Sunday morning adult groups meet weekly from September through May.
Community groups being Sunday, September 12.
Community Groups differ from a traditional Sunday school class in their focus on connecting adults in similar life stages with each other. Along with the biblically based teaching and discussion time, there will also be time for fellowship and prayer. Additional events are planned throughout the year for social gathering, service and outreach, and will be listed in the Bulletin and Event Calendar.
They are organized according to the seasons of life so that there is a natural affinity and strong bonding within the group. Use the list below to see which group you most identify with.
|Community Group A||(born before 1955)||Meets in the Chapel at 10:30|
|Community Group B||(born between 1950 and 1970||Meets in the Chapel at 9:00 AM|
|Community Group C||(born between 1965 and 1980)||Meets in Upper Room of Office at 9:00 AM|
|Community Group D||(born after 1975)||Meets in the Basement at 9:00 AM|
What are Community Groups studying this fall?
Community Group A - Join Community Group A for the study God Works All Things Together for Your Good, Robert Morgan, Living in the Promise of Romans 8:28.
Community Group B - Join Community Group B for a video series from David Jeremiah “Ordinary People, Extraordinary Faith” looking at Hebrews chapter 11. We’ll learn what faith is and who these Heroes of the Faith were. How we, as ordinary people, can also do great things through faith in God.
Community Group C - Community Group C will be looking at the book of Judges, using RightNow Media. In this series, pastor and author J.D. Greear wades into the book of Judges to shine a light onto the muddy waters of human rebellion. The stories and truths within are not just archaic tales with no relevance for us today. Rather, J.D. works through each chapter unpacking the truth of God’s grace in the midst of human wickedness, and shows how only the divine can redeem the fallen.
Community Group D - Community Group D will be focusing on what it means to be shaped and molded into the image of Christ by living out Community. Based on The One Another Project by Wayne Hoag, we will be taking a look at the different one another admonitions that are made in scripture and how they can help us grow in our faith journey—together!
Although strong relationships may be developed within the group, and significant small groups may start from these connections, the format of a Community Group is purposely designed to be welcoming to newcomers.
EMAIL us if you have questions or want to join a Community Group.