Bible Studies & Small Groups

As with everything in our world today, the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way we are organizing our studies and groups. During the fall and spring, we typically offer Wednesday in the Neighborhood groups, which meet in different people's homes around the area for a meal, Bible study and connection. And our Sunday School classes would normally meet at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday mornings.


We also encourage everyone to "band together" and become part of a small group. Groups can be as small as three people, and you can meet in person or electronically. Learn more about banding together


  • Communication skills for co-parenting

    Wednesdays, 6-7:15 p.m. at Parkway Heights
    October 14-November 18


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    This class has been developed to assist parents who are divorced, who never married but live separately or who live together but do not always agree about parenting. Over the six-week class, parents will develop skills to communicate and work together towards raising an independent child. Topics will include a discussion of personality types, various types of relationships, raising strong children, psychological effects of divorce on children, decision making, communication, discipline, alienation and beyond. There is no registration fee or other charge for this class; however, appropriate opportunities for love offerings may be provided.

  • divisions: conversations about race, the church & our nation

    November 4 at 7 p.m. / Via Zoom / Led by Sam Bruton


    These webinars will invite special guests who have made a difference in our world to speak with Sam and Bruce. The special guest on November 4 will be Joseph Reiff, author of Born of Conviction: White Methodists and Mississippi's Closed Society. Join us on Zoom for these meaningful conversations.

  • monday lunch group

    Mondays at noon / Via Zoom / Begins September 14 / Led by Brian Ford


    Take a break in your day to share a meal and continue walking together on the spiritual path. This group will be listening to Barbara Brown Taylor's Holy Envy. The group typically begins their time together with a period of silence before 20 minutes of video or audio, followed by conversation for the rest of the hour. 


    The group occasionally meets on Fridays instead of Mondays. Search for the private group "Monday Lunch Group" on Facebook for more information and to learn of date changes.

  • rebuilding when your relationship ends

    Next Session Tentatively Planned for January 2021

    Facilitated by Lou Ann Morris


    This highly regarded program ministers to hurting individuals. The nine-week workshop is based on the belief that if given information, guidance and emotional support, people can adjust to the ending of a relationship through separation, divorce or death and experience personal growth. Learn more at facebook.com/divorcegriefrecovery.