Small Group Discipleship
Small Group Bible Study Opportunities
Throughout the week, a variety of small group Bible studies are available for you. Read through the course descriptions below for more information or open this pdf summary of the classes.
Small groups in this model meet for a specific rotation, sometimes 10 to 12 weeks. At the end of the rotation, we are assigned new, random groups. Our teachers and the people in our groups change up. This allows you to get to know different groups of people and also be exposed to different teaching styles. Think musical chairs with a divine purpose.
Community Bible Study for Men
Mondays 7:00—9:00 pm (Starts September 14) | Room 226/228 | Recommended donation: $30 for 15 weeks | Contact: John Batsch 732-5245
Men's Bible Study and Breakfast
Meets Tuesday mornings in FC 105/107 from 6:30 to 8:00 am | Cost: $5 Suggested Donation for Breakfast Join us on Tuesday mornings for Bible study and breakfast.
Precept Upon Precept
Tuesdays | 10:00—11:30 am | Cost: $20 | Room 201/203 | Teacher: Mary Smith
Discovering Joy: A Journey Through Philippians
6:00 pm | Room 206/208 | Teacher: Dr. Ed Johnson
Wednesday Evening Women's Bible Study
Meet in Room 205 | 6:00 pm | Teacher: Beth Fannin
Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) for Women
Thursdays (Starts September 17) | 9:20—11:20 am | Choir Room | Cost: No Cost | Leader: Karen McGinnis
There is no cost for the classes but there is a collection taken each week to help offset the materials.
Participating in a weekly BSF's daytime class allows women the opportunity to have a meaningful connection with God and other women on an ongoing basis. The weekly gathering allows women the opportunity to gain insights from one another in discussion groups, as well as from the teaching leader's compelling lecture. In addition to the regular weekly class, BSF provides the structure to
encourage women to read and study the Bible daily.
Moms with infants, toddlers or preschoolers receive the added benefit of a high-level preschool program for children under age six during their BSF class.