Adult Groups




A Study led by Jane Purvis/ Timmie Lamar  (Room): A264

Who is Jesus? Why did He come to earth? How can I know Him? 

We live in a world where there’s a lot of confusion about Jesus. Too often people want to shape Him and His message to fit their personal needs or agendas. So how can we know the truth? 

Join in this 8-session search for truth as we unfold the story of our matchless Savior—His mission, miracles, and message. Whether you’ve walked with Him for years or are meeting Him for the first time, this study will deepen your understanding of Jesus through biblical, historical, and cultural insight and help you see Him less as an iconic figure and more as an intimate friend.


Led by Jeannie Ticer (Room): Fellowship Hall

The book of Isaiah is an enormous collection of prophecies. It is not simply a teaching or a historical record; it is the overarching vision of the heart of God revealed to His prophet. Isaiah spans the ages and touches every nation on earth, becoming a collective overview of all that God has planned including the virgin birth of Christ, the Bride of Christ, and the New Jerusalem.


Led by Sandy Hendrix  (Room): C101

Our Special Needs Ministry provides a loving and accepting environment where we are honored to serve God alongside of those who have special needs and their families. We provide adults who have special needs with an opportunity to build a relationship with God through a faith-based midweek group. We use a multi-sensory approach to reinforce biblical truths through interactive Bible stories, crafts, games and in serving their local church with various needs.






Led by Michelle Lorimer (Rooms: Nursery)

Our Wednesday evening activities promote spiritual development through preschool choir, crafts, and Bible lessons for children ages Birth-Kindergarten.






Led by Amy Downs (Room: C101)

Our children learn the fundamentals of music and sing at various times throughout the year during Sunday morning worship. This exciting program provides many artistic experiences from singing and playing instruments to drama elements. Grades 1-5 meet each week at 5:30 pm.



Led by Brian Exum (Room: Tree House in Children’s Wing)

A program that serves as a platform for children 1st through 3rd grade to launch their faith in an effort to explore the vast universe of God's word. Every Wednesday evening you can catch us lifting off into Bible study, worship, and games!


Led by Amy Blagg (Room: C109)

A program for children in 4th and 5th grade to advance their voyage by learning the books of the Bible, focusing on key passages, playing games, and reading devotions.




Led by Andrew Harbor and Drake Downing (Rooms: Middle and High School Worship Rooms)

Midweek is a great chance for our middle and high school students to worship in services that are specifically geared to them. We travel through teaching series together, examining what the Bible has to say about life's tough issues and circumstances we all face.  

Midweek worship services are held every Wednesday night upstairs for grades 6th-8th and 9th-12th from 6:30-7:45 am.



Adult Groups





Led by Davis Caperton (Room: A256)

The orchestra plays during the Sunday morning worship service as well as special events throughout the year. Come and join us as we serve the church through our gift of music.


Led by Tim Magill (Room: Choir Suite)

The worship choir leads us every Sunday morning during the service as well as special events throughout the year. No music reading ability or audition is required. You just need a heart for worship, faithfulness in rehearsals and be able to make a joyful noise. Come and join us as we serve the church through our gift of music.

• Jude: Contending for the Faith

Led by Dr. Derek Westmoreland  (Room: Auditorium)  A verse-by-verse study through the book of Jude. Interpretations of God’s Word widely vary, but the truth is narrow! Come and take this journey as God charges us to not be misled, but to contend for the truth; contend in the faith!


Co-ed led by Daniel Hodges/Guy Hollingsworth (Room: Family Life Center Game Room)

Addiction is not the problem. It is a symptom of a root problem called sin. We believe that absolute freedom from any addiction is available and can be an experienced reality in anyone no matter who you are, where you have been, or what you have done. This program is designed to treat our life-controlling problems Jesus’ way. As God heals our heart of root problems, negative symptoms naturally disappear as well. We can help you or a loved one who may be struggling with depression, anxiety, chemical addiction, sexual addiction, eating disorders, gambling, and a host of other life-controlling problems.



Ladies’ Group led by Pam Hutcheson and Sharon Hambick (Room: A214)

Once a week, women across generations meet together to consider both Biblical principles for living a godly life and practical skills for managing a home. This blend of life on life between the generations serves to create a sweet bond between them.  The in-depth Bible study inspires a deeper faith walk and the development of a Christ-like character. The practical, hands-on instruction consisting of the secrets gleaned from years of experience in home management and hospitality by the older women is an invaluable help to any busy woman. To discover the treasure of community, join our Secrets Savored group.




Men’s Group led by Bart Garey (Room A209-A211) 

There are so many voices out there that are telling you what it means to be a man. Discover God’s design for men with a clear definition and inspiring vision of Authentic Manhood. Authentic Manhood is all about setting men up to live lives of truth, passion, and purpose. Our group will offer clear and practical Biblical insights on God’s design for manhood that are both refreshing and inspiring. We point men to a gospel-centered vision of life that sets them up to enjoy God’s grace as they pursue the promises of His Word.




Led by Carl Cline and Betti Owens (Room: Fellowship Hall)

Practical and straightforward, yet warm and compassionate, this will be an encouragement to many, as grieving people often think something is wrong with them when their grief doesn't proceed neatly as planned and deal with multiple emotions at one time. This support group is here to help address the issues grieving people face but are often hesitant to mention to others. It is meant to build one another up and be there for each other through their loss.