Connect with others in a small group setting to get to know others and grow stronger in your faith journey. Some of our groups are now meeting on Zoom while others have taken a hiatus during this time of COVID-19. We would love for you to join us!
Our musical opportunities can be found on our Music Groups page.
Contact the church office, [email protected], if you need assistance connecting.
Stephen Greenwade (leader)
Tuesdays · 7 p.m. · Zoom Call
This group of mixed-age adults meets weekly for a variety of studies focusing on spiritual disciplines. Participants enjoy video-based learning and decide on future studies as a group. Contact Stephen Greenwade, [email protected], for more information.
Philip Jones (leader)
Sundays · 9:45 a.m.
This Bible study group looks through the eyes of John Wesley, taking scripture and discussing real-life application of what is read in the Word. The group uses a quarterly Bible study from Cokesbury. Contact Philip Jones, [email protected], to get involved.
Nancy Kenyon (coordinator)
Second Saturday of the Month · 10 a.m. · On Hiatus
This group of women age 50 and older celebrate and support each other through Christian fellowship, local mission projects and fun. Every January, a new calendar is set and local mission projects are selected. Activities include guest speakers, special luncheons during the year, local mission projects, and visits to places of interest to the group. Contact Nancy Kenyon, [email protected], to get involved.
Into the Word
Jackie Lamb (leader)
Sundays · 8:45 a.m. · Zoom Call
This inter-generational class focuses on a book from the Bible and discusses its meaning both within the biblical context and in contemporary life. There is no advance preparation, as participants read the scripture together, followed by the asking of questions and listening to each others’ comments and interpretations. Contact Jackie Lamb, [email protected], for the Zoom link.
Beginning Sunday, August 9 | The Revelation to John, otherwise known as the Book of Revelation, has puzzled Christians for centuries because of its strange visual imagery and heavily coded message. The Into the Word class will seek a better understand what the text meant to its original audience and what we might learn from it today. The class will meet virtually on Zoom from 8:45 to 9:45 a.m. Sunday mornings for the six-week study. Anyone interested in joining the study is absolutely welcome. This is a great opportunity to get involved in a small group. The study book, Breaking the Code: Understanding the Book of Revelation by Bruce M. Metzger (revised by David A. deSilva), is available from Cokesbury and Amazon.
Men’s Softball Team
Scott King (coordinator)
Friday Evenings · On Hiatus
The team plays Friday evenings at Gerault Park Softball Complex in Flower Mound. For ages 16 and older. Contact Scott King, [email protected], to participate.
Johnny and Della Swaim (leaders)
Sundays · 10 a.m. · Zoom Call
This group meets Sunday mornings to discuss issues for Christian development. Participants enjoy studies that apply Christian scripture to real life. Contact Johnny or Della Swaim, [email protected], for the Zoom link.
Sisters in Christ
Barbara Sepdham (leader)
Wednesdays · 10 a.m. · Zoom Call
This mid-week women’s group studies a variety of topics and books. Afterward, they enjoy lunch and fellowship at a local restaurant. Contact Barbara Sepdham, [email protected], to connect with this group.
Women’s Fellowship Social
Nikki Monkman-Lou (coordinator)
Bimonthly · Times and Locations Vary
The women of the church meet every other month for a social event, which has included crafts, eating out, painting, Bible journaling, cake decorating, tea and chocolate tasting, and bunco. Contact Nikki Monkman-Lou, [email protected], to indicate your interest in future gatherings.
Word of God Bible Study
Barbara Sepdham (leader)
Fridays · 8 a.m. · On Hiatus
This small group chooses a word from scripture and looks at both Old and New Testament usages. Interested persons can email Barbara Sepdham, [email protected], for a list of the scriptures. The only thing needed is your favorite Bible, as the group loves to hear different translations.