Why GROW Groups?

Living things grow. It is a simple fact, but still a profound way to understand how Christ works in us. Jesus leads us to grow in our faith as He forms us into who He created us to be and helps us to know His love more fully. This begins when we know Him in a real, personal relationship, but it continues throughout our lives.


Jesus also gave us the perfect place to grow as we join in community with others in the church. When we come together to study the Bible and learn to apply Its truths to our lives, God works in us in new and dynamic ways. He will help us to live out the truth of His Word


We seek to provide opportunities for people of all ages to connect with others and go deeper in relationships while also going deeper into the truth of God's Word. We want to see people growing stronger in their faith, their love for the Lord, and their love for others. We want to go further with the Gospel and impact the world for our Lord.

9:00 AM

These groups meet from 9:00-10:15 a.m. Plan to join in the Fellowship Hall after our GROW Groups for brief refreshments and a time to connect with others before the 10:45 Worship Service.

  • Life365 - Parker Echols & Brad Rawlings

    Life365 is all about young couples and young families doing life together. They look at a broad range of topics from Marriage & Family to Bible Book Studies. Join them today as they study through Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles that can Change your Family by Paul David Tripp. (Room D109)

  • Mosaic (40's & 50's) - Kevin Wetmore

    Mosaic classes are a welcome place for adults in many life stages. Whether married or single, you will find much in common with others here. Join in now as the Mosaic (40's/50's) works through the Starting Point curriculum from our Everyday Missionary College. (Room D103)

  • Journeys (All Adults) - Billy Griffin

    Any adult will benefit from the strong teaching and fellowship found in the Journeys Group. They are also working through the Starting Point curriculum from our Everyday Missionary College. Come join in now. (Room D102)

  • Rock 'n' Rollers (50's, 60's, & More) - Bob Harvell

    The Rock-n-Rollers live up to their name. This group enjoys times of fellowship and study beyond the Sunday morning hour. This fall they will be using the Bible Studies for Life curriculum beginning with Simplicity: Finding Contentment in a Busy Life. (Room D112)

  • Good Neighbors (Senior Adults) - Allen Harrelson & Kenny Isbell

    With a strong caring network, the Good Neighbors work together to lift each other up. They use the Bible Studies for Life curriculum and are beginning a study titled Simplicity: Finding Contentment in a Busy Life this fall. (Room D101)

  • Friendship Ladies Class - Vicki Huffman

    The Ladies of the Friendship Class love and care for each other on Sunday morning and throughout the week. Using the Explore the Bible curriculum, this fall they will be taking an in-depth look at Ephesians.

10:45 AM

Come to our 9:00 Worship Service and then stick around for one of these groups  in our Second Hour. Don't forget to join in for our refreshments and connection time in the Fellowship Hall at 10:15.

  • Flourish (Ladies) - Kelli Webber

    In Flourish, ladies are encouraged to understand themselves and their world through the lens of Scripture and to truly live out their faith. Join us now as we study The Quest by Beth Moore and learn to grow in greater intimacy with God. (Room D101)

  • Mosaic (50's & 60's) - Jerry McNair

    Currently studying through the book Messiah in the Feasts of Israel by Sam Nadler, this group enjoys working through books and themes of the Bible to discover the truth of God's Word. Come ready to think and to be challenged. (Room D106)

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