Adult Discipleship & Small Groups

We are a group of people who love Jesus and want to love Him more tomorrow than we do today. For that reason, we meet together in small and large groups regularly to study the Scriptures and strengthen our discipleship. 



Adult Teaching Fellowships - Sunday from 10:00 - 10:45am

Come every week or as you are able. You're always welcome.

Don't miss these opportunities for meeting over coffee for fellowship and conversation about the Bible and Biblical issues with like-minded friends. An added attraction - babysitting and solid Bible teaching for the children from infant through high school is provided.

June 9 - August 18

The Book of Joshua - Meeting in 206  Led by Wayne Dymacek, Greg Gearheart, and Greg Shear

"The book of Joshua is meant to convict, not merely to inform; to comfort not merely to enlighten. The book of Joshua is preaching material beamed to Israel in the form of historical narrative. We need to see that "history in the Old Testament is a declaration from God about God.'" (from the Forward of the Commentary by Ralph Davis)  

This teaching fellowship is not a biblical history lesson but through the class teaching and discussion will help define your history with Jesus, will open the windows into your present temptations, and will foreshadow your future which God is preserving for you. This class can do that because God's work in Israel is also His work in us today.  The book of Joshua is God's sermon intended to change hearts and actions by infiltrating our hearts and minds with the warnings from Israel's unfaithfulness, showing the grace that comes from His gracious presence, and describes the overwhelming truth of His presence that never falters. Reading the chapters from the book of Joshua in advance of the class will provide a dual advantage to all who attend. It will get you into the Scriptures and give practical explanation and application that will feed your soul. 

Identity Theft:  Reclaiming the Truth of Who We Are in Christ – Meeting in 204 Led by Tom Roberts, Lucas Morel and Curt Wilbur

"Remember who you are not who you were" is the teaching theme of this class.  Sin and the tempter attempt to tell you that you are still defined by the sin that remains. You are not. You are free of the old, made in God's image, beloved by the Father, redeemed by the Son, filled with the Holy Spirit, Connected to the church, clothed in splendor, reaping a reward, shining brightly in the darkness, a citizen of His Kingdom. (List is from the chapter titles.) 

This class will help you maintain and grow in the reality of being a New Creation in Christ Jesus by shredding the false and focusing on what is true of you in Christ. It will encourage you in repentance, in faith, and in the reality of Jesus' work in you. 

Why in the World Do We Think That?- The Teachings Satan Tried to PervertMeeting in 201 led by Paul Carter and Mark Stoneburner

This Teaching Fellowship will examine the teaching of the Bible on controversial subjects that are fundamental to our faith and so have been challenged throughout history. These make the difference between the Christian and the almost Christian impacting our future as well as our present day walk with Jesus. They are: The Bible, the Incarnation, the Trinity, Justification, and Sanctification. 

We'll discuss the teaching of Scripture, short writings from past Saints as they defended the truth, and why it matters to our walk with Jesus. 


Small Groups and Bible Studies

All Are Welcome At Any Time! 

Small Groups

Shear's Sunday After Church @ 12:30

12:30-2:00 one Sunday of the month in different homes. Singing, prayer and sermon discussion. Families invited. Lunch is shared and provided. Contact: Greg Shear (

Sunday @ 5 (Beginning again in September)

5:00 - 6:15 @ Grace in room 201.  Childcare and children’s activities available. Contact: Mark Coddington (

Wilbur's Sunday @ 7 (Beginning again in September)

7:00-8:15 p.m. @ Betty Simmon's home, 24 High Meadow Drive in Lexington. Men and women. Studying John. Contact Curt Wilbur (

Davidson's Sunday @ 7 (Beginning again in September)

7:00-8:15 p.m. @ Nat and Shannon Davidson's home, 535 Taylor Street in Lexington. Men and women. Studying Philippians through a video and discussion series. Contact Nat Davidson  (

Carter/Ewen Wednesday Evening @ 6:15 (Beginning again in September)

6:15-8:00 pm at the Ewen's home,1246 Maury River Rd., Lexington.(Dinner at 6:15, Study at 7:00.) Fellowship, conversation, study, and a discussion of the Parables of Jesus. After watching a 22 minute video on the Parables by R.C. Sproul, we’ll discuss the Biblical text on how the parables reveal Jesus and teach us to live our lives in relation to the Kingdom of God.  Contact: Paul Carter (


Bible Studies

Women's Tuesday Morning @ 9:30 (Begining again in September)

Men's Thursday Evening @ 6:55 (Beginning again in September)

6:55-8:30 p.m. @ Grace in the Conference Room, part of Bible Study Fellowship.
Studying Israel and the Promised Land: Joshua to Solomon. Contact: Andrew Coburn (

Men's Friday Morning @ 6:00 a.m. 

6:00-7:00 a.m. @ Grace in Room 201. Studying Genesis. Contacts: Mark Stoneburner ( or Aaron Bruce (

Small Group Bible Studies Photos