Adult Sunday School & Small Groups
Find friends who are genuine, a place to belong, and Biblical teaching/discussion to help you on your spiritual walk. For everyone's safety at this time, Sunday School and Small Groups are meeting outside of the church at times and in settings that are comfortable for them. To get connected with a group, please contact Pastor Steve.
Just like it sounds! All adults in the 20s/30s age bracket are invited, especially those embarking on new phases or new things (new careers, new engagements or marriages, new babies/children, etc.). We meet in room 204.
A Maze of Grace
A younger adult age group that relies on their faith, friendships, and family to navigate through the maze of life. We meet in room 203-205.
Come As You Are
"Come As You Are" is envisioned as a Sunday School class which uses a variety of media to encourage spiritual growth and accountability amidst the struggles we often face. We meet in room 200.
We are a group of adults who enjoy learning from each other. Our first venture together is studying books of the Bible , with class members offering insight and questions for discussion. This is a great group for anyone who thrives off of sharing in the faith journeys of others. We meet in room 202.
An adult class composed of all ages, this class provides friendly fellowship and welcomes informative study ranging from current events to discussion on Christian documentaries. We meet in room 214.
An active group of older couples and singles studying God's word in a variety of selected materials. Teachers/discussion leaders are volunteers from within the class. We meet in the Thackston Room.
We welcome those new to the church or folks wanting to make new friends or those simply seeking something new.. We meet in Hesson Hall.
Couples and singles ages fifty and up who explore a variety of topics from Bible study to current Christian authors, mixing class discussion and lecture. We meet in room 201.
This class is open to all ages and geared toward those looking to begin their study of scriptures, with the understanding that we are not all on the same journey of faith, but we are all headed to the same destination. We meet in room the JOY Room (next to Hesson Hall).