The God We Can Know

Our God wants to be known.  During this 7 week study, we will explore what Jesus meant when He said, “I am…the bread of life; the light of the world; the Good Shepherd; the true vine, the way, the truth and the life, the resurrection and the life.
This interesting study takes us to the Holy Land to see the places Jesus stood as he disclosed his identity.

This class starts on Wednesday, July 1, at 10:00 in Room 123.  This class will be facilitated by Patti Connelly.


Ongoing Studies

Thursday Topical Study

Join Rev. Gene Ammons at 10:00 am each Thursday morning in room 123. Study will be different each week. No book or literature required. Just the Bible! This study will last approximately one hour each week.

Men’s Bible Study

This group of men meets every Saturday morning at 7:00 a.m. in room 200 except Christmas. This inter-generational group of men come together to focus on one book of the Bible at a time.


Past Studies

Counterfeit Gods: The Empty Promises of Money, Sex, and Power, and the Only Hope that Matters, by Timothy Keller Gideon: Your weakness. God’s strength. by Priscilla Shirer Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University Defining “Discipleship” What does it look like in the Gospels?, led by Duke intern Ryan LaRock Companions in Christ, The Way of Prayer,  by Jane E.Vennard and Stephen D. Bryant Sacred Space, a Study of Prayer by Jeff and Carrie McClain Mirror to the Church: Resurrecting Faith after Genocide in Rwanda, by Emmanuel Katongole and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Don’t Sing Songs to a Heavy Heart, by Kenneth C. Haugk Financial Peace University , by Dave Ramsey Jesus and Darwin How do faith and science fit together? led by Dr. Scott St. Clair and Pastor Jason One In A Million: Journey to Your Promised Land, by Priscilla Shirer Financial Peace University, by Dave Ramsey When Christians Get It Wrong, by Adam Hamilton Mercy Triumps, a Beth Moore Study on the book of James What Every Church Member Should Know About Poverty, by Bill Ehlig & Ruby Payne, Ph.D. Christian Caregiving: A Way of Life, by Ken Haugk God’s Big Picture, by Vaughn Roberts Bad Religion, by Ross Douthat Why Jesus Crossed the Road, by Bruce Main


Congratulations to our Disciple Graduates

DiscipleBook (1) Congratulations to the following people who recently completed a Disciple Bible study. The goal of the studies is to develop disciples of Jesus Christ who know and love God’s Word. In Disciple I participants follow a daily pattern of reading and study for 34 weeks, moving through most of the Bible. In Disciple II focuses on the Genesis, Exodus, Luke and Acts over a 32-week period. Participants have completed Disciple I. Disciple IV focuses on the writings of John and Revelation over a 32-week period. Participants have completed Disciple I, and many have completed Disciple II & III, as well. 2014 – Disciple I, led by Jeff & Carrie McClain Sally Anderson, Kelly Broman-Fulks, Bob Bumgarner, Lorraine Clarkson, Donna Lawson, James Lorello, Jessica Lorello, Chris Schoonover, Jenny Schrum, Charlotte Smith, and Sarah Strickland. 2013 – Disciple II, led by Jason Byassee Stephanie Allen, Sally Anderson, Cathy Barr, Lorraine Clarkson, Mary Horn, Kerry Lewis, Charles and Denise Stanley, Ryan Stull 2012 – Disciple I, led by Susan Anderson Kerry Lewis, William Lewis, Harold Tilley 2012 – Disciple IV, led by Maggie Tilley Patsy Anderson, Renee Choate, Margaret Eggers, David Freeman, Cheryl Marshbanks, John Marshbanks 2012 – Disciple I, led by Jason Byassee Jonathan Allen, Sarita Beach, Brendan Byers, Elizabeth Shukis, Caitlin Tremper, Charlie Webster, Mary Ann Younts