Adult Study Groups
Find community and grow in your spiritual walk through our adult discipleship groups.
Our groups connect on-site with in-person meetings, in a hybrid format (on-site and online), and/or on Zoom.
Grab-and-Go Book Pickup: Study books are on shelves in the church entrance (Door #2), Monday to Thursday, 9:00am-4:00pm, Firdays 9:00am to noon and Sunday mornings. Leave money in the box, in the office if it’s open, or pay online.
Themed and Short-Term Studies
Short-term studies explore specific themes (e.g., discipleship topics, spiritual growth, social justice, seasonal studies).
Walking as Spiritual Practice
Weekday Study Groups
Weekday studies meet on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Friday mornings.
Men’s Early Morning Bible Study: Simply Good News
Wednesdays, April 20-June 22 | 6:30-7:15 AMLed by Pastor Brian White | Room B/C + Online | Books $14
Pastor’s Bible Study: Simply Good News
Wednesdays, April 20-June 22 | 9:00-10:00 AM Led by Pastor Brian White | Room B/C + Online | Books $14
The Gospel means good news. But if the message has been around for 2,000 years, what makes it significant today? What’s so “good” about stories involving damnation, violence, and a God who sacrifices his only son? Bible scholar N.T. Wright shows how Christians today have lost sight of what the “good news” of the gospel really is. In Simply Good News, Wright takes us back in time to reveal how the gospel’s original audience in the 1st century would have received Jesus’ message. He offers a clear and thoughtful analysis of what the “good news” really is, applies it to our lives today, and reveals its power to transform us.
Wednesday AM Study
Wholehearted Faith by Rachel Held Evans
Led by Joan Dunn & Lydia Fourman | Room J/K | Books $18
Author Rachel Held Evans is widely recognized for her theologically astute, profoundly honest, and beautifully personal books, which have guided, instructed, edified, and shaped Christians as they seek to live out a just and loving faith. Her reflections on faith and life continue to encourage, challenge, and influence even after her tragic death in 2019 at age 37. This rich collection of essays asks candid questions about the stories we’ve been told—and the stories we tell—about our faith, our selves, and our world.
This book is for the doubter and the dreamer, the seeker and the sojourner, those who long for a sense of spiritual wholeness and those who have been hurt by the Church but can’t seem to let go of Jesus’s story. Through theological reflection and personal recollection, Rachel wrestles with God’s grace and love, looks unsparingly at what the Church is and does, and explores universal human questions about becoming and belonging in this unforgettable, moving, and intimate book.
Thursday AM Study
Forgiving What You Can’t Forget by Lysa TerKeurst
Thursdays, April 14-May 19 | 9:30-11:00 AM
Friday AM Study
Chasing Vines by Beth Moore
Fridays, April 15-May 20 | 9:30-11:00 AM Led by Stephanie Cohen | Online + Room B/C | Study Guide $11 or Full Book $14. (Book/study guide bundle price is $20).
Does the field of your life feel like rocky soil? Beloved Bible teacher Beth Moore explores the ways God delights in watching things grow–and how the vineyard holds the secret to a more abundant and meaningful life as we abide in the vine of Christ. If you’ve ever tended your own garden, you know that the fruit is the most delicious when you’ve seen it grow. As she traces the metaphor through Scripture, Beth Moore uncovers how every part of our own lives—even the rockiest soil—can be used to make a difference for God’s kingdom.