Small groups are the best way to grow in your faith by diving into God's Word, and creating authentic friendships with other believers. Take a look at the classes offered, and you can signup for them here online.


SUN01 - Book of Esther

Leader(s): Mike Edge and Doug Ills

Sundays at 9:30am in the Fellowship Hall

The Book of Esther is a wonderful, true story of God watching over His people and delivering them from certain death.


Sun02 - under 30's group - before amen

Leader(s): Rich Horner

Sundays at 7:00pm in Modular A2


MON01 - One God Many Gods

Leader(s): Dale Nelson

Mondays at 7:00pm in the Fellowship Hall

Christianity and fourteen other religious faiths are examined and compared, with a goal of identifying the central teachings of each and providing some tools for Christians who encounter people of other faiths in their daily lives.


MON02 - 30's and 40's - Anxious for nothing

Leader(s): Mike and Krista Edge

Mondays at 6:30pm in homes with children welcome

In this five-session Anxious for Nothing DVD Study by Max Lucado, he examines Philippians 4:4–8 to show how we can be anxious for nothing and discover true peace from God that surpasses human understanding.


WED01 - The book of Philippians

Leader(s): Pastor Mike

Wednesdays at 10:30am in the Fellowship Hall

Join us as we read scripture, discuss it, and apply it to our lives


wed02 - women's - before amen

1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 9:30am in Modular A2


THUR01  - Upon This Rock

Leader(s): Fred and Jenn Hirsch

Wednesdays at 6:30pm in their home beginning

Topic: Upon This Rock

Join us as we brew various types of coffee, tea, beer and cheese, and dive into a lesson about the essentials of the Christian faith from Upon This Rock. 


FRI02 - Before Amen

Leader(s): Duane and Mary Lynn Sheldon

Fridays at 6:30pm in their home


SAT01 - Men's - ROmans

Leader(s): Greg Nicholas

1st and 3rd Saturdays at 8:00am in the Fellowship Hall

Paul’s letter to the Romans is an inspired masterpiece of doctrine highlighting God’s grace, truth, and redemption. Within its pages, the apostle shares his message of good news and eternal salvation with the church, advises believers on theological truths, gives practical applications for living the Christian life, and shows how God’s righteousness comes by grace alone through faith in Christ. The book of Romans underscores that Christianity is far more than just a doctrine—it is an essential road map for daily living.