Sunday morning groups
Sunday Morning Adult Groups, 9:15 a.m.
Bible study groups are designed for real people like you, who want to discover what God’s Word says about His plan for your life. Your teacher will be knowledgeable and well-prepared, but also someone who wants to walk this journey of life together. We honor God by studying His Word as our guidebook to life. Classes and teachers often change quarterly, so detailed information is available at Madison Central, Visitor Center and at map locations throughout the building.
Navigate, Fellowship Hall
This new class for adults of all ages will focus on Bible study, service/missions and friendship. The kickoff series is "Does God Want Me to be Happy?"
David, Man of Steel and Velvet, Bixler Chapel
This large, lecture-style class, led by one of our shepherds, will explore practical, relevant themes.
Growing Spiritually, C201
A medium-size, discussion-style class which also has a life group.
Spiritual Gifts, D101
This six-week study of "Spiritual Gifts" will help us discover and use our God-given gifts for His service.
Seven Churches of Asia, B202
This is a small, open discussion class.
College-Age Class, F104
Ed and Cindy Matlock
The Upper Room class (young adults age 22+) also has a life group and many activities outside of class. They are currently studying "Summer in the Son."
Gospel of John, A301
An in-depth, word-by-word study of John. This class also offers a continental breakfast and a life group.
Dr. Walter Robinson
Divine Heart and Human Action, C209
Jesus launches healing and teaching in His early to middle ministry, introducing the issues of the internal heart, abiding faith, hopeful perseverance, human compassion, and everlasting love.
Fruit of the Spirit, B206
This small class studies verse by verse with one of our shepherds. They are currently studying Galatians 5:22-23, the fruit of the Spirit.
The God of our Worship, C202
The Serving, Seeking Sisters class in studying attributes of God, complete with study notes.
12 Steps to Spiritual Recovery, B200
This class is a complement to 12-step recovery programs.
Singles Class, F103
A study of the book of Romans and how it relates to the issues of single life.