Whether you have family nearby or you’re from far away, your church family will always be by your side. You can count on it. Small groups are where you connect with people to journey through this thing we call life together.
We have all kinds of small groups for our members to connect with each other. From Pearl Knit, Rusty Hammers, JOY Seniors, Theology One, to Bible Study groups - we have something for everyone. If you have a passion you’d like to share, start your own group. We love new groups to be added to our ministry.
Adults have a variety of Sunday School groups they can join based on their interests and faith journey. Here is a list of our adult Sunday School groups:
Men can connect with God and grow in community with one another through events specifically for them. The United Methodist Men’s group is one group that meets the first Sunday of each month for breakfast. Not only do they connect and grow, but they serve. Participating in service projects such as assisting in Habitat for Humanity or the Western N.C. Methodist Disaster Relief, allows them give back to our neighbors.
Women can connect with God and grow in community with one another through groups specifically for them. The United Methodist Women’s group, Friendship Circle and Morning Glories Circle are open to anyone.
Tuesday Morning with Pastor Toni Ruth, 10 a.m Room 2
Toni Ruth’s Bible Study is a group for women of all ages to come learn more about the Bible in a supportive fellowship. The topic varies, but always is rooted in the Scripture as we seek to discover how God’s Word impacts our daily living as disciples. We meet on weekly September – May. In the Summer Months we switch things up with a Book Club where read a work of fiction and find where it intersects with faith. All are welcome!
Thursday Evening with Pastor Wes, 7:30 p.m Room 2
Wes’ Bible Study is an opportunity to come learn more about the Bible in a small group setting. We dive deep into God’s word to learn how we might be transformed by the Holy Spirit working through Scripture and in our lives. Topics vary and we usually spend 5-6 weeks on one particular book or theme. We meet on weekly September – May.