Small Groups

As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.

Proverbs 27:17

Mom's Group

Holly F & Deidre Clifton
Mom's group is a bible study group for momma's who come together to dive into the scripture and to build one another up. They have dinner In the beginning and then follows with bible study. Meetings are October-May on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. If you are a momma and would like to join this group contact Holly Frick


Reed Richards

Ted & Becky Webster
Empty Nesters Life Group Mission statement is to bond those who are ‘empty nesters’ in Fellowship, Friendship and Prayer and to build a strong relationship of trust with each other. If you would like join this group and to be updated on meeting dates contact Ted Webster.

Prayer Group

David Spare
Following Jesus means hearing his voice and growing in hearing it. As the book of Jeremiah spoke that God is looking for men and women who will stand in the gap and intercede on the behalf of others. Prayer group is a way to link arms and grow in prayer. Meetings are on Mondays at 7PM. If you would like to join this group please contact Pastor David.

Tribe Nights

Pastor Maddie & Jarred Smith
Tribe night's is a High School small group where students have the opportunity to grow deeper in the word and to build relationships with other believers. For schedule please contact Pastor Maddie.

Wednesday Night Small Groups

Chosen Study 

Jenni Mead & Shannon Slattery
For he chose us in him, before the foundation of the world, to be holy and blameless in love before him (Ephesians 1:4). As believers in Christ, our identity has been radically changed. We are adopted as sons and daughters into the family of God. What does it look like to live out our identity in Christ?        Location: 1215 W. 8th St (Across the road from the new church building in the green shed) From 6:30-8:00 PM Wednesdays Nights.

Share Your Faith & Reach One Study 

Cathy Nord
When it comes to evangelism, we often struggle. Maybe it’s the inertia that comes with feeling out of practice. Or perhaps it's the age-old presence of fear that keeps us from speaking truth in love. Sometimes, a low-level guilt over countless missed opportunities tempts us to despair of trying at all. Matt Smethurst presents five ways you can become "evangelism ready." While many good books begin further downstream by teaching how to evangelize, this volume will help you be primed for when the moment arrives. Because if you aren’t ready to share your faith . . . you probably won't.
Location: LAG Church in the women's room (1218 W 8th)
From 6:30-8:00 Wednesday Nights.