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11:00am Bible Study Hour

Senior Adults
This department is a small-sized group of women, ages 58 to 96.
Director: Tim Monroe / Teachers: Cathy Hood, Tim Monroe and Kelly Nesbitt
Location: Room 141


This large-sized department of mostly married adults represents those in the beginning of retirement. The department’s average age is 74. 

Director: Tammy Berry / Teacher: Mike Tucker

Location:  Room 142 


This department is open to all adults, married and single, and ranges in age from 49-75 with an average age of 63. We are empty nesters, grandparents and many are retired. We are a very active group serving each other and our community. Click here for more information.
Directors: Charles & Jackie Floyed / Teacher: Rich Mussler
Location: Fellowship Center Overflow

This department is for those age 60 and above who are looking for a place to have in-depth Bible study, make new friends and get connected with First Baptist Church Lewisville.
Directors: Jeff & Martha MeGown
Teacher: Walt Brown
Location: Room 104
Median Adults
Coed group open to all adults. If you’re new to FBC and have not found a small group, come join us on the east end of our building and discover the essentials of our class: truth, authenticity, and humility. We're committed to being real, being known, and seeking the truth of the Bible as it is relevant to our lives today. Join us on the journey.
Directors: Dan & Bronwen Zilmer
Teachers: Marcie Hatfield/Megan Seidel/Chris Penner
Location: Room 103


This department is open to all adults and ranges in ages from 50-88 with an average of 62. 

This small group includes married and single adults. 1st Sunday of the month this class does a mission project at a local assisted living.
Director: Angela Kuegemann / Teacher: Dan MacMillan
Location: Room 210



This department is open to all adults and has an average age of 55. Average attendance is 20 to 25 people, who love to gain new insights into God’s Word. Our lessons consist of some lecture and lots of discussion from the group. We understand we don’t all interpret scripture the same way, but we enjoy knowing the scriptural basis for our beliefs. We have fellowships and mission projects throughout the year.
Directors: Brett & Cari Waldick / Teacher: Peter Richards/Ronnie Wright/Kelly Hyden
Location: Room 242


This department is open to all adults and has an average age of 62. Most of the attendees are married and have late elementary to high school children. 

Director: Dave Glazner / Teacher: Ray Sheehan and Shirley Haugen

Location:  Room 102


This department is open to all adults.Ages range between 45-60. Most attendees are married and have children from grade school and up through college. This class uses lessons with application to life's many challenges and opportunities. You will find within the lessons a common theme of understanding and accepting God's love and grace.
Director: Terry & MaraLee Green / Teacher: Scott McGinnis/Trent Armstrong

Location: Room 241



This medium sized group is open to all adults. Ages range between 40-60 with an average age of 48.
Director: Chad Handley
Teachers: Wayne Cotton
Location: Room 208


This department is for adults and represents ages 32-48, with an average age of 38. This medium-sized department is mostly married adults with children of all ages and has an emphasis on family life.

Directors: Kent Newkirk

Teachers: Stephen Kress

Location: Room 101


This department is for adults and represents ages 41-57 with an average age of 48. Most of the attendees are married and many have teenagers. This small group of median adult couples taught by our Executive Pastor.

Director/Teacher: Brad Williamson

Location: Room 106



This department consists of women of all ages who openly explore the Bible and its life applications through study, fellowship and prayer. They meet in one small group class.

Director:  Peggy White / Teacher: Carolyn Collinsworth

Location: Room 143


This department is open to women of all ages. Most of the women are still working, some are married and some are single. This is a medium-sized group that studies the Bible and discusses life applications for women.
Director: Pam Brown
Teacher: Sandy MacMillan
Location: Room 140

Single Median Adults
This co-ed class is for single adults ages 40-65. Living Life Single-Never Alone.
Director: Julie Cooper
Teacher: Truett King
Location: Room 107

Young Adults
This medium-sized department is for young married adults. They focus on Scriptural teaching that helps young couples as they manage the early years of careers and begin or have families.
Director: Alicia Miller
Teacher: Zach Glenn
Location: Room 240


Our students meet weekly for fellowship, teaching, and application. Our 6th through 8th grades meet all together for rally-style Bible Study where they will engage Scripture in a unique and memorable way for the first portion of the hour. Our master teachers put together lessons using technology and activity to bring the Bible to life. Our students are broken into small groups and each has their own adult leader. We use the Life Bible Study curriculum with our middle school. Bible Study has relevant lessons, grounded in Biblical truth, and seeks to lead each student to grow in their personal relationship with Christ.

Grades 6-8      Student Area on the Second Floor
(Grades 9-12 meet in the 9:30 hour)

Children (Kindergarten-grade 5)

So we can best take of your children and your family visit us in the Children’s Atrium located on the north side of the building. There we can fill out a registration form, get a security tag, walk you and your child to their class, answer any questions you have about our policies as we teach and care for your child.

 11am Bible Study is classed by the child’s grade. 

Preschool (birth through pre-K)

You will find our Welcome Desk is located just inside the Children’s Atrium on the north side of the building. A friendly face will greet you there and determine your child’s class placement. We will collect your  information, answer any questions you may have, and then walk you to your child’s class. 

Many young children experience separation anxiety, especially in unfamiliar surroundings. The best thing you can do for your child is to say a quick good-bye and leave the area. We will contact you if your child does not settle within a reasonable time.  

Babies through pre-K children are taught in their classrooms both at the 9:30 and 11:00 hours.  Those children attending both hours will remain in the same room.