Goal of Small Groups:
• Grow in our Relationships
• Confidence in our Faith
• Encourage Discipleship


The more we meet together in small groups and talk about the issues that we are each struggling with – the closer we will bond with each other. This bond is what builds up Christian fellowship and increases the drive to encourage each other to live the life of a disciple of Jesus Christ.


You need to have a regular time alone with God to read and study His word and to spend time in prayer; however, to grow in your faith – it requires that you openly discuss what you are studying with other Christians. The result builds a stronger relationship with God and increases your confidence in your faith.


The most important relationship of all – the one you have with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This is what it is all about. Helping each other grow and mature in faith. So many times in our discussions, someone will say something so profound that it touches my heart and lifts my soul. I would never experience or know this joy without spending time in fellowship with other disciples. Disciples who help to grow other disciples by sharing the love of Christ.

Have questions? Contact either:
• Joe Locke
• Sue Ward
• Cameron Treece

2020 Fall Studies


SUNDAY :  @ 6:00 pm  Starts on Nov 29th 
LOCATION: @ The Church Sanctuary – or –  Watch our Online feed from FaceBook

FOR: ALL are welcome 

Description: This will be a 4 week Advent Study

His parents gave him the name Jesus. But the prophets, the shepherds, the wise men, and the angels addressed him by other names. They called him Lord, Messiah, Savior, Emmanuel, Light of the World, and Word Made Flesh.

In Incarnation: Rediscovering the Significance of Christmas examines the names of Christ used by the gospel writers, exploring the historical and personal significance of his birth.

This Advent season church families will come together to remember what’s important. In the face of uncertainty and conflict, Christians reclaim the Christ Child who brings us together, heals our hearts, and calls us to bring light into the darkness. Now more than ever, we invite you to reflect upon the significance of the Christ-child for our lives and our world today!


For more Information / Sign-up:  CLICK HERE

(Please click above if you want a book and to let us know how you will attend.)

UNSURE:  Watch the trailer!

Fall sign-ups are closed; however, if you would like to join a group in progress – please contact the group facilitator.

Chasing Vines   Sue Ward
The Gospel of John (continues)   Cam Treece
Holding Your Family Together
  Megan Gray
The Story   Joe Locke
Book Club   Kathy Butler
James or Grief – You pick one   Brad Gray

Below is additional information for each group, with a link to the sign-up for the study you would like to join. If, by the close of sign-ups, we do not have enough for a group, we will contact you to see if another study would work for you. Please contact Joe Locke or the group facilitator for additional questions.

The Story

Thursday:  @ 6:30 pm  Starts on Sept 17th 
LOCATION: @ The Church (Room TBD)
FOR: ALL are welcome 


God goes to great lengths to rescue lost and hurting people. That is what The Story is all about: the story of the Bible, God’s great love affair with humanity. Condensed into 31 accessible chapters, The Story sweeps you into the unfolding progression of Bible characters and events from Genesis to Revelation. Using the world’s most popular modern-English Bible, the New International Version, it allows the stories, poems, and teachings of the Bible to read like a novel. Like any good story, The Story is filled with intrigue, drama, conflict, romance, and redemption – and this story’s true!

Click HERE for sign-up

Chasing Vines

WEDNESDAY:  @ 6:30 pm  Starts on Sept 16th
LOCATION: @ Church (Room TBD)
FOR: Ladies 


Join bestselling author Beth Moore on a six-session video journey to discover the true meaning of a fruitful life.
In this companion piece to Chasing Vines Group Experience, Beth Moore explores the ways God delights in watching things grow–and how the vineyard holds the secret to how we can have a more abundant and meaningful life. As she traces the metaphor through Scripture, Beth uncovers how every part of our own lives–even the rockiest, most difficult soil–is used by God to make a difference for His Kingdom.

Click HERE for sign-up

Tuesday Bible Study

Weekly Bible Study based on the gospel of John.

TUESDAYS:  @ 10:15  Starts Sept 15th

Click HERE for sign-up

Holding Your Family Together

WEDNESDAYS:   @ 6:30 pm Starts on Sept 16th
LOCATION: @ Church (Room TBD) 


A book study of Dr. Rich Melheim’s Holding Your Family Together. 

Imagine a home where every person feels loved, valued and heard.  Imagine a family that seeks God’s wisdom, will and word together, Imagine an intimate, affectionate community where every night is an experience of caring, sharing, comfort and peace. 

Holding Your Family Togethers is a workable, powerful plan based on a simple, nightly routine: Share, Read, Talk, Pray, Bless. This is FAITH, and it has transformed families around the world. No matter your child’s age or your family’s unique situation, FAITH can work for you.
This will be a seven week study.  We will meet via Zoom for one hour a week for 7 weeks.  One chapter of reading will be required each week.

Click HERE for sign-up

(If you need child care, use the link below in the FAQ’s section)

Book Club

Once a Month Book Club

FOR: Ladies 


Contact Kathy for sign-up (currently full)


Wednesday Bible Study

Weekly Bible Study based on the gospel of John.

WEDNESDAYS:  @ 6:30  Starts Sept 16th
LOCATION: @ Church in the Sanctuary

Click HERE for sign-up

You choose the Study

Wednesday:  @ 6:30 pm  Starts on Sept 16th 
LOCATION: Virtual Meeting on Zoom
FOR: ALL are welcome 


Currently thinking about 1 of 2 studies:

1) The Book of James, or

2) A look at Grief

This will be a 5 – 7 week study. Click below to sign-up and choose which study you would like to attend.  The one with the most attendees wins!

Click HERE for sign-up

Don’t see what you are looking for?

CLICK HERE to suggest a Bible Study you would like to see offered, or provide you contact information and we can help you find a group.

Frequently asked questions:

Where do groups meet?

Most of our Small Groups meet in homes or at the church.  Depending on the time of year and the group the location could be different.  After you sign-up for a group, you will receive an email from the leader shortly before it starts with information about the location, etc.

How often?

Depends on the group.  Usually weekly.  The length of the group depends on the study.  Most Small Groups last 4 – 8 weeks; however, more in-depth studies go for 12+ weeks.

Is childcare provided?

Groups that meet on Wed. nights when supper is provided, children K5-6th grade can attend their program.  Groups that meet on other nights may or may not offer child care – members can determine if they would like to share costs, etc.  If enough groups meet on the same night, let us know and we can try to arrange this if needed.

Click here if you need child care during your small group.

What is the meeting format?

Each group creates their own.  Basic recommended approach for each, includes:

–  Welcome and enjoy time together
–  Gather and Open with prayer
–  Devotion / Bible Study
–  Prayer concerns – close in prayer