Fall Bible Studies and Small Groups

2017 Bible Studies and Small Groups

Small groups are the best way to strengthen a relationship within your church family and your own relationship with God. Every season, our church launches a whole new set of small group studies designed to get you plugged in to study, conversation, fellowship, and new friends. This is how we become disciples or followers of Christ–learning more about Him and how to follow Him! For more information, contact the church office, or [email protected]


Co-Ed–Heritage Room, 6pm

Creative Writing as a Spiritual Practice Workshop: Spiritual practices are activities and postures that will deepen our relationship with God.  Join us on September 11, 18, and 25 to learn about and practice creative writing as a way to connect with God.  For more information, email Amber Lea Gray, [email protected]


Five Means of Grace: Experience God’s Love the Wesleyan Way: Over the course of 6 weeks we are going to explore the 5 different ways John Wesley identified as avenues to experience God’s grace.  We will meet beginning October 9.  Cost for the book is $10.  For more information, contact Amber Lea Gray, [email protected]



9792288Men’s Bible Study–Conference Room 7:30am, currently meeting
Join men of all ages as we study the practical application of God’s Word in our daily  lives.  Contact Erik Olson, [email protected] for more information.

Women’s Bible Studies–beginning September 12
Activities Center Parlor,  9:30am

Join this group of ladies as they explore the seven I AM statements of Jesus found in the gospel of John. This interactive, in-depth study will help you to gain a better understanding of how Jesus’ words 2,000 years ago are applicable to the answers we are searching for today.

Contact Sandra Dixon, [email protected] for more information.


Conference Room,   10am

Join these women of all ages as they begin with a six week study based on the book “When God’s Spirit Moves” by Jim Cymbala. What happens when the Holy Spirit moves powerfully within a church? Through this six-session study you will learn how:

  • To make room for the Spirit’s action in your life and in your church
  • God wants to work through your gifts and talents to enable you to do what only he can do
  • To listen for the voice of the Spirit in prayer and how to apply God’s Word to your life
  • The Spirit can bring healing to your body, your emotions, and your relationships; how a life lived in the presence of the Spirit can transform the church and the world


Young Women’s Study–Moms On A Mission (MOMS)–beginning September 8
Room 217,   9:45am

You are invited to join this group of MOMS as we become better Christians and better stewards of God for our children, our families, and our society so that HIS LIGHT might shine through us.

For more information, contact Mary Lane Fantigrossi, [email protected]



Co-ed Study–beginning October 8
Conference Room, 5pm-6pm

Wesleyan Christianity is a passionate and engaged faith tradition that seeks to love and serve all people in Jesus’ name.  This study aims to engage Christians in a deeper exploration of the historic and dynamic Wesleyan tradition, so they can grow in faith, live their faith and share their faith with others.

For more information, contact Bruce Donnelly, [email protected]