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Bible Studies 

 

Bible Study and Bible Fellowships are where we make our BIG CHURCH feel small. This is where we focus on being a church family. Our large Sunday worship service paired with our Bible Studies and Bible Fellowships are instrumental to spiritual growth. These groups are where we combine application of scripture through living life together in our community. 

What are the differences between Bible Fellowship and Bible Studies? 

Bible Fellowships are just like Sunday School but meet on Mondays and Tuesdays. They are ongoing groups with no ending date and new participants are always welcome... at any time! Classes meet weekly in the Fellowship Hall. 

Bible Studies are short term topical studies. These classes require registration quarterly. With short term studies you have the opportunity to study multiple topics throughout the year. The next registration period for Short Term Bible Studies will be announced in the Spring. 

 

​UNANSWERED STUDY
Sunday, April 8th- May 20th 
4:00pm- 5:30pm
Worship Center 

UNANSWERED STUDY 

Our pastors will guide us through this 6-session study. We will explore scriptures to
become equipped to offer biblical responses to the following challenging questions:
 
• What do we do when God seems silent?
• Why can we trust in the bodily resurrection of Jesus?
• How should Christians respond to spiritual darkness and paranormal activity?
• How can I know for sure the Bible is true and trustworthy?
• What should Christians understand about suicide and mental health?
• Why do we experience suffering and pain?
 
The Unanswered Book and Study Book can be purchased HERE
 
DATE: Sunday, April 8th - May 20th (Mother's Day May 13th No Bible Study)
TIME: 4:00 pm- 5:30 pm
PLACE: Worship Center 
 

Bible Fellowship
The Book of Hebrews; The Holy Spirit at work in the early Church
Mondays, 2:00pm
In Fellowship Hall Classroom
 

This is an ongoing weekly Biblical and fellowship study. The facilitator, Bob Whiddon, starts the class with prayer requests, medical updates, and prayer. Bob is a retired pastor and experienced teacher of the gospel. Although his lectures are informative, he solicits input/feedback from the class by asking thought provoking questions about the relevancy of scriptures to our daily living. New members or guests are always welcome to the Bible fellowship study. 


Bible Fellowship
The Book of Colossians
Mondays, 6:00pm
In Fellowship Hall Classroom
 

This Biblical and fellowship class meets every week. Pastor Bob will be facilitating this class. Partnering with the Sunday morning sermons, this class will be a further in-depth study of the sermon series "Christ in you the Hope of Glory" focusing on the book of Colossians. Participants are encouraged to continue to grow spiritually and be devoted followers of Christ. New members and guests are always welcome to the Bible fellowship study.   


Bible Fellowship
The Book of Romans
Mondays, 9:30am 
In Fellowship Classroom 

This is an ongoing Biblical and fellowship class that meets every week. Bob Stevens is an experienced teacher who presents a very well-prepared lesson through power point presentation on each Biblical subject studied. Participants are able to ask questions, make comments, and interact with each other. The class has an ongoing community outreach project. New members or guests are always welcome to the Bible Fellowship study. 


Bible Fellowship
Bible Study For Life
Tuesdays, 6:30pm
In Fellowship Hall Classroom

Bible Study For Life
Tuesdays, 6:30pm
Fellowship Hall Classroom

This is an ongoing Biblical and fellowship class that meet every Tuesday. George Shealy prepares the class with updates and prayer. He is an experienced and dedicated teacher. George puts a lot of effort and time into preparing lessons for class. Participants are able to ask questions and interact with the teacher and each other. New members or guests are always welcome to the Bible fellowship study.