Sunday Groups

Sunday Groups

Join us every Sunday morning at 10:30am for an hour of groups and bible study after the 9am service. Here are the current groups available:

The Reason for God – led by Carol and Keith Pipes
This DVD driven small group study from Tim Keller explores the truth of Christianity as it seeks to answers some of these common questions among non-believers and believers alike: Isn’t the Bible a Myth? How Can You Say There Is Only One Way to God? What Gives You the Right to Tell Me How to Live My Life? Why Does God Allow Suffering? Why Is the Church Responsible for So Much Injustice? How Can God Be Full of Love and Wrath at the Same Time?

The Gospel of John – led by Michael DiMarco
If someone asks, “I’ve never seriously studied or read the Bible before, where should I start?”, the answer should always be “The Gospel of John.” Bring your Bible and join us for a line-by-line, verse-by-verse study of the story of the life, ministry, and good news of Jesus and learn personal bible study methods along the way from our pastor.

Spiritual Disciplines – led by Paul and Sondra Turner
We will explore Scripture together and discover biblical practices that promote spiritual growth among believers in the gospel. These disciplines have both a personal and community (congregational) aspect. Over the summer we will explore the practices that deepen a believer’s life in Christ including prayer, rest, Bible study, and scripture memory to name a few.

Sermon-based Discussion Group
Each week, you will be challenged to go a little deeper with the sermon you just heard. This will be an interactive discussion time focusing on the Scripture passage used, answering questions, and applying the message to your life. These Sunday groups will give you a taste of how Community Groups operate throughout the week.

Friendship Students Discussion Group
For middle school through high school, students will be challenged through interactive discussion to go deeper with the sermon they just heard and applying the biblical lessons learned in their families, schools, and social circles.