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Adult Small Groups

Adult Discipleship


Bible Alive: This Sunday morning adult study uses material from Cokesbury's Adult Bible Study Lesson Series, which explores the Biblical message and how to apply it to daily life. Sunday mornings at 9:45 am Room 202.

The Bible Says What?!: This class meets Sunday mornings at 11:00 am in Room 202 and discusses whatever the class wants to for a four-week period. Following the end of the four-week study, the class selects another topic (book of the Bible, book study, social events) they would like to explore and how it relates to the Bible. Teachers: Andrew LaBar-Dietz and Kim Ness.


Tuesday Mornings: A book discussion group reading ancient and modern texts of spirituality and theology. Facilitator: Andrew LaBar-Dietz, Tuesdays 9 am, 205.


Page Turners Book Club: A monthly book club that meets at various places in the community every second Thursday of each month. Contact: MJ Pearson.


Men's Breakfast: A weekly gathering of men for breakfast, devotion, and prayer. Saturdays at 8am starting September 12. Contact: John Buckley.


Ruth Circle: A monthly gathering of women on the first Tuesday of the month at 9:30 am for fellowship, study, and service, September through May. Contact: Diane Wilson. 

Special Summer Book Studies



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Beginning on June 12th, Andrew will be teaching a  small group focusing on The Good Place, a comedy TV series that ran for four seasons exploring philosophy, the afterlife, and the nature of good and evil. Each week we will watch a single 20 minute episode and then discuss the episode as a group. The group will meet on Sunday afternoons at 2:30pm.

Join Kim this summer in reading The Apostle: A Life of Paul by John Pollock. The Apostle
masterfully combines careful adherence to the biblical text, detailed research, and a storyteller's gift to create a book equally relevant for both casual readers fascinated by Paul's life and serious biblical scholars. We will meet Monday evenings beginning June 27 at 6:00 pm via Zoom.

This summer the Tuesday Morning Group will be reading 24/6 by Matthew Sleeth beginning on June 7th. This book explores the idea of Sabbath in the 21st century and how we can embody a spiritual life in a world that has become enslaved to technology. This group meets on Tuesday mornings at 9am.

To sign up for any of these studies, click here.

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