Small Groups

Are you interested in participating in a weekly Bible study? Are you interested in being part of a small group with a different focus? You are invited to fill out this interest survey and someone will be in touch!



Faith & Fellowship is an ongoing Sunday school small group. The focus of this class is to build a community amongst the members. We welcome singles and couples who desire to share in fellowship, study and worship. This will be a discussion-based class where members decide on the topics and take turns leading various lessons guided by selected video lessons or other structured materials. Depending upon the Covid-19 situation, we hope to have a variety of social activities together as well as class mission projects. This class meets during the Sunday school hour (9:45 - 10:45 am on Sunday mornings) in the Multipurpose Room. For more information or if you have questions about this small group, contact Deacon Tim Hardin at



Confronting Systemic Racism is an ongoing advocacy and accountability group that meets once each month. Led by Elders Kay Stewart and Linda Burks, this is a discussion and learning group where participants want to be active in seeking to:

  • educate ourselves about the presence of racism in ourselves, our systems of government, our religious organizations, etc. and
  • identify ways that we can accept accountability through antiracist actions that support the implementation of antiracist policies which move our country toward racial equity and justice.

All participants are asked to read How To Be An Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi.

For more information or to join this group, contact Kay Stewart at or Linda Burks at