Service TimeS:


* last sunday each month - one combined service @ 9:30

Adult Bible Studies

Monday Evening Small Group Study 

(meets on Monday evenings at 7:00 PM in Holy Roast)

Witness - Learning to Share Your Christian Faith by Ron Crandall

“We're all witnesses to something or someone," writes Crandall. "As Christians we're Christ's witnesses. It's our identity, not merely something we do or don't do." Witness guides you to learn more about your faith and to speak invitationally with others about beliefs.  Crandall has outlined a 25-week small group study that focuses on the important parts of faith.  Through Bible study and group interaction, you'll identify your gifts for ministry and learn to witness to others in a natural and effective way. "Witness is the perfect resource to persuade people that witnessing is a personal (and possible!) faith mission.  Using Witness as our sole programming ... helped our members achieve a greater comfort level in faith conversations," writes one pastor.  Embark on a journey where you'll be challenged to discover who you really are, what you believe and what really matters in your life.

Tuesday Morning Small Group Study

 (meets on Tuesday morning at 10:00 AM in Holy Roast)

 Starting February 18th:

The Walk  by Adam Hamilton

Five Essential Practices of the Christian Life

Examine five essential spiritual practices rooted in Jesus’ own walk with God.

How do we walk with Christ—daily follow him, grow in him, and faithfully serve him? Join Adam Hamilton this Lent and Easter in The Walk and discover five essential spiritual practices rooted in Jesus’ own walk with God. In each chapter, Hamilton’s engaging teaching style will help you explore one of these practices—each of which is intended to be a part of our daily walk with Christ—its New Testament foundation, and its potential effect on our personal lives and our lives together as the church.

Wednesday Afternoon Small Group Study

 (meets on Wednesday 3:30 PM at Member's Home)

Starting January 15 for 6 weeks:

Stories Jesus Told: How to Read A Parable by Greg Carey

We love stories. That’s why we go to movies, read books, and listen to friends recount an experience. That’s also why teachers use the technique of storytelling to make a difficult concept easier for us to process. Jesus told stories, or parables, for that very reason—and to help us understand how God wants us to live life. Sometimes, however, stories like the Good Samaritan and the Prodigal Son can be interpreted in more than one way. Even Bible scholars are divided on their meanings.

In Stories Jesus Told, you’ll explore six of Jesus’ parables to learn how to read, interpret, and live them in your daily life.