God created and redeemed us for community - to live the Christian life together. In Hebrews 10:24-25, we are urged to “consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another…” In John 13:35, Jesus said others would know His disciples by how we love one another.

Our Small Groups - Sunday School Classes, Bible Study Groups, as well as Community Groups - foster deep relationships where we can grow in Christ together. They not only equip us to know God through His Word, but encourage us to share His Gospel so that others might come to know Him too.



Sunday School Classes

Classes for all ages on Sunday Mornings 

Some of our Sunday School classes are meeting on campus inside and outdoors. Other classes meet virtually. A few classes have taken a hybrid approach offering both. Currently, Sunday School classes (including our kids classes) meet at 10:30am. If you are interested in joining one of our Sunday School classes, please reach out to Kenneth Ragland, our Sunday School director for more information.


Bible Studies & Community Groups

Our Bible Studies and Community Groups vary in time, emphasis and location.

We invite you to check out one of our Bible Studies and Community Groups. If you have questions, please contact Chris Owen, Bible study and small group coordinator.

Men's Devotional Small Group

When: Fridays at 6:30am
Where: Online via Zoom 

Men are invited to get online for a Bible study on Friday mornings at 6:30am. Starging Friday, October 16, we will be looking at Christopher Wright's book, Cultivating the Fruit of the Spirit. Contact Jason Houston for further information. See the Zoom details below to join. 

Click link to join meeting:
To call in:13017158592 (Meeting ID: 829 1368 8918)


Women's Study - Elijah with Pricilla Shirer

When: Wednesdays, beginning September15 at 9:30am (7weeks)
Where: Room 204 or Zoom

Cost: $18.25 Member books available from Lifeway, Christian Books Distributors, or Amazon

Elijah emerged as the voice of unapologetic truth during a time of national crisis and moral decline. His ministry was marked by tenacious faith and holy fire - the same kind we will need in order to remain steadfast in our current culture. Join us as Pricilla Shirer takes a fresh look at Elijah and the difficult choices of obedience that kept him anchored, sharpened his faith, broadened his impact and invited heaven's fire to fall. Contact Shari Penland or Judy Howell for more information and to register.