What are Small Groups?
Small Groups provide an opportunity for Fellowship, Bible Study, Ministry and Evangelism. Small groups meet at 9:00 and 10:15 each Sunday morning.
How may I join?
Anyone can be a member of one of our Small Groups. Simply start attending one of our small groups, check with a member of our staff, or speak with someone at the Welcome Desk in our foyer.
9:30 small groups
This class is for young adults who are entering adulthood and building their future. The class meets on Sunday afternoons and is taught by Chris and Michelle Leggett.
This class is for young adults who establishing what their life will look like in the future. Many of the people who attend this class have children ranging from nursery through kids ministry. This class meets in room 16 and is led by Marty and Nancy Scarbrough.
This class is for adults who have become established in their life. Many of the people who attend this class are settled in their career and have teenage children. This class meets in room 24 and is led by Michael Wyatt.
This class is for the established adult who no longer has any children in the home. This class meets in room 22 and is led by Mark Rutherford.
This class is for ladies who want to grow spiritually and do life together. The life stage of this class varies. The class meets in the library and is led by Sebrena Coleman and Bethany Davis.
Small groups for students (7-12 grade) take place at that AO house located just west of our main building. The adults who lead these small groups care about teenagers and want to walk with them spiritually.