About Our Studies
All of our Bible Studies, Life Groups and outreach ministries (like “GriefShare,” and “DivorceCare”) have one goal: to produce mature followers of Jesus in community. That’s another way of saying, “multiply committed followers of Jesus.” So, the question remains, “How do I choose which group is right for me?”
If you are newer to the faith and needing to review the basics of the Christian faith, we would like to pair you with a one-on-one discipler. This person will meet with you for a couple months (8-10 meetings) and review basic Christian teachings, how to read the Bible on your own, what a growing prayer life looks like and coming to terms with frequently asked questions. If you’d like to be paired with a one-on-one discipler, please contact us to request one.
Bible studies seek to teach us what God says to us in the Bible so that we can submit our lives, desires and behavior to him. Bible studies might be organized around who we are (a women’s study, men’s study, or study for young adults) or simply be a general study open to all (such as our Sunday morning “Equip” study). Peruse the various studies below and choose a study and time which works great for you. Our studies are all “drop-in studies,” which means that you are welcome to drop-in and check the study out any time that works for you.
Life Groups are groups of 8-14 people which meet in people’s homes about twice per month for the purpose of prayerfully applying the Sunday morning teaching to our everyday lives. In these groups we make friends, encourage each other to live out the Scriptures and pray for one another, especially in the area of being and making disciples for Jesus Christ. You can find out much more about Life Groups here.
The bottom line: we are better together. We learn to follow Jesus in small, Bible-saturated communities. And we long for everyone to follow Jesus more closely.