Formation happens in community.

Being integrated into a strong ecosystem of groups and friendships is essential for authentic discipleship.

DISCIPLESHIP GROUPS are gospel-centered gatherings where people discover and deepen a relationship with Jesus Christ. Some groups meet in homes for meals and conversation. Others are courses designed for drilling down deep into God's truth. Whatever the format, we encourage you to connect with an opportunity that will help you grow as a follower of Jesus in community.


We offer semester-based classes throughout the year on Sunday mornings at 9:30. Our next semester begins January 21, 2018.



Led by Larry Martin

Starting January 21 at 9:30am. The books of 1–2 Timothy and Titus are among Paul’s most personal and practical letters. The apostle writes to instruct these younger men in the importance of sound doctrine and urge them to rebuke false teaching.

This accessible study shows how the books of 1–2 Timothy and Titus exhort all Christians to protect and pass on the true gospel of Jesus Christ—the only power capable of saving and transforming sinners. RM 201



Led by Bill Koerner and Clint Larsen

Starting January 21 at 9:30am. Find rest amid the stress and anxiety of parenting! This group study addresses the effects of sin on parenting, and encourages parents to trust in Christ more than in parenting techniques. RM 204



Starting January 21 at 9:30am.

HIGH SCHOOL: Growing in Christ's Church
Christianity is about a personal relationship with Jesus Christ; but it is not a private relationship. As soon as individual believers are joined to Christ, they are “fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God” (Ephesians 2:19). This study will draw students into God’s vision of the church through his Word and the Holy Spirit. Every member of Christ’s body—even your teens—helps to make up the people of God, the church, the dwelling for his glory in the world now. Conference RM

MIDDLE SCHOOL: Bible Doctrine Class
To "catechize" means "to instruct." The culture is catechizing our kids daily. They need a counter-catechism! Bible Doctrine is a 2-year course designed for young teens based on the Westminster Shorter Catechism. Cry RM


OLDER ELEMENTARY: Kids Quest Catechism Club
This curriculum covers the first 57 questions of the children's First Catechism, using accounts from the Bible of God's work in the world to help the children understand God's character and other theological truths.

This new curriculum presents and explains common elements of worship that the church has used throughout the ages. Our goal is to equip another generation to bow down in worship of our King!


There are opportunities throughout the week to get together with other men or women to study the Bible and pray together.



  • Fridays at 6:30am: Led by Bill Koerner. 
  • Wednesdays at 7pm: Led by Scott Slocum (starts Jan 31 at the church). 
    • DEVELOPING CHRISTIAN CHARACTER – The Christian life is not easy. It engages us in a spiritual battle of cosmic proportions. With this course from Ligonier we'll examine our three chief foes in this battle: the world, the flesh, and the devil, and better understand why Christian growth is a lifelong process. 


  • Tuesdays at 9:30am: Led by Deb Bowden (starts Jan 16)
  • Tuesdays at 7:00pm: Led by Sue Newsom (starts Jan 16)

FAITH: WHAT ARE YOU HOPING FOR? What is faith? The Bible defines faith as "the assurance of things hoped for and the conviction of things not seen" - but do we know how to live by faith in the street-level situations and relationships of our daily Christianity? Join pastor and best-selling author Paul David Tripp on a powerful 9 session journey through Hebrews 11 to discover how to live a hope-filled life of faith in Jesus Christ.

To register & purchase a book for $9, CLICK HERE!

  • Sundays at 9:30am: Led by Dawn McLane (starts Jan 21)

Sunday morning the Women meet at 9:30am in RM 202 and are continuing the study from last semester.   



Fight Clubs are simple groups of 2-3 men or women who meet weekly to help one another "fight the good fight of the faith" (1 Timothy 6:12). You can start your own Fight Club, or click here to let us know if you'd like help getting into one. Groups meet at various times and locations.

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Life Groups are smaller groups of about 6 to 12 people who meet together regularly in homes throughout the week. They provide an opportunity for relationships, mutual support, learning about the Christian faith, prayer, and sharing of what we see God doing in our midst. If you'd like to get connected to a Life Group, please click here to drop us a line and we'd be glad to help!