Bible Study

At FBC we think it is vitally important for you to find, attend, and involve yourself in a Bible study. Without the small group experience, relationships, and Bible teaching in Bible study, you will find it next to impossible to find your place to belong at FBC.  So whether you are interested in our various age-graded and life stage class options on Sunday morning (referred to as “Bible Study” with a capital S), one of our Sunday afternoon classes, or one of our midweek options, we are happy you are considering getting involved.

  • Find A Bible Study

  • Bible Study Resources


We have all different sizes of classes so you can find one you are comfortable with.

Small group: 12 people or less
Medium group: 13-25 people
Large group: 25 people or greater;

The literature most used at FBC are:

  • Lifeway (Family Study series and Explore the Bible)
  • Bible Study for Texas (Baptist Way)
  • Smyth and Helwys (Formations Series)

We offer 3 hours of Bible Study on Sunday mornings - so you have three Bible Study options. We encourage you to find a group that you can connect with and can study the Bible alongside.

The times are 8:00am, 9:30am and 11:00am.

Adults meet at all hours. Click on the "time" links above to see each hour’s Bible Study description and to see times and class options for children and students. But a quick glance—

  • 8:00 am Adult Bible Studies only (no childcare)
  • 9:30 am all ages except grades 6-8
  • 11:00 am all ages except grades 9-12

We invite you to “just show up” on a Sunday morning and visit our Welcome Center where a volunteer will give you options and help you find a Bible Study class. Don’t miss this opportunity to belong!

Newborns through college-age all have great Bible Study options. We have wonderful ministries for preschoolers, children, and students where they will study Biblical truths while interacting with others their age and creating meaningful relationships. Each class is led by adults trained to teach with all the care and concern your child needs.

No. We want your experience to be a great one without any high-pressure sales. We’ll ask you to trust us with some information on a visitor card (filling it out is up to you) so we can follow-up with you later. There’s no mandatory dress code, Scripture memorization or tests—it’s simply a place for you to learn the Bible, life application and build relationships.