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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.  
Registration for Winter classes will begin in January. 


Men's Study 
'Classic Christianity" by Bob George 
Tuesdays, 8:30 am
The Cove

This is an ongoing Men's Study that meets every Tuesday. Chuck Seibert is currently facilitating discussion through "Classic Christianity" by Bob George. Participants are encouraged to interact with the teacher and each other through on going discussion. New members or guests are always welcome in the class.


Bible Fellowship
The Book of Revelation
Mondays, 9:30am 
The Cove

Revelation is written by John to comfort and provide hope to Christians suffering for their faith. In John's vision from Christ, we see that God is in control and will have the ultimate victory over Satan. 

Bob Stevens’ experience and preparation provide an environment filled with illuminating lecture, engaging visual aids, and lively group interaction. This group has on-going community outreach projects that bring the scriptures to life and deepen fellowship for group members. New members or guests are always welcome to the Bible Fellowship study. 

Bible Fellowship
The Book of Galatians
Mondays, 2:00pm
The Cove

The New Testament book of Galatians is a letter written by Paul to a church he planted in Galatia. This letter is a warning against false teaching and ultimately a reminder of the simple message of salvation by faith alone. 

This study group begins with sharing prayer concerns and praise reports followed by prayer. Bob Whiddon brings his years of experience as a pastor to his teaching as he lectures and asks thought-provoking questions about the relevancy of the scriptures to our daily living. New members or guests are always welcome to the Bible fellowship study. 

Bible Fellowship
The Book of 1 Corinthians 
Mondays, 6:00pm
The Cove

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 "Church United" focusing on the book of 1 Corinthians. 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
Bible Study For Life
Tuesdays, 6:30pm
The Cove

Bible Studies for Life connects God’s Word to our daily lives in an intentional way. These studies are designed to intentionally engage us in deeper relationships with each other. Every lesson is rooted in real-life issues. George Shealy leads in such a way that there is room for conversation, while never departing from the authority of Scripture. New members or guests are always welcome to the Bible fellowship study.