Learning + Obeying in Community

God designed us to be in community with one another in the body of Christ.  Through discipling relationships, we walk alongside each other to encourage, equip and challenge one another to grow toward maturity in Christ.  Check out the inside of this brochure to find descriptions of the Small Groups we are offering this Winter/Spring Season.

We are offering a variety of groups throughout the week so check out the following option and sign up!


9:00 AM | Help is Here by Max Lucado

Led by Carlotta Wessels (Mixed)

Are you drowning in questions you can’t answer and problems you can’t solve? Grab on to the life-saving strength of the Holy Spirit! This study will remind you that limitations don’t define you, but will reveal how the Holy Spirit can empower you with fresh strength and purpose.


6:00 AM | That the World May Know

Led by Ed Kennon (Men)

Join renowned teacher and historian Ray Vander Laan as he guides you through the lands of the Bible. In each lesson, Vander Laan illuminates the historical, geographical, and cultural context of the sacred Scriptures. Filmed on location in the Middle East, this series will transform your understanding of God and challenge you to be a true follower of Jesus.

7:15 AM | Discovery Bible Study

Led by Tommy Artmann (Men)

Come discover God’s Word and how you can apply it to your life and begin sharing it with others.  Various Bible passages will be studied.


6:15 PM | The Psalms: Not Just A Box of Legos

Led by Anna & Paul McEwen (Mixed)

The Psalms are among the oldest poems in the world. Jesus would have known them inside and out and understood his identity and purpose within the context of their powerful and passionate expressions. Join us as we ponder how devout Jews in the late first century BC might have heard, read, sung, and prayed the Psalms. Our goal is to discover the complex and beautiful story that is divinely woven throughout this book of poetry.

6:15 PM | Theological Topics Through the Lens of Scripture and Church History

Led by Andrew Wenzler (Mixed)

A few main theological topics will be covered including:  What does the Bible say about itself? What is the Trinity? What is the Church? What is baptism and the Lord’s Supper? What is justification and how does it come about? What is the Work of the Holy Spirit in the believer’s life? Each study will have a short lecture/teaching time, with a discussion time that follows.

6:15 PM | Parenting Study

Led by Sheri Hooven (Mixed)

If you’re looking for practical help, sympathetic insight and hope for raising a spiritually and emotionally healthy child, join us this semester as we walk through the most important job we’ll ever have-PARENTING! All ages and stages of parenting are welcome to join us.

6:15 PM | Jesus and Women by Kristi McLelland

Led by Jenny Johnson (Women)

Imagine walking the dusty roads of Galilee with Jesus of Nazareth—braving jostling crowds just to touch the edge of His cloak and hear Him say, “Take heart, daughter, your faith has healed you.” Those words, once meant to comfort a hurting woman’s soul thousands of years ago, were also meant for you.  Through this study you will be transported back to Jesus’ world, stepping into the footsteps of the women who came face to face with the living God.

6:15 PM | Discovery Bible Study

Led by Jody Hooven (Men)

Come discover God’s Word and how you can apply it to your life and begin sharing it with others.  Various Bible passages will be studied.

6:15 PM | Discovery Bible Study: The Whole Bible in A Year

Led by Amber Tolbert (Mixed)

Jen Wilkin writes: “It has been said that we become what we behold. I believe there is nothing more transformative to our lives than beholding God in his word.” In 2023, this group will read through the Old & New Testaments in a year, reading 2-3 chapters of the OT every day & 1 chapter of the NT every day. We will meet weekly on Wednesday nights for accountability & simple discussion using the Discovery Bible Study method. Come behold the beauty of God through his word.

6:15 PM | The Surprising Value of Knowing Christ by Beth and Melissa Moore

Susan Seng & Danielle Peterson (Women)

Through this study of Philippians, you will discover what Paul magnificently called, The Surpassing Value of Knowing Christ.  From the moment he was introduced to Jesus by name in a blinding flash of light to his final days, he relentlessly pursued Christ and preached the gospel entrusted to him. Paul’s fervor could not be starved, smothered nor drowned.

6:15 PM | Wonderstruck: Awaken to the Nearness of God

Nancy Thomas & Terry Pritchett (Women)

Wonderstruck will help you look at how to renew a passion for God, discover extraordinary moments on ordinary days, lay hold of peace in knowing you’re wildly loved, recognize the presence of God amid your routine and awaken to the wonder of friendship, prayer, and forgiveness.

6:15 PM | Abide by Jen Wilkin

Amy Howser & Sheri Cain (Women)

How can we hold onto assurance of our faith? How can we discern the truth from a lie? How can we know God loves us? In these three short letters, the apostle John reminds an early church facing division, deception, and doubt to hold fast to what they know and to live like they believe it. And he reminds us that these words are true for us to live by today.

6:30 PM | Culture Shock by Chip Ingram

Rick Graham (Mixed)

Where do you stand on issues like: Truth, Sex, Homosexuality, Abortion, the Environment, and the Church and Politics? More importantly, what does God say? More than ever before, believers must develop convictions based on research, reason, and biblical truth. But it doesn’t stop there. It’s equally important that you’re able (and willing) to communicate these convictions with a love and respect that reflects God’s love. This series will help you learn how to respond with love, even in the face of controversy.


9:00 AM | Epic of Eden: Psalms by Sandra Richter

Led by Paula Artmann (Women)

The key messages of this study include: what the Book of Psalms is (the hymnbook of ancient Israel), how it was utilized in Israelite worship (the various “forms” of the Psalms), and why the Book of Psalms remains critical to our devotional lives today. Sandra also dives into the concrete realities of Israelite worship (the tabernacle, temple, priesthood, and sacrifice) as well as Israel’s theology of worship wrapped up in their theocratic world view.

10:00 AM | Entrusted: A Study of 2 Timothy by Beth Moore

Led by Amy Dyer (Women - Meeting Virtually)

In this Bible study, you will be encouraged to guard what God has entrusted to you, further His kingdom by sharing Christ with others, and pour into future generations just as Paul once mentored Timothy.  In this journey of joy and hardship, it’s important to remember that we need each other to stay the course and live lives of faithfulness.


10:30 AM | Seeking a Heart Like His by Beth Moore

Led by Laurie Reynier (Women)

God will never give up on you. Through this study you will explore how David’s life proves this promise to be true.  As you examine a “man after God’s own heart,” you’ll want to be just like him at times and nothing like him at others.


MONDAY | 9:30 AM

Led by Susan Miller (Mixed)


Led by Jimmy Aycock (Mixed)

SUNDAY (1st and 3rd) | 6:00 PM

Prodigal Prayer Group


Sunday Group

9:30 AM | Mixed Group

Room 201 | Led by Connor and Misty Hopkins | [email protected]

Sunday School Classes | 9:30 AM

The Vine & The Branches

Mixed Group

Room 208 | Led by Robert & Wendy Brandon

Seekers of Light

Mixed Group

Room 204 | Led by Steve Hendricks

Joyful Searchers

Mixed Group

Room 210 | Led by Danny Lancaster | [email protected]

The Wesley Class

Mixed Group ALL AGES

Room 205 | Led by Barry Dodd | [email protected]

The Living in Grace Class

Mixed Group

Room 207 | Led by Steve Dearwent & Robert Hardesty | [email protected]

The Believers Class

Mixed Group, 30's & 40's

Room 200 | Led by Jamie Aughtman | [email protected]