies are best (or least evil), but about how a biblical perspective on politics can help us navigate the stormy seas of this season with Christian grace and radical obedience to God. Join us as we explore developing a Christian perspective on politics.
Chris Franks will be your leader for this most interesting discussion. The group will meet in the Hays Classroom from 6:30-7:30pm on Wednesdays for five sessions. Register by calling Chris Franks at 336-887-8996.
Wednesday Afternoon Study Group:
Have you ever made a wrong choice or taken a wrong turn and found yourself headed in the wrong direction? We’ve all made choices that have taken us further away from our hopes, dreams, and our Savior. So did the early church. In Romans, Paul reviews the wrong turns the church was making and shows us the one solution to our spiritual wandering – Jesus Christ. Join us for a time of discussion, reflection, history, and journaling as we explore God’s word for us in Romans.
Pastor Debra will be your leader for this study. The group will meet in the Hays Classroom from 2:00-3:00pm on Wednesdays. No registration is required. Participants will need a Bible and a small notebook for journaling.