Sunday morning Bible study and small group opportunities meet from 9:45 – 10:45 AM. Below is a listing of the individual groups, and the location where they meet. Our adult groups are not defined by specific age. Many in the classes do share a similarity in life and interest.
College Bible Study, Room F-319
Teachers: Jay & Lori Ragsdale
Bible study, discussion, and opportunities for involvement in the life of the church, for undergraduate and graduate students.
Young Couples, Room F-318
Teachers: Bill & Donna Hopper, Chris & Mary Conley
Young adults who are beginning families, careers, and connections come together for fellowship, relationships, and support. Weekly Bible study values discussion combining scriptural insights with practical perspectives for daily living.
Well, Room e-112
Teacher: Evelyn McNair
Jesus offers the woman at the well the opportunity to drink water that gives life. Described as Women Embodying Love and Laughter, the class includes young women building relationships with one another and with God through weekly scripture study and fellowship.
Ten-Ten-Ten, Room S-302
Teachers: Paula & Charlie Hooper, Ches Smith, Genie Chamberlin, Jennifer Baxley
Active, involved adults who enjoy Bible study designed for group discussion and input. Emphasizing biblical principles, weekly lessons address pertinent topics including healthy relationships, personal growth, child rearing and application of faith to daily living.
Callaway-Wilcox, Room F-316/317
Teachers: Larry Divers, Ray Noblet, Alan Reddish, La Reece Reynolds, Fred Young
A diverse and caring group that gathers weekly for fellowship with one another, renewal of their commitment to God, to minister to each other, and to study scripture. Follows the Formations literature lesson series.
Disciples, Room E-111
Teachers: Ann Giddens, Mike & Linda Lacy, Jim & Jane Hubert, Margaret Earnest, Jon & Dana Ambrose, Al Henderson, Jana Thompson, Phil & Marcia Caskey, Nancy Moon
Adults, married & single (children high school to young adult), Literature-based Bible study format; class has strong emphasis on community missions and church service. Teaching responsibility rotates providing creativity and variety in presentations and discussions.
Friendship, Room S-303
Facilitators: Mary Colley, Tony & Betty Conner, Janice Hume, John Knowlton, David Matheny
Class chooses several books each year to read and discuss in order to deepen our understanding of the Bible and share our faith journeys in an open and accepting group. Adults of all ages are welcome.
Aderhold, Room S-104
Teachers: Elizabeth Eidson, Betty Jane Farrall, Sharon McArthur
A caring fellowship of women devoted to Bible study and class interaction. The class also shares a committed mission-oriented focus.
Karen, Room S-103
Teachers: Randan Ashmore, Sallyanne Barrow, Doug Martin, Helen Mills, Carl Monk
Adults (college-aged and adult children; also many experience sandwich generation challenges). Sessions are focused each week on the Sunday Lectionary Scriptures. Participants engage in discussion of these scriptures in search of God’s message and meaning for their lives.
Joe Callaway, Church Parlor
Teachers: Gary Blasingame, Ed & Nancy Dempsey, Tal DuVall, Jerry Gouge, David Matheny
Adults, married and single, who enjoy Bible study and supportive relationships. Share teaching rotation that uses a literature-based Bible study with discussion.
The following two classes meet in assembly each week at 9:45 in Room E-108/109.
Jewel/Dorcas Snow, Room E-110
Teachers: Marjorie DeLozier, Doris Oglesby
Mature women’s Bible study class. Class format combines a literature-based study with a presentation style.
B & P, Room E-109
Teachers: Ed Best, Joe Clark, Don Edwards, Joe Harney, Del Wade
Mature men’s Bible study class. Class format combines a literature-based study with a presentation style. Literature based.