Small Groups

During the Week

In addition to Bible study on Sunday morning, there are small groups which meet regularly during the week to study God’s word, pray, and fellowship.

Intercessory Prayer Group
Wednesdays at 4:00 pm
This group meets together weekly to pray together for concerns and celebrations.
Contact: Minerva Fox


Midweek Opportunities

Tuesdays, January 14-February 25 | 6:45am | Ammons-Lolley Commons
Join Pastor David for Devotional Classics in the Commons, our early morning study meeting on Tuesdays through February 25.  The group is currently discussing Barbara Brown Taylor’s An Altar in the World

The Devotional Classics in the Commons Lenten study will focus on selected readings from The Confessions by Augustine, and will meet on Tuesdays at 6:45 am from March 3-April 7.

Wednesdays, February 12-April 8|12:00-1:15pm | Ammons-Lolley Commons
Common Table resumes again, gathering all sorts of folks for the study of the Bible together. Our winter-into- spring study will orient us to the overarching narrative of scripture, how we read and study it, and how it informs our understanding of God and neighbor. With Rachel Held Evans’ Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again as our guide, we’ll end our nine-week study having experienced God’s story of Love in renewing ways. All are invited to take their lunch hour, bring a lunch and a healthy measure of curiosity, and share together in fellowship and Bible study around our common table!

Wednesdays continuing through March |6:00pm |First floor classroom next to the nursery
Brent Greene, Interim Minister of Discipleship, will facilitate a study and discussion on selections from I and II Corinthians. Bring a friend and a meal if you like and join together for study and fellowship during most Wednesday evenings through March. We will meet in the first floor classroom next to the nursery. Email Brent at for more information or to sign up.

Tuesdays | 7:00pm 
This small group study will use A Dangerous Dozen: 12 Christians Who Threatened The Status Quo by C.K. Robertson to study and discuss the legacies of The Apostle Paul, Mary Magdalene, Origen of Alexandria, Sojourner Truth, Bonhoeffer and more. Contact Sheree Jones at to join this group.

On the Horizon
The on-line Merriam-Webster dictionary provides a relatively new definition of “other:” a group that is perceived as “disturbingly or threateningly different.” Such groups are sometimes feared and are often oppressed. Richard will help participants take a look at the way people who are “the other” are treated in the Bible. In the first session, participants will look and see that the people of God were the “other” in Egypt. The Hebrew people were viewed with suspicion and as a national security risk. Ultimately, they were reduced to slavery as the Egyptians tried to control the population. Then, Richard will help participants see how the experience of being the “other” so imprinted itself on the Hebrews’ corporate psyche that it partly shaped their legal system. This bible study will also look at other Old Testament passages as well as Gospel accounts detailing how Jesus interacted and “loved the other.”

This study will meet on March 8, 15, 22, and 29 at 6:30 pm in the Ammons-Lolley Commons.

Contact Us

There are a variety of other groups that meet independently throughout the year centered around prayer, fellowship, topical studies, and book studies.

To learn more about these groups, please contact us at 336-722-2558.

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