Sunday Morning Community Groups
Our students meet together in small groups at 9:30 every Sunday morning, and this is really where church begins to feel like family. The students meet with their grade level for a time of study in our awesome small group program. We study topics relevant to students, and we use a one of a kind system that rotates each grade through a different topic and teacher every 10 weeks. This way, you never hear the same thing twice, or get used to where you are. The kids love it and so do we. Below is a list of the current 10-week classes for each grade.
Current 10 Week Studies
These small group studies began on March 21st., 2021
7th/8th Grade Girls: “XP3” – Kaycee & Savannah
Christians today face all kinds of challenges when it comes to understanding who they are and what they’re meant to do. There’s no shortage of options that claim to offer “truth.” In this study, we will help students better understand the power and confidence that comes from anchoring their identity, purpose, and relationships in the truth of Scripture.
7th/8th Grade Guys: “Proverbs” – Luke & Toxie
9th Grade: 9th: “Case for Christ” – Scott & Kristin
In this study, we will be walking through the Book “The Case for Christ where In 1980, atheist and investigative journalist Lee Strobel applies his journalistic and legal skills to attempt to disprove his wife Leslie’s newfound Christian faith, which creates a rift within his marriage. After completing a thorough investigation for almost two years he finds the historical evidence for Jesus, and then finds a new faith in Christ.
10th Grade: “Creation” – Kevin
11th Grade: “Holy Spirit” – Chris & Lauren
We must not forget the true source of the church’s power—the Holy Spirit. We’ve ignored the Spirit for far too long, and that without Him, we operate in our own strength, only accomplishing human-sized results. This study offers a compelling invitation to understand, embrace, and follow the Holy Spirit’s direction in our lives.
12th Grade: “T3” – Bryan
T3 is a life-changing study that, in a very creative way, helps students see that stewardship isn’t just about tithing, but it’s about using all that God has given them – their Talents, Treasures & Time – to make a difference for His Kingdom.