Adult Small Group Studies--Winter/Spring 2017


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You can also sign up in Grand Central or by calling the Church Office (252-756-1245)

  • Drop-In Bible Study

    Wednesdays  •  6:15 p.m.  •  Leader:  Carole Swan •  Co-Ed


    This class does a chapter-by-chapter study of a selected book of the Bible. Lasting 30-40 minutes, this class is great for those who need a shorter class period or need to be free to go to choir and for those who prefer not to have additional homework during the week.

  • Men's Bible Study

    Wednesdays  • 6:15 p.m.  •  Leader:  Jack Metts  •  Men


    This class is for men who want to read and discuss one book of the Bible at a time. Bring your Bible and join these men for an hour of study and discussion. This class will meet at the home of Jack Metts. Call the Church Office for information.

  • Ladies Time Out

    Wednesdays  •  6:15 p.m.  •  Leader:  Jessica Breazeale  •  Young Women


    Take a Time-Out in order to spend Time-In! Give yourself a “time-out” to join a group of young women (25-40) committed to spending time in...time in prayer, time in meditation, time in the Word, and time in community. This group will provide self-guided and group activities on Wednesday evenings, allowing women to drop-in as they are able between other Bible study classes, teaching children, or other weekly commitments. Women will also be able to develop deeper one-on-one relationships with others in the group over the semester by participating in weekly dialog and monthly social events.

  • Jesus the King: Understanding the Life and Death of the Son of God Men

    Wednesdays  •  6:15 p.m.  •  Leaders: Wayne Taylor & Jim Naves  •  Men


    Participants will read and discuss this book by Timothy Keller that “unlocks new insights into the life of Jesus Christ as Keller explores how Jesus came as a king, but a king who had to bear the greatest burden anyone ever has.”

  • Vanishing Grace

    Wednesdays  •  5:45 p.m.  • Leaders: Leslie Rogers, April Anderson, & Heather Morse  •  Women


    Participants will read and discuss the book, by Philip Yancey. Yancey continues his look at grace and why the world does not experience it. The book offers stories of “how artists, activists and pilgrims are expressing their faith in ways that disarm even the most cynical critics.”

  • Koinonia Groups

    Wednesdays  •  6:15 p.m.  •  Leaders: Greg Rogers, Beth Thompson & Joshua Breazeale  •  Co-Ed


    Small groups of 10-12 people joining together for community building, worship and study.  The class will experience a time of worship together and read and discuss two books, beginning with A New Kind of Christian by Brian McLaren.  This book is a conversation between a pastor and a high school science teacher that “reveals that wisdom for life’s most pressing spiritual questions can come from the most unlikely sources.”   Join us as we take this journey alongside them.