We offer both Sunday morning and weekday Bible studies. They cover a variety of topics designed for those just starting their faith journey as well as those who have been long-time disciples. Grab a cup of coffee and visit with one or more of these groups before deciding which is right for you! All are welcome to join any of our offered studies.

Sunday Studies

Donuts & The Bible

Sunday | 9:45am | 216 & Deep End
Lead by: Pastor Dave

Our student bible study. Come enjoy some donuts and time with others as we look deeper into what it means to follow Jesus. Junior High meet in the Upper Gym Classroom (216) and Senior High in the Deep End. Learn more.

The Connecting Point

Sunday | 9:45 | Room 205
Lead by: Chuck and Robin Campos

Where faith and life connect for 18-25 year olds. This Sunday morning small group's goal is to provide a faith based place to connect with peers and discuss issues relevant to this stage of life. 

Adult Bible Study

Sunday | 9:45am | Room 214
Led by: Bob and Marilyn Town

We're studying the book of Matthew, aided by extensive commentary and thought-provoking questions. Get to know Jesus our Lord in fresh new ways. Add your voice to the conversation as the class connects the gospel text to our everyday lives. This study will help you learn, make a difference, and may change your life. Invite a friend as we grow together.

Coffee & Conversation

Sunday | 9:45am | Room 213
Led by: Devin McConnell

This class discusses modern day issues and current events, and examines the teachings of Jesus in light of them.

Sermon Notes Discussion

Sunday | 11am | Room 214
Led by: Tony Faber

This group will be participating in the I Love My Church study through October.

Weekday Studies

Women's Tuesday Morning Bible Study

Tuesdays | 9:30-11:30am | Room 214
Facilitated by: Laura Switzer

September 10-October 29 . The study, Christian: It's not What You Think by Andy Stanley is an eight week study of the characteristics Jesus used to define those who follow him and the implications they have for believers today. What does is mean to be Christian? Curiously, the term is never used in Scripture. Christian was a label used by outsiders. Jesus used ’disciple.’  Disciples would be known for their love – a novel concept for their time – and ours today. What if believers today embodied these traits? Would the non-believing world put aside its definition of ’Christian’ and instead know us by our love? Come together with other women as we learn and grow in our faith walk. No book is required. (No worries if you can't make all the sessions!)

Men's Wednesday Evening Bible Study

Wednesdays | 6:30pm | Room 213
Facilitated by: Paul Schroeder

September 18, 25, October 2, 9, 16, & 23: Days In the Word guides participants through what it means to not just be “hearers” of the Word, but also “doers” of the Word! Reignite and strengthen your passion for God’s Word. This study will inspire every participant to Love the Word, Learn the Word, and Live the Word. Email [email protected] to register, cost is $10. 

Caregiving Bible Study

Tuesdays | 6:30-9pm | Room 213
Facilitated by: Paul Schroeder

October  8, 15,  22, 29, November 5, 12, 19, 26, December 3, 10: Christian Caregiving—a Way of Life, author Dr. Kenneth Haugk. This study will explore ways you can confidently talk about your faith; listen carefully to another person; speak words of comfort, encouragement, forgiveness, and hope; pray with another person; and share from the Bible naturally and comfortably during a caring conversation—while remembering that God is the curegiver. The study will help Caring Hearts and Homebound Visits volunteers, outreach and evangelism teams, mission teams, prayer teams and prayer chains, church governing boards, youth ministry leaders, Sunday school teachers and Bible class instructors, and adult or child daycare volunteers/staff reach out to others with Christ-like compassion. RSVP to Shautau at [email protected]

Financial Peace University

Not Currently Meeting.