Would you like to build intentional community within the church body? Explore Life Groups, and plug into meaningful Bible study, build genuine connections, seek opportunities to serve, and find authentic fellowship. This is where real, life-enriching relationships can form and develop. You are not assigned to a group, but are free to visit as many groups as you like to find a good fit. Questions? Email
AWANA (Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed) is a Sunday evening Bible study for children 3 years old through 5th grade. AWANA develops spiritually strong children who faithfully follow Jesus Christ. The program consists of three parts: Scripture memorization and application, a Bible lesson, and fun games.
Crown Financial - In the world’s economy, success is measured by what you have in your hand. In God’s economy, success is measured by what is in your heart. When you align your beliefs with biblical truth, the right behaviors will follow. Crown exists to help individuals, families, and churches live in financial freedom as a direct result of heart transformation. Getting out of debt, living on a budget, and having money in the bank are important. But if that’s all we did, we would fail in our real mission. For us, stewardship isn’t about ordering your life in such a way that you can spend as much as you want on whatever you want. True stewardship is ordering your life in such a way that God can spend you however He wants to spend you. Led by Walt Cavitt, Room location TBD
Gospel Conversations & Discipleship Making - We know the command that Jesus has given us, but where do we start? How do we start? These are the beginning questions of a Critical Path. How do we get from here to there? This spring, in Gospel Conversations, we will help you develop a Critical Path in every situation by looking at what Jesus did and taught, so you will know how to take any conversation, at any place, and lead it to Jesus. Led by Adam McCampbell, Room location TBD
Love and Respect Marriage by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs illustrates that love best motivates a woman and respect most powerfully motivates a man. In this study, men and women will learn how to resolve conflict, deal with negative reactions, and meet one another’s needs. Led by: Ken and Alice Bost The Fellowship Room
Cost: $20/couple, $10/individual
Theology in Health- A theology (study of God) in health means that your pursuit of healthiness teaches you something about God and His character — the spot where your pursuit of holiness intersects with your pursuit of healthiness. This 8-session study uses a simple path to illuminate this intersection, teaching you how to apply your Christian worldview in your daily pursuit of healthiness. This study will help you move beyond the worldly, socio-cultural narrative and explanation of your behavioral struggles, and find the ‘why’ behind your change is not what the world expects or demands.