Join us in-person on Sundays at 9 or 10:30 am and online at 10:30 am. Find the Livestream HERE.

You're free to jump into any of our ongoing Men's Bible studies at any time!


Prayer Ministry

Led by Greg Piper / Wednesdays / 5:15 am / East side of church Lobby


Everyman's Fellowship

Led by Danny Lane / Wednesdays / 6:15 - 7:30 am / Student Room 2

This men's group is a multi-generational fellowship whose ambition is to see every man pursuing his full potential in Christ in order to walk worthy of our callings as Christian men, and as husbands and fathers. Each Wednesday morning, we will study the Word together, and exalt Jesus Christ, the Lord of all.
Everyman's Fellowship Guidelines and Mission Link
Introduction and Suggested Guidance for Making The Most of Proverbs Link



Led by Eldon Thiessen & Bill Rathgeber / Wednesdays / 6:15 - 7:15 am / W-109

Paul wrote the Epistle to the Romans from Corinth during his third missionary journey. Romans is considered by many to be one of Paul’s most important writings.  The theme of the book is justification by faith alone. It was Luther’s study of Romans that began the Protestant reformation.


The Book of Isaiah

Led by Steve Grigsby / Thursdays / 9 - 10:30 am / W-207

Isaiah writes with fearless dignity during critical days of international upheaval. At a time when empires were rising and falling and his nation was in peril, Isaiah spoke this from the Lord, “In repentance and rest is your salvation, in quietness and trust is your strength” (Isa 30:15). Isaiah’s word of comfort and hope are more than welcome to a people who doubt their own safety and security.


Christian Beliefs

Led by Mark Methvin / Thursdays / 6:45 - 8 pm / Office Small Conference Room

Currently we are studying Wayne Grudem's book "Christian Beliefs: 20 Basic Questions Every Christian Should Know".


Did God Have a Plan for America?

Led by Jerry Scott and Mike Magee / Fridays / 6:15 - 7:30 am / Office Large Conference Room

Most Americans don't know that our country has a Christian heritage, that the United States is a product of the Protestant Reformation, and the institutions that the Founders established were based on biblical principles. America was to be the great missionary nation, a light to all the world of what the redeeming power of the Gospel can do in the lives of individuals and societies. But, if that was our heritage and purpose, what has happened that we have the godless culture that we see today? Find out, as I lay out the rise, success, and fall of our republic in a series of articles called "TruView." Written by Aaron Ferguson. (BiAY - Teaching Ministry of Aaron Ferguson)


For more information, contact Jackson Cook.