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IN PERSON SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY GROUPS ARE NOW MEETING!


On Sunday mornings, we encourage you to join us at 9 a.m. for an opportunity to study God's Word in one of our Sunday Morning Bible Study groups that meet on the Gateway campus. Groups are available for the entire family, with options for all ages.
 

BIBLE STUDY GROUPS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH

To learn about classes for children and youth, please follow these links:

Preschool Classes (Newborns - K5)    
Children's Classes (Grades 1-6)    
Youth Class (Grades 7-12)


BIBLE STUDY GROUPS FOR ADULTS

We offer three distinct Sunday morning Bible study groups for adults. Each group provides you with an opportunity to study the Word of God, discuss how the Word of God changes our lives, pray together, and fellowship. Each group studies a particular topic, and includes people of all different ages and walks of life in it. These groups all meet in the gym building (the building to right as you look at the front of the campus). The current groups are:

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The Sermon on the Mount  /  Gym building - Room 1
Teachers:  Jeff Moody and Jason Watson
Meeting in person / Zoom option also available

As we look at the world around us, we see a need for care from a hurting world, and we often struggle with our roles as Christians within this world. One of the major problems both inside and outside the church is the lack of ability or desire to care for and love people well, especially those that are different than us. The Scriptures often reveal how our outward treatment of people indicates our inward distance from God and His kingdom. Jesus addresses these heart issues over and over in the Gospels, and very specifically in the "Sermon on the Mount" found in Matthew 5 - 7.   We will study Christ’s words in the Sermon on the Mount and discuss how we can apply these truths in light of the Gospel as we look for God to grow our love for him in our hearts so much that it overflows in our love for others.
 
Come join us as we work through these ideas together as sinful people in need of a Savior. We often say of our group, “It’s okay to not be okay here.”  We all recognize our individual and collective struggles with sin, and we hope that by shining the light of truth into these dark places, the Lord will lead us to a closer walk with him and with each other.


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1 Corinthians Gym building - Gymnasium
Teachers:  Greg Teal and Mark Wilke
Meeting In-Person / Zoom option also available

Paul’s letter to the church at Corinth is such a relevant study for us as a church and as God’s people in this culture.  Paul’s purpose in writing this letter to the church in Corinth was to address and correct the immorality and divisions that had arisen among them.  He addresses confusion about practices of worship in areas where they were becoming like the world, mirroring the culture around them. Although primarily a “corrective” letter, Paul teaches many doctrines with the idea that “wrong living stems from wrong belief.”  This is a book that does not skip the “difficult” subjects and continually points us to Christ, the sole source and fount of life. 

Please come join us as we begin our study of the book of I Corinthians.  We have singles, married, young and old, parents and grandparents, people from across generations—and we listen to and learn from each other.  In addition to our teaching time, we take time each week to share and pray together.

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Holiness & The Pursuit of God / Gym building - Room 3
Teacher:  William Foxx & Ron Burke
Meeting in person / Zoom option also available

The class is continuing its survey of The Green Letters, a devotional book by Miles Stanford.  The book considers and applies the verses in Colossians 2: 6-7, “Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving.”  Come join us and be encouraged in your pursuit of Christ!