Fellowship Meal

Come fellowship together each Wednesday night from 4:30-6:00pm in the Gym and Fellowship Hall. The cost is $5 per person with a $20 family max. Kids meal is $2.

September Menu

Sept 7 - Taco Salad (kids: pizza)
Sept 14 - Fried Chicken (kids: chicken legs)
Sept 21 - Beef Tips/Rice (kids: hot dog)
Sept 28 - Spaghetti (kids: grilled cheese)


Midweek Bible Study - Discipleship University

This new Bible study begins August 24th at 6:00pm. Numerous classes will be offered, in a range of areas to help you become a disciple of Jesus Christ. Courses range from six to eleven weeks and will be offered multiple times for you to earn a well-rounded education on discipleship!

Course Descriptions

Living With Jesus

These classes are designed to help you understand the very basics of what it means to be in a relationship with Jesus. If you are trying to find ways to introduce Jesus to someone else, or you yourself are trying to navigate what it means to live with Jesus, the courses offered in this section will accomplish that.

Responding to Atheists

Course: Responding to Atheists
Facilitator: Robin Foshee
Audience: Anyone
Start/End Dates: August 24-September 28 (6 weeks)
Location: C302
Method: Video/Discussion

Many Christians encounter claims denying the existence of God.

  • "There's too much evil in the world for God is exist."
  • "The Bible is just a bunch of made up fairy tales, none of that really happened."
  • "We don't need God, we have science."

These comments are heard frequently, but how should we respond? Answers like "just have faith" or "the Bible says it, so I believe it" just don't cut it anymore, especially with non-believers. Christians must understand why we believe what we believe. The evidence is there, we simply need to study it!

In this series, you'll learn to graciously and confidently respond to common objections that atheists and skeptics often hurl at believers. You'll learn from experts in apologetics like author and international speaker Dr. Sean McDowell, former homicide detective and best-selling author J. Warner Wallace, and others.

Living Like Jesus

These courses are designed to help someone learn the importance of becoming like Jesus in every part of their life. It is important to allow Jesus to infiltrate your life as a parent, in your marriage, as man, as a woman, and every other aspect of your life.

Finding I Am by Lysa Terkeurst

Course: Finding I Am by Lysa Terkeurst
Facilitator: Traci Newell
Audience: Women
Start/End Dates: August 24-September 28 (6 weeks)
Location: C304
Method: Video/Discussion
Cost: Participants Guide- $10

What is the deep cry of your heart? That ache in your soul that keeps you up at night? The prayer you keep repeating? Jesus not only cares about this deep, spiritual wrestling, but He also wants to step in and see you through it.

Join Lysa TerKeurst on the streets of Israel to explore the seven I AM statements of Jesus found in the Gospel of John.

Free of Me by Sharon Miller

Facilitator: Mary Beth Baccus
Audience: Women
Start/End Dates: October 5-November 2 (5 weeks)
Location: C304
Method: Video/Discussion
Cost: Participants Guide- $10

We live in a culture that's all about self, becoming the best “me” I can be instead of becoming like Jesus. This me-centered message affects every area of our lives—our friendships, families, self-image, even our faith—and it negatively impacts each one. The self-focused life robs our joy, shrinks our souls, and is the reason we never quite break free of insecurity.

In this 5-part series, Sharon Hodde Miller invites us into a bigger, Jesus-centered vision—one that restores our freedom and inspires us to live for more. Based on her book Free of Me, this study unveils our deepest insecurities and equips us to focus on God and others instead of ourselves. Discover a purpose bigger than “project me” and experience freedom from the burden of self-focus.

Kingdom Man by Tony Evans

Facilitator: Bobby Mason
Audience: Men
Start/End Dates: August 24-September 28 (6 weeks)
Location: C307
Method: Video/Discussion
Cost: Participants Guide $10

In Kingdom Man, Tony Evans, challenges and equips men to fully understand their position under God as well as their position over what God has given them. It provides concepts men can follow that will help them to actively pursue ways to maximize and develop the character qualities of biblical manhood in their lives.

DivorceCare

Facilitator: Harold Misenhimer
Audience: Anyone who has been divorced
Start/End Dates: August 17-November 9 (13 weeks)
Location: D138
Method: Support Group, Video/Discussion
Cost: Participants Guide $10

DivorceCare is a safe place where caring people come alongside you as you find healing from the pain of separation or divorce. At this 13-week, video-based support group program, you’ll find helpful counsel to manage the emotional turmoil and practical tools for decision-making.

Cherish by Gary Thomas

Course: Cherish by Gary Thomas
Facilitators: Jamie and Nikki O’Dell
Audience: Married/Engaged Couples
Start/End Dates: August 24-September 28 (6 weeks)
Location: C312
Method: Video/Discussion
Cost: Participants Guide $10

Millions of couples getting married have pledged to "love and to cherish", until death do us part." Most of us understand and get the love part... but what does it mean to cherish our spouse? In this six-session video Bible study, bestselling author Gary Thomas draws on personal stories and teachings from the Bible to show how cherishing can have a powerful effect on marriage. Learning to truly cherish each other turns marriage from an obligation into a delight. It lifts marriage above a commitment to a precious priority. Cherish is the melody that makes a marriage sing.

Lessons for Living

Course: Lessons for Living
Facilitator: Pastor Buddy Champion
Audience: Anyone
Start/End Dates: August 24-November 2 (11 weeks)
Location: Fellowship Hall
Method: Lecture/Discussion

Nehemiah had to navigate a difficult situation with difficult people to accomplish what God had called him to do. Join Pastor Buddy has he walks through the book of Nehemiah to help you understand valuable lessons for your life.

Preparing to Parent

Course: Preparing to Parent
Facilitator: Greg and Beth Williams
Audience: Expecting/New Parents
Start/End Dates: August 24-September 28 (6 weeks)
Location: C311
Method: Video/Discussion
Synopsis: Being a new parent can be daunting and at times haunting! In this course you will gather with other new parents and learn valuable insights to help bring peace and direction to your home and family.

Living For Jesus

These courses are designed to help mature believers live for Jesus by replicating themselves in others. These courses will prepare you to embark upon the exciting endeavor of making-disciples. In addition, these courses will equip you to live on mission and see the people God has placed in your sphere of influence as people who need to be discipled.

Introduction to Disciple-Making

Course: Introduction to Disciple-making
Facilitator: Jeff Gardner
Audience: Anyone
Start/End Dates: August 24-November 2 (11 weeks)
Location: C303
Method: Discussion/Practice
Resources: Replicate by Robby Gallaty

Intro to Disciple-making will equip participants to play their part in fulfilling the Great Commission. We will gain a better understanding of the Biblical foundation for disciple-making, study principles for disciple-making, look at ways to overcome the obstacles to disciple-making in our culture, and practice leading a huddle.


Activities For Preschoolers, Children and Students

  • Preschool: 6-7pm | Babies - 2 Years (Childcare) | 3K - 5K (TeamKID)
  • Children: 5:30pm in Children's Worship Room where $1 pizza is served; 6:00pm: 1st - 3rd graders in D203 (Acts 1:8) | 4th - 5th graders in C412 (412)
  • Students: Middle School Worship - 6:00pm in the Middle School space (hangout time is 5:15-6:00pm) | High School Worship - 7:00pm in the High School space (hangout time is 6:00-7:00pm) | $1 pizza and $1 drinks/candy available

Ministry of Praise Rehearsal

  • Choir: 6:15pm in the Music Suite
  • Orchestra: 6:45pm in the Worship Center