Small Groups

Small Groups

We have decided to follow Jesus as Lord and Savior along with like-minded friends and family members, enjoying each other’s companionship and fellowship. We range from young to old, long-time Christian, new Christian, and not yet Christian with many questions, problems, and difficulties and looking for answers.
For these reasons, we have started small groups and Bible Studies to cover a wide area of instruction from God’s Word and leading of the Holy Spirit. As Larry Crabb, author of the “Safest Place on Earth” says “we need to turn our chairs toward each other and pour out the life in our hearts into our brothers and sisters and to let them pour into us.”
Breakfast for Men and Women – Wednesdays at 8 AM at Art’s Diner
Ladies of Grace – luncheon or other events, monthly as announced
Breakfast for Men and Women – 2nd Saturday at 8 AM at Art’s Diner

 

Bible Studies

There are three definite purposes for which one should read the Bible. 
The first is to study or analyze the Scriptures to learn who God is, what He has done, how He has dealt with people and circumstances in the past, and His plans and purposes for now and the future. 
The second purpose is for devotion, using the Scripture as an application to your present life.  This is simply reading a portion and asking yourself, “How does this apply to me in my daily life?” 
The third purpose is for information, historical or spiritual when you want to know what the Bible says in regard to a certain biblical person, place, or thing.
Therefore, you should read and study the Scriptures (II Timothy 2:15) in order that you might grow in the knowledge of Christ and know what His will is for your life.
Women’s Morning Bible Study at 10:30 AM on Mondays
Women’s Morning Bible Study at 11:00 AM on Thursdays

Call the church office (352-628-5631) for location and study details.

“Basics for Believers” New Bible Study at 1:00 PM Fridays in the Fellowship Hall.
This is a valuable study for seekers, new believers, and mature believers as well. All are welcome. See Chet Sparzak or email him at [email protected]