January 3, 2020
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Bible studies are an opportunity to get to know a few people well and explore a topic of personal interest. All are welcome to choose from a rolling schedule of studies lasting anywhere from four weeks to twenty weeks.
Rev. Roy Mitchell Associate Pastor of Discipleship
Interested in a study on Wednesday nights before the fellowship meal begins? Come delve deeper into the Book of Job with Rev. Roy Mitchell. Find out more and REGISTER HERE.
This study, led by Rob Davis, will explore Adam Hamilton’s Simon Peter – Flawed but Faithful Disciple.
He left everything to follow his teacher and possessed a passion that would change the world. That’s one way to describe Peter. Here’s another: poor, uneducated, quick-tempered, and full of doubts and fears. Doesn’t even sound like the same man.
And that’s the point of Simon Peter, a new book and six-week adult Bible study by Adam Hamilton. Peter was just an ordinary guy who heard and followed God’s extraordinary call. Discover how you, too, have special gifts, talents, and abilities that God can use to make a difference today.
The study will meet on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 PM in the Merritt Room of the Trinity Campus September 11-October 16. There will be a final dinner on October 21. Contact Rob Davis for more information, or REGISTER HERE.
For a complete list of women’s Bible Study offerings for fall, please check our the B-Street Women’s Ministry page.
Sunday School at Buncombe Street integrates Bible study as a core part of each class. Many different Sunday School classes are offered, with “something for everyone.” The curriculum of each class varies throughout the year, but certain classes maintain themes or general areas of study. Visit our campus Sunday school pages to learn more:
Community Groups are a wonderful way to form relationships around common-interests and experiences shared by other people in the church. Often, community groups engage in Bible study, formally and informally, throughout the year. If you are interested in joining a community group, please contact Reverend Roy Mitchell or complete the survey below so that we can help place you in a group.
There are several Community Groups in the process of forming and looking for new members. If one of these sounds right for you, please follow the links to indicate your interest.
Young Married Couples! Please join us on Sunday nights for a Community Group called Faith-Based Marriage for Young Couples. This group will be facilitated by Frank and Linda O’Brien and Sammy and Caroline Riddle and will use different resources to cover a variety of topics over a 6 week period beginning September 22. Childcare is available upon request.