ADULT STUDY-FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

WEEKLY

Sunday Morning Classes 

  • Connections Class / Facilitator: Shawn Menke
    9:15-10:15 a.m. | Rooms 109 & 110

    Discusses scripture and life application for the pastor’s sermon for the day.

  • "The Bible for Real People" Discussion Group / Facilitator: Ben Williams
    9:15-10:15 a.m. | Room 114 (Next to Office)

    To grow as disciples and friends through study and discussion. Topics vary.

  • Focus Class / Facilitator: James Moore
    9:15-10:15 a.m. | Sanctuary

    This class takes the form of a Bible/book study. Centered around topical discussions and Bible studies usually last 6 weeks at a time.

  • Equipping Class / Facilitator: Brett Melton
    9:15-10:15 a.m. | Room 122

    In-depth Bible study and discussion for Evangelism and God’s Word.

  • Emmaus Reunion Group / Facilitator: Member Led
    9:15-10:15 a.m. | Room TBD

  • Prayer Huddle / Facilitators: Chris & Susan Blumstein
    8:30-9:00 a.m. | Sanctuary
    We realize that there are many needs both inside and outside of our church—needs for healing, direction, jobs, etc., but this group will be focused upon our spiritual mandates to become more like Christ, to identify our own spiritual gifts and call forth the gifts in others, and to bring others to Christ.


MONDAY EVENING

MEN'S BOOK STUDY

Facilitator:  Keith Elder
6:30-7:30 p.m.  |  Church Office or Sanctuary

The Men’s Book study will resume on April 15, 2019. We will meet in the church office from 6:30-7:30pm. We’re going to restart our book study with a one-week book review of Spencer Johnson’s, “Who Moved My Cheese?” This book is an easy 20 minute read. It’s a neat leadership book on how to best deal with the inevitable changes in our lives.

Here’s a link to a summary of “Who Moved My Cheese?” Click Here!


WEDNESDAY EVENING

The Parables of Jesus
With maps and pictures, outlines, key  Scripture verses, discussion questions, plenty of room for note taking, and a personal day Bible study for  each session, the participants guide will help you get the most out of The Parables of Jesus, both in your group and in applying what you learn to your life.  

WHAT? Six- or seven-week book study from author Matt Williams.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? Adults
FREQUENCY? Weekly for approximately seven weeks per session (with holiday breaks, etc.)
DAY? Wednesday
TIME? 6:30–8:00 PM
TIME COMMITMENT? 1.5 hrs. per week + at-home reading
CHILDCARE PROVIDED? Yes
WHERE? The Flip Classroom
CONTACT: Gene and Kristi Ingram/Jarrod & Sherry Parrish
E-MAIL: geingram@dhgriffin.com
PHONE: 205-266-3700

Life Lessons-the book of James
MISSION:
Scripture reading, reflection, discussion.
WHAT? Twelve week book study.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? Adults
FREQUENCY? Weekly for approximately 8 to 10 weeks per session (with holiday breaks, etc.)
DAY? Wednesday
TIME? 6:30–8:00 PM
TIME COMMITMENT? 1.5 hrs. per week + at-home readings
CHILDCARE PROVIDED? Yes
WHERE? The Connections Classroom
CONTACT: David & Erin Soreano
E-MAIL: davidsoreano@gmail.com, esoreano@gmail.com
PHONE: 865-773-4559, 865-773-4558


MONTHLY

Men's Ministry Breakfast

Every Second Sunday  |  8 a.m.

The Men’s Ministry group meets every second Sunday at 8 a.m. for a Bible study and biscuit breakfast. For more information, contact Gene Ingram or Lee Gladden.

Women's Ministry

Every Third Monday|  7 – 8 p.m.  |  CCB Campus

The Women’s Ministry meets on a variety of topics.  For more information, contact Kristi Ingram.

SENIOR FELLOWSHIP

Mission:  To provide meaningful fellowship and enrichment opportunities for seniors.
What:  Our newest program will be for our oldest members.  We're looking for Senior Citizens who are interested in meaningful fellowship.  The first meeting will be a Dessert Social which will be scheduled after we determine the best time for most folks.  Let us know if you are interested.  More details to follow.
Who:  50+ is the target group, but all are welcome!
Frequency:  Monthly  |  Where:  Rotation, Church, Homes, or dinner/event out
Contact:  Laura Dreyfus

BOOK CLUB

Mission:  To grow in knowledge via reading and discussion of meaningful books.
What:  This small group is for those who love to read Christian books and would like to get together with others to discuss them.  The group will select one book every 6 weeks to read ahead of time, then gather to discuss every 3 weeks.  So, we will meet to discuss the first half of the book after 3 weeks and the last half after 6 weeks.  The next book is TBD.  We will meet at Beef O'Brady's for dinner to discuss the first half of the book.
Who:  This is open to anyone who is interested.  Please feel free to invite friends in the community to become part of this group, as well.
Frequency:  Meets once every 3 weeks  |  Where:  Beef O'Brady's  |  Time:  6:30 p.m.  |  Day:  TBD
Contact:  Amy Ray