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.
Sunday School for all ages meets at 9am. Our adult classes include:
Cornerstone - meets in the Back Porch #2 (temporary building). Topical Bible studies designed to deepen our faith and strengthen our sense of community. Lay shepherds: Richard & Gayla Herschler, 254-217-4080.
"10:25" - meets in Riley Center, room 205. Co-Ed Bible study for all adult ages. Lay shepherd: David Norsworthy, 210-413-3805.
-Tuesday Morning Men-
A weekly gathering of men who fellowship, get into the Word, and pray for one another. They meet from 8-9AM in the Backporch #2 (temporary building) every Tuesday. After bible study the group goes out to eat breakfast together. Teacher: Gary White. Lay Shepherd: Richard Herschler, 254-217-4080.
(Women of the Word) meets every Monday at 6-7:30PM in the Riley Center Chapel 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 205 or the Riley Center. Every request, praise, or concern which is communicated to them is bathed in prayer. Lay Shepherd: Mary Hunt, 254-939-1185.
-Noon Bible Study-
Join us Wednesdays at Noon in Room 205 of the Riley Center for friendly, lively discussions, and Bible study facilitated by retired clergy, Rankin Koch. If you prefer to join via Zoom or have other questions contact Judy Morgan, 214-675-8736.
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.