To register for one of these upcoming groups you may go to the Connect Desk or click the button below.

TUESDAYS @ 9:30 AM

Ladies group led by Timmie Lamar (Room): Gathering Place

Begins January 10th

Is it unloving or selfish to set a boundary? And what does the Bible instruct us to do when a relationship is no longer safe or sustainable? Lysa Terkeurst has asked these hard questions in the midst of her own relational struggles. Building upon and further unpacking the scriptural concepts in Good Boundaries and Goodbyes, this study will equip you to:

  • Determine the appropriate amount of personal and emotional access someone has to you.
  • Stop being misled and emotionally paralyzed by wrongly interpreted or weaponized Scriptures.
  • Overcome the frustrating cycle of ineffective boundary-setting with biblical principles and practical strategies to help you communicate, keep, and implement healthier patterns.
  • Be equipped to say goodbye when a relationship has shifted from difficult to destructive by studying three types of goodbyes found in God’s Word.

Ladies group led by Jeannie Ticer (Room): Fellowship Hall

Starts back January 3rd

Ephesians is one of the New Testament’s shortest books in terms of word count; it is perhaps the most applicable to today’s culture. This epistle also provides Paul’s most direct address about the life of a disciple of Jesus, you. Paul conveyed his pastoral heart for the Ephesian believers by focusing on who they were in Christ. Specifically, he addressed issues related to their new life, the community of believers, the pursuits of unity and holiness, and life’s challenges.

Led by Sandy Hendrix & Melinda Forsythe (Room): C101

Starts back January 10th

Our Special Needs Ministry provides a loving and accepting environment where we provide an opportunity to build a relationship with God through a faith-based mid-week group. We use a multi-sensory approach to reinforce biblical truths through interactive Bible stories, crafts, and games. This ministry serves the church by helping with tasks related to special events and also enjoy times of fellowship off campus (zoo, bowling, museums, etc.).

WEDNESDAYS FROM 5:00 PM - 6:00PM

Located in the Fellowship Hall

Please bring your family and enjoy food and fellowship from 5-6 P.M.

Meal Cost: Adults – $6.50  Children – $4.00  Family max – $30.00  Take-out meals will be an additional $0.50 per meal.

Reservations must be made by noon on the Tuesday before the meal.

Register online at https://fbcmillington.tpsdb.com/OnlineReg/1101. You can also go by the Connect Desk or contact the church office at 901-872-2264.

WEDNESDAYS @ 6:00 PM

Co-ed led by Les and Angela Hayes & Gail Faust (Room): A264
Begins January 4th

Grief Share is for people grieving the death of a family member or friend. It may be hard for you to feel optimistic about the future right now. If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you’ve probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel.

This can be a confusing time when you feel isolated and have many questions about things you’ve never faced before.

We understand that there are other losses in life that create feelings of grief. You might be experiencing a job loss, a divorce, estrangement from a child, or the loss of friends because of a move. This grief is real, but it is not the kind of grief discussed in Grief Share sessions. Contact the church office for more information at 901-872-2264 or register at https://www.griefshare.org/groups/159250

Co-ed led by Gary & Marilyn Elam (Room): A239
Begins January 4th

No matter what the circumstances, divorce is a painful process for people. We understand how deeply people and families are hurt by divorce, and we want you to know about our Divorce Care group. It’s a place where people can find that they can begin putting their lives back together again. Divorce Care is a safe place where caring people come alongside you as you find healing from the pain of separation or divorce. At this support group, you’ll find helpful counsel to manage the emotional turmoil and practical tools for decision-making. Contact the church office for more information at 901-872-2264 or register at https://www.divorcecare.org/groups/159195

WEDNESDAYS @ 6:30 PM

Led by Dr. Derek Westmoreland (Room): Fellowship Hall
Begins January 4th

A church consists of imperfect people and therefore there is no perfect church. However, the church in Thessalonica is an example of a healthy church. In these letters written to this great church, we find them being praised for their faithfulness, exhorted to continue to stand firm against hatred, and motivated to press on as they eagerly look forward to the return of Christ. If you long to be fed and challenged in a verse-by-verse manner, then this 2 Thessalonians study is for you.  

Co-ed led by Daniel Hodges & Guy Hollingsworth (Room): A214
Begins January 4th

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 group 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.

Ladies group led by Rhonda Stalb (Room): A210

Begins January 4th

Is it unloving or selfish to set a boundary? And what does the Bible instruct us to do when a relationship is no longer safe or sustainable? Lysa Terkeurst has asked these hard questions in the midst of her own relational struggles. Building upon and further unpacking the scriptural concepts in Good Boundaries and Goodbyes, this study will equip you to:

  • Determine the appropriate amount of personal and emotional access someone has to you.
  • Stop being misled and emotionally paralyzed by wrongly interpreted or weaponized Scriptures.
  • Overcome the frustrating cycle of ineffective boundary-setting with biblical principles and practical strategies to help you communicate, keep, and implement healthier patterns.
  • Be equipped to say goodbye when a relationship has shifted from difficult to destructive by studying three types of goodbyes found in God’s Word.

Men’s Group led by Bart Garey & Ron Wells (Room): A209-A211

Begins January 4th

God has created men to have incredible strength. But today’s culture has hijacked masculinity, distorting strength into passivity and abuse.

In this Bible study series, pastor Joby Martin invites men to embrace God’s definition of masculinity and to step into His calling upon their lives to wield their strength on behalf of others. God has designed men to be protectors, providers, and defenders. When men act like men, everyone flourishes.

Co-ed group led by Billy Skinner (Room): A212

Begins January 4th

Hundreds of years before Christ’s birth, the people of Judah were in full rebellion. As their depravity grew and destruction loomed, a lone prophet was given an enormous task: call God’s people back to Him. In this study you will learn what to do when things don’t seem to work out and examines events that led to the fall of Israel, while exploring the heart and mission of a prophet who decided to stand for the Lord no matter what. There is no portion of the Old Testament more fascinating than that of the prophets and none among them more intriguing than the prophet Jeremiah.  Jeremiah is the most “human” of all the prophets and the one with whom people can most easily identify.  He was sensitive, compassionate, uncompromising, and courageous.  He was also introspective, lonely, and given to alternating moods of exaltation and despair. Though known as the weeping prophet, his tears were not symptoms of weakness, but concern for his people.

 
 

Led by Davis Caperton (Room) : Auditorium

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 the ability to make a joyful noise. Come and join us as we serve the church through our gift of music.

 
 

1ST AND 3RD THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH @ 10:00 AM

Led by Carl Cline & Betti Owens (Room): Gym Game Room

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