Small Groups

The concept of small groups is as old as Moses leading the Israelites, Jesus and His disciples, and the gatherings of the early church. Small groups were central to John Wesley’s design of the Methodist movement and particularly the great spiritual awakening first in England and then in America. Small groups are important to our church because they are an important foundation to facilitate spiritual growth. They provide:

  • an opportunity to pursue God in the company of friends
  • a journey of faith with a handful of others who will accept you for who you are
  • relationships that fuel and ignite life change through fellowship, Bible study, relevant discussion, and life sharing

Small groups meet on a semester basis to allow easy start and finish points. Semesters also allow you the opportunity to explore and join different groups throughout the year. This fall each of our groups will be studying the fruit of the Spirit as part of a church-wide emphasis. More info will be coming in August.

Details for Small Groups 2016 HERE

Small Group

Women’s Bible Studies

Tuesday Morning Group

This group meets every Tuesday morning at 10:00 and participants take turns hosting and leading the study. They welcome new members. Contact Person: Marilyn Hiler (567-8966)


Wednesday Morning Women’s Bible Study

This group meets from 9:30-10:45 a.m. in the Good Shepherd Room of the church’s lower level. All women are invited for a time of sharing, prayer, and Bible study. They are studying the book of Revelation. Beth Beardsley is the facilitator/teacher.


Wednesday Evening Women’s Bible Study

     Entrusted by Beth Moore

An in-depth Bible study of 2 Timothy. The Class meets during the Wednesday evening children’s ministries from 6:30 pm to 7:45 pm at the church. The books for the study are available in the campus store.  If you have questions, call Casda Danner at 567-4314.



Friday Morning Women’s Bible Study

    Entrusted by Beth Moore

An in-depth women’s Bible study of 2 Timothy. The study meets from 9:00am-10:45am at the church. Childcare is provided for children 5 and under. Books are available in the campus bookstore. If you have questions, contact Amanda Cox at


Church Library

The Church Library, located Libraryon the 1st floor of the Christian Education Building, contains over 10,000 items.  The library has a section of books, DVDs, books and music CDs for children.  Sections are also devoted to youth and adults.  The goals and objectives of the church library staff are to make available quality literature in various forms, which will appeal to all ages and promote Christian growth through the renewing of our minds.