CURRENT Connect groups

Connect Groups are a time for us to gather together on Wednesday nights from 6:00 PM to 7:15 PM. 

Below are three groups currently meeting. These are open groups that you can join at any time. 

  • Defending Your Faith: An Introduction to Apologetics

    (This study is paused for now. We will update when class resumes.)

    God calls us to be "prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks" (1 Peter 3:15). One cannot make a defense (1 Peter 3:15), contend for the faith (Jude 3), defend the gospel (Philippians 1:16), or refute those who contradict sound doctrine (Titus 1:9) without being equipped. This is God's command to us no matter our situation or conversation and each one of us can do this with the effective use of reason. Join us for this study in apologetics to be equipped to follow God's command to firmly defend our Christian faith without condemning the hearer and to build up your faith and hope in Christ. 

    Cost for the book is $11. Class runs from September 6, 2023 to May 15, 2024 and is facilitated by Roger Smith. 

  • Women's Bible Study: The Cost of Control

    Join us beginning Wednesday, March 27th, at 6:15 PM for a new 6-session Women's Bible Study, "The Cost of Control" by Sharon Hodde Miller.

    We often claim to have everything under control - whether it's our hectic family schedules, deadlines at work, or unexpected problems that throw us off track - but do we, really? Control can trick us into thinking we can gain comfort, security, and peace through our own efforts. But even though we might think we have a handle on our lives, God is the only one fully in control.

    In this 6-session series, we will discuss the way control can cost us a lot more than we could ever imagine - and how we can walk in faith knowing God is in complete control.

    There is no cost for this study. Class runs from March 27th to May 1st and is facilitated by Janie York.

  • Bible Study: The Book of 1 Corinthians

    Do you find it hard to get along with others in your life, even other Christians? How about remaining sexually pure or loving others more than you love yourself? If so, you are not alone. This is something we all struggle with from time to time, and it is nothing new. 

    In the book of 1 Corinthians, we find the Apostle Paul writing to the church in Corinth to deal with issues like these. His answer to them for their struggles is to see every part of life through the gospel. The reality, as Paul teaches it, is that because of the resurrection of Jesus, we have a reason for church unity, a motivation for sexual integrity, the power to love others more than ourselves, and a true victory over death. 

    Beginning on September 6th, we will open our Bibles and walk through this amazing and challenging book, verse by verse. Pastor Nathan and Darrell Akers will be leading the study. Feel free to join us every week or whenever possible. 

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