Sunday Night

Life Groups
SUNDAY NIGHTS 5:30-7:30pm
Groups will meet Jan. 14th – March 24th

*No groups meeting on March 10th


  • Foundations in Ruth: Kinsman Redeemer – Grade School Building, Room C105
    Led by Gary Ramey and Cathy Ramey (
    In the days of the Old Testament judges, when “everyone was doing what was right in their own eyes,” God reveals and provides a kinsman redeemer who changes everything. The impacts, opportunities, and possibilities continue today.
    — Small group inductive format with observation, application, and connections to Old and New Testaments. —
    Six sessions: Jan. 14, 21, 28 and Feb. 4, 18, 25


  • What do you believe? – Grade School Building, Room C202
    Led by Carol Ivey (, Staci Barham and Casey McPherson
    Please join us as we continue our study of technology and theology. We will major on the practical aspects of the effect of technology on our faith and daily life, specifically how our technology changes us and how we can rediscover wisdom in this technological age. Join us for great discussion and fellowship!


  • The Bible Project, Plus – The Torah – Grade School Building, Room C204
    Led by Dale Short (
    After a review of some Biblical fundamentals, we’re going to use The Bible Project videos as a launching pad to begin to understand the outline and overall thrusts of the books of the Torah. The “Plus” part will consist of outlines and discussions of select major subjects found in each book. Ultimately, our desire is to know the Lord better so we can worship Him in a truly spiritual manner (John 4:23-24).


  • Breaking Bread – Grade School Building, Room C108
    Led by Jordan Sherrod (
    A simple life connection group for people of all ages to get to know other people in the name of Jesus as they eat together. “And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, to the breaking bread the prayers” (Acts 2:42). This is group is perfect for those that are longing for a connection. *Due to class size limitations, we have created an interest form for the next group, which you can fill out here.
    Three sessions: Jan. 14, 21, 28


  • Early Church History – Grade School Building, Room C203
    Led by Ryan Denison (
    Studying church history is a way to remind us how so many of the questions and struggles we face are not unique to us. Christians have been wrestling with how to remain faithful in a fallen world for the better part of two thousand years, and the sense of hope and perspective that comes from knowing their story can teach us how to do the same today. In this group, we’ll trace the church’s journey from less than 200 “uneducated, common” people to the dominant force in western culture and thought. Join us as we look at the story of our faith from the time of Christ through the Crusades!