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9:30 Bible Study Hour
These classes will attend 11:00 worship service.
This medium-size class uses teacher-created lessons and is for median and older adults. Whether married or single, the mostly median age group journeys together studying and seeking to learn biblical principles for everyday application.
Interim Director: Ronnie Wright
Teacher: Scott Manor
Location: Fellowship Center Overflow
This class, for those in their 20s, married or single, will gather to study the Bible each week. This class will be team-taught .
Directors: Jon & Brooke Miller
Teacher: Will Irwin
This class is a blend of people, with different backgrounds and perspectives, all here for one purpose: to know and grow in Christ.
It is a great community of believers that seeks to grow deeper in a relationship with God as they study his Word. They are committed to building their relationships with one another through discussion and fellowships. This group is a great fit for single or married young adults in their 20s or 30s. Some of them have children and some do not. They would love for you to come connect with them.
Directors: Braxton & Katie Bragg
Teacher: Chris Porter
This class is for adults in their upper 20s through upper 30s. Whether you are single, engaged, or married and whether you have no children or a lot of children, we have a place for you. We grow in relationships with one another as we study God's Word together and look to apply it to this critical and often crazy stage of life. We call our class "Roots" because we are growing in depth in our relationship with God and also putting down "Roots" here in our church as we seek to serve as well as participate.
Directors: Brooks & Lauren Monroe
Teachers: David Taylor and Jillian Brown
This department is also for adults in their upper 20s through upper 30s, married or single, with children or not. Come get in on the ground floor of this new class.
Directors: Mark & Kim McNeal
Teacher: Rian Johnson
This department is mostly comprised of mid-30s to early 40s adults, single or married—some have children and some do not. We want Bible Study to be a place to connect with others who desire to better understand God and his Word. This is a medium-size class.
Directors: Brian & Amy England
Teachers: Erik Davis
"The Bridge" COLLEGE DEPT.
This medium-size class uses teacher-created literature to communicate biblical truths and how the Bible and pursuing God is relevant and integral to a college student’s life. The class coordinates with both the Young Adult Ministry and the Student Ministry to have fellowship, service and mission opportunities.
Directors: Jim & Jeanette Wilkinson
Teachers: Jim Wilkinson and Stephen Miles
LIVEWIRE BIBLE STUDY
Our students meet weekly for fellowship, teaching, and application. Our 9th through 12th 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 Simply Youth Ministry curriculum with our high 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 meet in the 11:00 hour)
Grades 9-12 Room 210
Children (Kindergarten-grade 5)
Located on the second floor of our campus in Rooms 233-238
So that we can best take of your children and your family needs, we ask you to come by the Kidzone Welcome Desk located on the south end of the Kidzone wing. There, we can fill out a registration form, walk you and your child to their class, and answer any questions you have about security and our policies for caring for your child.
9:30am Bible Study has two age groups: Grades K-2 and Grades 3-5
Preschool (birth through pre-K)
Our Preschool Welcome Desk is located just inside the Preschool main entrance doors. A friendly face will greet you there and determine your child’s class placement. We will collect your pertinent 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.
Pagers are available for parents of newborns and visitors.