Equipping Studies

On Sunday evenings at 6:00PM, we have a variety of different activities through the year. For most of the year, we meet in small group studies called Equipping Studies on a variety of biblical topics. During this time we have a nursery for younger children and children's choirs for our preschool and elementary aged children.

Our winter studies will meet February 7-March 28.


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Seven Arrows


In 2021, we are focusing on reading the entire Bible as a church. Seven Arrows is written to aid in the task of reading, understanding, and applying God's word. Using seven simple arrows, this book provides a clear, orderly, and memorable guide for studying any passage of scripture. 


The life you've always wanted

2020 was a difficult year. Spiritual and emotional health suffered for many people, bringing some to lower and darker places than they've ever been. The Life You've Always Wanted is a book that guides you through the rediscovery of basic spiritual disciplines. Through this study, you'll find the tools you need to get back on track spiritually and emotionally. 



ephesians

This inductive study will guide you to a deeper understanding of Paul's letter to the Ephesians. Ephesians gives us wonderful examples and basic overviews of a Christian life. Paul shows us how to walk worthy of Christ as we live for God.


finding truth

Christians today face all kinds of challenges when it comes to understanding who they are and what they're meant to do. In this four-session series, pastor and author Francis Chan invites students into the power and confidence that comes from anchoring their identity, purpose, and relationships in the truth of the Scripture.

Twelve Extraordinary Women

You will be challenged and motivated by this poignant and personal look into the lives of some of the Bible's most faithful women. Their struggles and temptations are the same trials faced by all believers in all ages. And the God to whom they were so committed is the same God who continues to mold and use ordinary people today.