Adult Groups


Ladies group led by Timmie Lamar (Room): A264

Starts September 7th

In the midst of hardship, tragedy, and unanswered questions, it’s difficult to glimpse God at work. How do we hold onto our faith during these times? How do we trust God is working all things for our good and His glory? This group will trace the path of Joseph’s life in the Book of Genesis to observe how God’s sovereignty reigns, even in our darkest moments. Learn to recognize when God is working during periods of waiting, trust God’s plan when life doesn’t make sense, and rest in the sufficiency of His presence in every circumstance. His provision is enough, His presence is constant, and His purpose is unstoppable.

Ladies group led by Jeannie Ticer

(Room): Fellowship Hall

Starts September 7th

If you are interested in prophecy, Ezekiel is a choice place to begin your study. This Old Testament book is filled with God-given visions and messages that pertain not only to the situations at the time of writing but also to the future. The book of Ezekiel includes warnings against the ungodly as well as the eternal promises God gives to those who seek to glorify Him. Join us Tuesday’s this fall for the lady’s Bible study.

Led by Sandy Hendrix (Room): C101

Starts September 14th

Our Special Needs Ministry provides a loving and accepting environment where we are honored to serve God alongside of those who have special needs and their families. We provide adults who have special needs with an opportunity to build a relationship with God through a faith-based midweek group. We use a multi-sensory approach to reinforce biblical truths through interactive Bible stories, crafts, games and in serving their local church with various needs.



Led by Dr. Derek Westmoreland (Room: Auditorium)

The book of Daniel

You are invited to participate in this verse-by-verse study led by Pastor Derek. Week after week you will see the character of God as prophecy, faith, courage, integrity, the character of God, the grace of God, and the provision of God are addressed. This study will benefit anyone who desires to be faithful to the Lord through difficult times.


Led by Davis Caperton (Room: A256)

The orchestra plays during the Sunday morning worship service as well as special events throughout the year. Come and join us as we serve the church through our gift of music.


Led by Tim Magill (Room: Choir Suite)

The worship choir leads us every Sunday morning during the service as well as special events throughout the year. No music reading ability or audition is required. You just need a heart for worship, faithfulness in rehearsals and be able to make a joyful noise. Come and join us as we serve the church through our gift of music.

Co-ed led by Daniel Hodges/Guy Hollingsworth (Room: Family Life Center Game Room)

Starts August 11th

Addiction is not the problem. It is a symptom of a root problem called sin. We believe that absolute freedom from any addiction is available and can be an experienced reality in anyone no matter who you are, where you have been, or what you have done. This program is designed to treat our life-controlling problems Jesus’ way. As God heals our heart of root problems, negative symptoms naturally disappear as well. We can help you or a loved one who may be struggling with depression, anxiety, chemical addiction, sexual addiction, eating disorders, gambling, and a host of other life-controlling problems.

Co-ed led by Les and Angela Hayes (Room: A214)

Starts August 11th

Want to breathe life into your marriage? Millions of couples getting married have pledged to “love and to cherish”, until death do us part.” Most of us understand and get the love part… but what does it mean to cherish our spouse? Why do we say it once at the wedding and then rarely even mention it again? Many couples today survive by gritting their teeth and holding on. Or they find themselves just “going through the motions” in their relationship. But cherishing our spouse can reverse the pattern. Cherishing can breathe light, hope, and new life into a marriage- even one marred by neglect and disrespect. So, whether you are newly married, have been married awhile or season in marriage join us to strengthen your marriage.

Co-ed led by Mike and Janet Bures (Room: A210)

Starts August 11th

In The Attributes of God Series, we will look at the misconceptions about God and who He is. God has revealed His character in Scripture, illuminating the attributes that define Him so we can know Him. Join us for a deep dive into the Bible and you might learn something you never knew as we develop a solid foundation for our Christian Worldview.

Men’s Group led by Bart Garey (Room A209-A211)

Starts August 11th

has your six? The mission of the series is to connect men with men. In combat, it’s trained into soldiers. In the church, we need to get past the Saturday pancake breakfast and get real with each other. In this eight-week video series that is designed to create awareness in men that they aren’t the only ones struggling, and that every man needs another man to cover his six (his back). But the series can be equally as powerful as a one-man audience during your quiet time. “Iron sharpens iron, So one man sharpens another.”

Proverbs 27:17


THURSDAYS @ 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM

Ladies’ Group led by Pam Hutcheson and Sharon Hambick (Off-campus at Pam Hutcheson home)

Tentatively Starts August 19th for morning group (9am-12pm) and evening groups (6pm-9pm)

Once a week, women across generations meet together to consider both Biblical principles for living a godly life and practical skills for managing a home. This blend of life on life between the generations serves to create a sweet bond between them. The in-depth Bible study inspires a deeper faith walk and the development of a Christ-like character. The practical, hands-on instruction consisting of the secrets gleaned from years of experience in home management and hospitality by older women is an invaluable help to any busy woman. To discover the treasure of community, join our Secrets Savored group.



Led by Carl Cline and Betti Owens (Room: Fellowship Hall)

Practical and straightforward, yet warm and compassionate, this will be an encouragement to many, as grieving people often think something is wrong with them when their grief doesn’t proceed neatly as planned and deal with multiple emotions at one time. This support group is here to help address the issues grieving people face but are often hesitant to mention to others. It is meant to build one another up and be there for each other through their loss.

Register online by texting the word refuel to 484848 or at a Refuel registration station in the Lobby, Connection Center, Fellowship Hall or Church office.