We welcome adults of all ages and provide specific education, fellowship, spiritual growth, and service opportunities throughout the year. We invite adults who want to be more active in our congregation, to get involved in a Sunday School class, attend small groups, join bible studies, and travel with us on special trips.
Our young adults gather together weekly at one of their houses to study scripture, socialize, and support each other in their joys and stuggles of life. This community is created of individuals that are all in different stages of life and have different opinions and beliefs but can still gather together and enjoy fellowship.
Currently meeting at:
The Hester's House, 7:00 pm, every Thursday
We're looking forward to starting a Sunday school class in the summer. Wer're hoping that the college students that are home for the summer can join.
Contact: Cady Hester or Alyssa Morris
Morning Workout- Join these active senior adults every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday as they workout and fellowship with one another in the Family Life Center. 9:00am.
Contact: Doris Hancock
Friendship Connections- This meeting provides our Senior Adults an opportunity to eat and fellowship together, and enjoy an entertaining or informative program. 10:30am. For more
Contact: Tommy & Martha Frederick
Friends on the Go- A christian community of mature adults traveling the road of faith together. The christian faith is still growing, leaning, and changing, and so are we. Join us throughout the year for a variety of experiences. We are not finished yet, we are still "in the making."
Contact: Becky Greene
Builder’s Class- Participants use the Adult Bible Study series as a companion for their spiritual journey of prayer, bible study, service, and church wide fellowship. Teachers- Mark & Rev. Angie Hollar
Crosstalk- A cross section of ages and opinions that study a range of topics from the Bible to modern-day issues. Teacher- Royce Robinson
Faith Matters- This class consists of parents of children and youth. Building a faith that matters for your children, begins with
developing your own spirit. Teachers- Don & Tricia Buckner
Friends in Faith- A community of adults (20-40) focusing on faith while juggling careers, relationships, families, and more. Teachers- Josh Yelverton, Casey Miller, and Lindsay Willis
Joy Class- Joy Class – This class is composed of people 60’s-80’s, both couples and singles. The lessons include a variety of teaching approaches and materials. Teacher- Tim Patti
New Ties- (Variety of Ages) Lecture/discussion format featuring a
variety of short studies going from “book to bible to book.”
Teacher- Mark McIntosh
Conversation Class- An unstructured alternative to traditional
Sunday School. This round table meets weekly to talk about the challenges of faith based parenting for millennials. Teachers- Rusty Sitton & Bee Wetzell