Sunday Morning Community Groups
 
Community Groups meet on Sundays at 10:00 AM. There is a group for everyone!
 

MULTIGENERATIONAL ADULT STUDIES

 
- WOMEN ON THE WAY -
EDUCATION WING, LIBRARY
Hinds Feet on High Places, by Hannah Hubbard, is a beautiful allegory about the yearning of God’s children
to be led to new heights of love, joy and victory. This study is designed to encourage and support women.
 
- ENGAGING THE SCRIPTURES -
FELLOWSHIP CENTER
In this newly-formed class, you can dive into the scriptures and relate them to daily life as a person of faith.
Ask questions of the text and each other in honest dialogue about what the Bible says to us today.
 
- MERE CHRISTIANS WALKING TOGETHER -
EDUCATION WING, PARLOR
This newly-combined group will jump into the study Seamless: Understand the Bible As One Complete Story in early 2017.
The entire Bible is a vast library, written by 40 authors over 1,600 years.
The amazing thing is those 66 books tell one seamless story about the God who made us, loves us, redeems us, and has a future for us. This study covers the people, places, and promises of the Bible, tying them together into the greater story of Scripture. 
 

OLDER ADULT STUDIES

 
- THE MARTHA EURY CLASS -
EDUCATION WING, ROOM 8
This group dives into some of the more challenging studies, asking questions of faith while applying it to daily life.
 
- THE KATHRYN QUICK CLASS -
EDUCATION WING, ROOM 13
Journey through the Adult Bible Study Series exploring Creation: The Divine Cycle and God Loves Us
using the Winter and Spring 2017 Adult Bible Study Series.
 
- THE WESLEY MCEACHERN CLASS -
EDUCATION WING, ROOM 16A
Older adults are challenged to grow in their knowledge of God's Sovereignty using the
Winter and Spring 2017 Adult Bible Study Series, which focuses on Creation: The Divine Cycle and God Loves Us.
 
- ALPHA OMEGA -
HISTORIC BUILDING, ROOM 3
Experience and explore the Creation: The Divine Cycle and God Loves Us 
using the Winter and Spring 2017 Adult Bible Study Series with this small group of caring individuals.