Whether you are looking for a continuous Sunday morning class or a limited time Bible study, we have plenty of options for you to choose from.
Opportunities to Connect to God… and develop close friendships in the process! We offer small group studies that help you grow, connect or reconnect to God and to others.
Wednesdays, September 20 – October 25th, 5:30 –
6:30 p.m., Joyce Whitfield/Larry Kaufman. CLC 209 Everyone has unique goodbyes--times of losing
someone or something that has given life meaning and value. With the touch of a
poet, Joyce Rupp offers her wisdom on "these experiences of leaving behind
and moving on, the stories of union and separation that are written in all our
hearts." Praying Our Goodbyes, Rupp says, is about the
spirituality of change.
The Good and Beautiful Life
Tuesdays, September 12 – November 28th, 9:30 – 11:00 am., Donna May. CLC 209"I have never met a person whose goal was to ruin his or her life. We all want to be happy, and we want it all of the time." So begins James Bryan Smith in The Good and Beautiful Life. The problem is, he tells us, we have bought into false notions of happiness and success. These self-centered decisions lead us further into the vices that cause ruin: anger, lust, lying, worry and judging. Eventually we find ourselves living a beautifully packaged life of self-destruction. Following the Sermon on the Mount, this follow-up to The Good and Beautiful God guides us to look behind these character flaws and to replace our false beliefs with Jesus' narratives about life in the kingdom of God.
Into The Word, Into the World, (Disciple II)
Mondays, Beginning September 11, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m., Priscilla Harper Cook. CLC 211 This thirty-two week study offers a deeper examination of Genesis, Exodus, Luke, and Acts, emphasizing the rhythm of coming to God and going for God... approaching all experiences of life as opportunities for faithful witness and service.
Deeper in the Word CLC 201 - Rev David Moselely
Mark, the Southern Gospel CLC 211- Rev Bill Sardin
Deeper in the Spirit CLC203 - Rev Teresa Holt
Wednesday evenings, 6-7:30 p.m. beginning September 6th. Join us this year, as we journey together exploring What If? What if our lives could be so much more! What if following Jesus gave us a more focused abundant life! We will begin each month with a What if? Conference that will help you become more focused in your life followed by three options that will help you grow deeper in your faith.
We have many types of small groups that meet regularly on Sunday morning. If you would like more information about ongoing adult small groups, contact Rev. Teresa Holt at 501.623.6668, ext 116.
Room Key Code
E – Education Building Facing Central Avenue
S – Below Sanctuary
CLC – Christian Life Center
For more information, contact person listed under each class or Rev. Teresa Holt at email@example.com or 501-623-6668, ext 116.
A small group of singles and couples in their mid-late thirties and early forties.
Contact: Dana Threadgill: Dana.Threadgill@Mercy.Net or Cindy Stephens: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A group composed of couples and singles from mid 50's and up. The Building Horizon's Class looks at biblically based solutions to today’s challenges.
Contact: Terri Bachelor, email@example.com
A fellowship for single and married adults of all ages, who are interested in furthering their spiritual growth through well-defined studies of the Bible and religious literature. Be prepared for thought-provoking lessons and lots of discussion!
Contact: Karen Dooley: firstname.lastname@example.org or Monica Shults: @email@example.com.
A caring group of mature adults composed of excellent teachers. This class is committed to mission and willingly participates in any church need, including sponsoring a family at Christmas. New members are welcome to join their faith-in-action and caring fellowship.
Contact: Priscilla Harper: firstname.lastname@example.org
A 60’s + group dedicated to the study of God’s word and its meaning for daily living and sharing Christ’s love and concern for each other and others.
Contact: Ann Carrithers: email@example.com .
A class of women, age 50+, who enjoy class discussion on a variety of issues. Social events and service projects are a regular part of class activities.
Contact: Gail Elsea: firstname.lastname@example.org or Carolyn Watts: email@example.com.
A small group composed of 30 and 40 year olds.
Contact: Christy Campbell: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Couples and singles ages 60 and above who participate in Bible studies related to current issues. Members rotate teaching and leading discussions. Fellowship and class service are highly valued.
Contact: Sue Polk: email@example.com
A small group of those in their late 40’s – 60’s both singles and couples.
Contact: Elizabeth Alderman: firstname.lastname@example.org
An eclectic group age 50+ who participate in a variety of Christian studies on the Bible, beliefs, changing church and world, religious studies – historical and contemporary, with the aid of DVD’s and lively discussion.
Contact: Kay Borg: email@example.com