Sunday Growth Groups

But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To him be the glory both now and to the day of eternity. Amen.

2 Peter 3:18

The Well Youth Class (Room 210) - 9AM

Led by Brad Russell
Studying: The Book of Ruth
The Well Youth Ministry is focused on encouraging Junior High & Senior High students to relate, grow, and lead. Developing students as leaders is a goal of The Well.

Life Truths  (Room 211 or Zoom meeting) - 9AM

Led by Matt Sherman
Studying: The Book of Ephesians
Join Matt studying the Word of God through the Book of Ephesians and learn how the Church comes to full spiritual maturity in Christ.

College Class (Room 212) - 9AM

Led by Mike Johnson
Studying: From God To Us Revised and Expanded: How We Got Our Bible by Norman Geisler
Join Mike in a study on Basics and Biblical Foundations.

Letters to the church  (Room 201) - 9AM

Led by Brett and Sara Boggs
Studying: Letters to the Church by Francis Chan
Letters to the Church reminds us of how powerful, how glorious the Church once was and calls us to once again be the Church God intended us to be. If God had it His way, what would your church look like? Join us to discuss and learn from this book from Francis Chan. Brett and Sara Boggs will lead this class.

  Women's Summer Class (Room 210) - 10:30AM

Led by Stacey O'Brien
Studying: Jesus, John and John The Baptist
Jesus- fully God, fully man. Do we truly understand this foundational biblical truth? Do we believe it? Come with us as we will study the Gospel of John verse by verse.
We will unpack the teachings of the Johns (both the apostle/author and The Baptist), as they reveal the mystery of the Glory of God, as the Word became flesh. Bring your bibles, NO additional book or study guide needed for this class. 

Theology 101 (Zoom meeting) - 3PM

Led by Mike Burt
Studying: Theology 101
Theology 101 - a survey of Systematic Theology.  Learn what Systematic Theology is and why it is essential to the believer.  Pastor Mike will show you the other types of theology and why we study them too.