There are a number of small group Bible study breakouts that help to instruct people in different ways, while also fostering and strengthening the relationships that exist between our church members. Studies often bounce between books of the Bible and the writings of scholars / teachers / pastors on various Christian subjects.
Tuesday Home Group at the Bosco’s (Tacos and Jesus)
This group meets up on certain Tuesday evenings at 7pm, at the home of Don and JaNell Bosco, to enjoy yummy tacos and a lively group discussion about a variety of topics. The coordinator / moderator is normally Don Bosco.
Friday Home Group at the Gunaseelan’s (TGIF)
This group meets up on certain Friday evenings at 7pm, at the home of Christopher and Amutha Gunaseelan, to enjoy delicious food and a wonderful time of fellowship and learning. The coordinator / moderator is normally Christopher Gunaseelan.
The men’s group meets each Wednesday morning at 6am in the church Social Hall for a breakfast and book discussion. The coordinator / moderator is normally Jim Watts.
Current book being studied: The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism by Timothy Keller.
Women’s Group Bible Study
The women’s group meets on the third Thursday of every month at 6:30pm in the church Social Hall for a dinnertime potluck and book discussion. The coordinator / moderator is normally Linda Woodsmall.
Current book being studied: Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World by Joanna Weaver.
Lunchtime Bible-based Book Study
This group meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month in the church Library from noon to 2pm to enjoy a potluck lunch, have some fun, discuss the current book being read, and pray for each other’s needs. The coordinators / moderators are normally Jackie Roman and Teresa Wiegman.
Current book being studied: Twelve Extraordinary Women: How God Shaped Women of the Bible and What He Wants to Do With You by John MacArthur.
Educational Bible Video Series
A small group meets once a month (times and days vary) in the Social Hall to enjoy a potluck dinner, followed by the viewing and discussing of a DVD on a subject involving Biblical studies. For instance, one recent video installment involved an archaeologist speaking on the major archaeological discoveries which have been unearthed recently which shed light on the specific scriptural passages of the Bible. The coordinator for these viewings is normally Jackie Roman.
Current video series being watched: Astonishing Discoveries in the Land of the Bible by Dr. Ron Clouzet and Dr. Michael Hasel.
Hiking in God’s Country
We are blessed to live in a very special, beautiful area, but with so much going on we run the risk of losing sight of that fact. The solution? Spending some time in the beautiful outdoors with people who love this place. Hiking is a great way to deepen fellowship, get the blood flowing (and the mind working) with some vigorous exercise, and re-center one’s life while marveling at God’s incredible creation. Hiking trips range from easy to moderate, to accommodate the interest of hikers in different age groups and levels. Hikes last for approximately 3 hours. The coordinator is normally Sui Lim.
To learn more about taking part in any of these group activities, please contact the appropriate coordinator through the above links.