Topical Discussion Groups

So you…

       …have a high school senior?

       …are going to retire?

       …have a kindergartener?

Do any of these sound like you? If so, you’re in luck! Join us for the study that sounds most like you – beginning this summer and into the early fall. Details & registration below!

So you have a high school senior…

Do you have an upcoming senior in high school?  Come join us!

  • 4-week series, Sundays, July 11 – August 1, 2021, 5:00-6:30pm in A102 (off Hamill Court)
  • Leaders:  Chris and Shannon Brandt, Ross and Melissa Morris, Dan and Susan Norton, Jim and Jill Perry

The senior year of your child. Wow!  What a momentous year this is and what an apprehensive year it can be!  There are so many changes on the horizon.

You are invited to join us and find a place of connection, support, Biblical inspiration, and practical information along with other parents of seniors facing similar hopes, expectations, and uncertainties that come during this year. The leaders of this series have been where you are now and are eager to walk along side as you embark on the journey.  

For more information contact Shannon Brandt: or Jill Perry: Register using the form below!

So you are going to retire…

Additional info coming soon. 

6-week series led by Jimmy Lawrence
Mondays, July 26-August 30, 2021
5:30 – 7pm.

So you have a kindergartener…

4-week series led by Jamie Donaldson

Sunday mornings, August 8 – 29, 2021


So you... Series Registration

Studies & Small Groups

    • Zoom only option (Book Club)
      • The God Who Sees: Immigrants, the Bible, and the Journey to Belong by Karen Gonzalez, 8 weeks
        • Tuesday evenings at 7:30pm starting Tuesday, June 8, Led by Joe Davis
        • Meeting virtually via zoom.
        • Immigration advocate Karen Gonzalez recounts her family’s migration from Guatemala to the US while weaving in the sweeping epic of immigrants and refugees in Scripture. This is a book to help us welcome immigrants in our community and learn about ways to seek justice in our immigration system. Find the power of Jesus, a refugee Savior who calls us to become citizens in a country not of this world.  Purchase book here: The God Who Sees: Immigrants, the Bible, and the Journey to Belong (
    • In-person options
      • Bible Study
        • Revelation for Today, 6 weeks
        • Sunday evenings at 5pm starting Sunday, June 13, Led by Sarah Goolsby
        • Meeting in person, room A113 (Zoom in, optional)
        •  For many, reading the book of Revelation is a challenging experience.  Most of us are unfamiliar with this kind of literature, and we find its imagery strange and even grotesque at times.  In fact, Revelation has much to teach us about how we might live in today’s often-troubled world.  Join us for a journey through this confusing, yet profoundly hopeful book of the Bible.
      • Book Club
        • Let Us Dream: The Path to a Better Future, by Pope Francis, 4 weeks
        • Sunday evenings at 5pm starting Sunday, July 11, Led by Julie Hare
        • Meeting in person, room A107 (Zoom in, optional)
        •  This year has been overwhelming, leaving many of us sad and anxious about what the future holds.  In this book, written in collaboration with his biographer, Austen Ivereigh, Pope Francis explains why we must – and how we can — make the world safer, fairer, and healthier for all people now. Purchase your book here:

Summer Studies Registration

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