Wednesday evening Bible Study

Location: Room 206


Wednesday evening Bible Study is taught by our Pastor, Ray Cobb. During this hour the pastor teaches through a book of the Bible.  This is predominately a lecture study with some discussion.  If you like to listen and learn, this may be just the place for you.  Of course questions and comments are always welcomed.  The current study is on the book of Acts.

Sunday Morning Classes- Fall 2019

Sundays at 10:00 AM between worship services we offer a variety of adult classes for any one to participate in. We study the Bible, have times of fellowship, and seek to learn more about God and how to live as disciples of Jesus Christ. Class topics change regularly, but we have several ongoing groups that meet each week.

Women's & Men's Classes beginning September 29: 

Women's Sunday School Class: “Determined: Living Like Jesus in Every Moment”

Location:  Family Life Center

This is a 10-week Sunday School Class for women based on the Bible study by local author, Heather Dixon: “Determined: Living Like Jesus in Every Moment” - a study on the Gospel of Luke. In this ten-week study of Luke, we will follow the life and ministry of Jesus as we consider the choices He made on His way to the cross. We’ll intimately connect with a Savior who remained laser-focused on His mission to love the world. In return, we’ll receive a model for intentional living that we can replicate to ensure we are living each day to the fullest and making a difference for God’s kingdom. And together we’ll determine to embrace the abundant life we are promised in Jesus!

*Books are available on Amazon or we do have 4 copies that can be purchased for 15.00 each.

Men's Sunday School Class: Discovering Grace, Transforming the Heart: How desperate souls became heroes of the faith through God’s Word in Paul’s Letter to the Romans

Location: 101

We will examine four significant figures in church history, and how Paul’s words regarding the gospel in Romans transformed and empowered them to hugely impact the church and God’s people.  Course includes special focus on the gospel as stated in chapters 1 through 8 of Romans, and how God’s grace guides us in all aspects of our lives.  

Educating Disciples:  The Lord's Prayer

Location: Fellowship A

Every week in worship, we recite the Lord’s Prayer (Matt 6:9-13; Luke 11:2-4) together as instructed by Jesus Christ. What can we learn about the heart of God from a deeper study of its biblical roots and resonances? Our study will be guided by the 14 questions and answers on the Lord’s Prayer found in the Heidelberg Catechism, one of the most important summaries of Reformed belief and practice. Our goal will be to pray this prayer more intentionally, with a more thorough understanding of how it brings glory to God and spiritual flourishing to us His children.  There will be a variety of leaders for this class.

Fellowshipping Disciples:  1 Peter: Walk the Talk

Location: Fellowship Hall B

Becoming holy begins in our mind, “If you want to act holy, you have to learn to think holy”, 1 Peter 1: 13-16. Thinking differently affects our behavior.  We must be obedient to God, forgive others, make right choices, live in peace, and trust God. Join the Fellowship class as we study 1 Peter, in which these topics are explored. This study is based on a Series Builder by Steve May who publishes Preaching Library  Everyone is welcome anytime.

The Fellowship Class is a group that values conversation and offers hospitality as they gather to study God’s word.   All studies are centered around group discussion of biblical topics. 

Establishing Disciples:  This class will join the women's or men's classes for the 10-week study or go to an established class that is continuing to meet

Location: Room 201

Establishing Disciples is tailored to young adults, so anyone in their college-aged years to their early 30s, single or married, will feel right at home.  College students home for the summer are always welcome.

Equipping Disciples:   Will join the women's or men's classes for the 10-week study or go to an established class that is continuing to meet

Location: Room 100

Homebuilders is a class that is open to all, interactive and conversational, focused on fostering fellowship and discipleship in such areas as marriage and family relationships, parenting, financial stewardship, and other parts of our daily walk with God.

SALT (Single Adults in the Lord Together):  Proverbs

Location: 201

SALT is currently reading the book of Proverbs, one of the first self help books ever written. It was mainly written and compiled by Soloman, son of David.

The SALT Class is designed to help single adults apply biblical truths in all their relationships.  This class uses a variety of resources including videos and group


Questions about what class might be right for you?  Contact Amie Palmer