If you struggle with understanding how to study God's Word, then one of our class, group, or one-on-one settings is ideal for you to learn a systematic approach to Bible study. We offer different classes and settings to help learn and live out the scriptures.


Sunday | 9 am

God doesn't just want us to read His Word, He wants us to know it and live its truth. Gathering for Bible study on Sunday morning will help accomplish this. DiscipleLIFE (Sunday School) for adults is a year-round, Sunday Bible Study program. There are classes every Sunday at 9 am and are open to all who wish to attend.


Explore the Bible

This spring, we’ll continue our study of Genesis.  In Genesis 20–50, readers get a deep dive into the stories of the descendants of Abraham. (Books are available in the classroom starting 2/25)

  • Explore the Bible (Coed) — Room 117/118 Teachers: Bill Lowry, Charles Kirkland, Jr., and Faris Hawit
  • Explore the Bible (Women) — Room 113 Teacher: Tanya Joy 

How to Study the Bible

Understanding the Bible isn’t just for the gifted or scholar. God made His word clear and accessible. Join us as we learn to be workmen of God’s word to rightly grasp the meaning of God’s word and fall in love with the divine Author.

  •  Room 115 :: Teachers - Zach Schlegel and Darryl Arrington


Are you struggling to forgive someone—or multiple people—who have deeply hurt you?  Do you frequently feel bitter or offended?  In this class, we’ll walk along with biblical counselor and author Hayley Satrom as she turns us to Scripture to show us how to forgive others in practical terms.  Pick up Satrom’s devotional book titled, “Forgiveness: Reflecting God’s Mercy” from the church bookstall, or order online and join us this quarter.

  •  Room 114 :: Teachers - Jay Crandell and Mike Rogers


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Wednesday | 6:30 pm

The Pastors' Bible Study meets during our Wednesday night AWANA program and is open for members and visitors. Everyone, from young adults to our more seasoned adults, is welcome to attend! Each week there is a discussion about a particular passage of Scripture followed by a time of prayer.