We are made for community, and each of us is meant to be an important part of the life of the church. We become more of who God created us to be by being in a thriving relationship with other believers. Below are some of the avenues by which we seek to accomplish that. God places each of us in fellowship within a congregation in order to serve. If you are unsure of what or where to serve, a beginning step is to take a spiritual gifts test.
Life groups lead the list because we feel they are the most viable way for us to connect and grow within this body of believers. If interested in being in a Life Group, please go to this link to submit your preferences. You will be contacted within 24 hours with information about your selection..
The following are documents which further explain Life Group vision & function:
- Life Group Values
- Life Groups Explained
A weekly gathering of men who fellowship, get into the Word, and pray for one another. They meet from 6:30-7:45AM in Room 205 every Tuesday. Teacher: Gary White. Lay Shepherd: Steve Westphal, 254-778-4790.
(Women of the Word) meets every Monday at 6-7:30PM in Room 106 for Bible study, prayer, and fellowship. Come join us as we help each other grow in our faith. Lay Shepherd: Lee Ann Deal, 254-493-0250.
Our dedicated prayer warriors meet every Wednesday at 9:30am in room 106. Every request, praise, or concern which is communicated to them is bathed in prayer. Lay Shepherd: Mary Hunt, 254-939-1185.
(United Methodist Motorcycle Association) Rides as a group on short excursions around Central Texas, generally on the second Saturday of the month. Any exceptions are listed on their annual Ride Calendar. Everyone, even those without a bike, are invited to join them by hopping on as a passenger or following along in a car. Lay Shepherd: Richard Herschler, 254-217-4080.
A ministry for our single women - divorced, widowed or never-married. Periodic events to promote fellowship and burden sharing. Lay Shepherd: Sherry Keener, 254-449-0770.
Sunday School for all ages meets at 9am. Our adult classes include:
Cornerstone - meets in the Back Porch. Topical Bible studies designed to deepen our faith and strengthen our sense of community. Generally for empty-nesters & grandparents. Lay shepherds: Richard & Gayla Herschler, 254-217-4080.
Page Turners - meets in Riley Center, room 207. Co-ed group studying Jesus' ministries through books by Christian authors and scholars. Lay shepherd: Mary Hunt, 254-493-2967.
"10:25" - meets in Riley Center, room 205. Co-Ed. DVD-based curriculum & discussion. Lay shepherd: David Norsworthy, 210-413-3805.