Adult Sunday
All the Small Groups listed below are open to new attenders.
Just show up or better yet, grab some coffee and donuts, grab a friend, and come to an Adult Sunday Small Group!
Coordinator of Small Groups
and Fellowship Groups

8:00 am – For those attending the 9:00 am worship service

Housewarmers  Teachers: Dave Cole and Paul Stepp. Most of the class is age 60+. S103/104

9:00 am – For those attending the 10:30 am worship service

Family Builders Group  Teachers:  Curt and Kerri Dowell, Chris Belpasso
A book study.  For the age 40-60 age group.
Fireside room (lower level)
New Testament Bible Study Group  Teachers:  Ed Teegardin and Steve Gibson. A verse-by-verse study of various books of the Bible.
Thought-provoking questions from the leader and much discussion. The purpose is to become more Christ-like and people of prayer. All ages are welcome. S101 (Library)
The Abundant Life Group  Teacher: Faith Frey. A book study. Lots of discussion. All ages welcome. S103/104
Old Testament Group Teacher: Jonathan Brown. Mostly lecture from an Old Testament scholar. For all ages. S105
Knowing, Loving & Flourishing Teachers:  Mark Skinner, Eric Yoder, and Lori Zacharias. The overall aim is to bring together the spiritually restless, the new in faith, and those continuing on the walk of faith to learn to know God better, to encourage each other and to serve more like Jesus on a daily basis. For all ages. In the gym
Twelve Step Study Group  Teacher:  Ron Frey. For those with hurts, habits, and hangups. A good support group. Open to all men and women.
Small kitchen – off gym


10:30 am – For those attending the 9:00 am worship service
Growing Together Group  Group Teachers:  Eric Crots, Jeff Miller, and Joe Clark  Always something fresh and new with various subjects and material. Open to all ages. This class has taken a break, but will resume Sunday, October 20.
Homebuilders Teachers: Wil Iler and Gil Hanson. Book of Bible study.  S105
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