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Small Groups

Spring small groups will begin Sunday, March 10, 2024 at 6 pm in their respective locations found under each group!


Heart of God
(Francis Chan)

What thoughts come to mind when you think of God? Do you wonder what he's like, what he thinks about you, or what he wants for you? The good news is that we don't have to go far to find answers. God tells us all we need to know about who he is and what he’s like—about his heart—and why that matters for our lives. In this six-session series, author Francis Chan takes students on a journey of discovery to the heart of God. Students will walk away knowing God better and loving him more.

Location: Old Sanctuary

(Building B-2nd floor)

Group Leaders: Britt Carroll and Jesse Freeman


The Book of Joshua
​(Louie Giglio)

After roaming the wilderness for decades, God's people finally reached the Promised Land. But there were still obstacles that stood in their way. Securing the land God had promised them would require strength, courage, and faith.


In this eight-session series, pastor Louie Giglio shows us that our story today isn't too far removed from Joshua and the Israelites: we need the same strength, courage, and faith to face the challenges in our lives. Join Louie and learn what it means to follow God faithfully, no matter what obstacles are before you. 

Location: Conference Room (Building A)

Group Leaders: Caleb and Lindsey Reel


Revelation Bible Study

Join our Pastor for a study in the book of Revelation. Each week, Dr. Dry will go through this prophetic final book of the Bible, verse by verse. Shedding light on this difficult text while encouraging dialogue and answering questions about the end times. 

Location: Sanctuary FLC (Building A)

Group Leaders: Dr. Dry


Wavy Abstract Background

Our small group format on Sunday nights is designed to be an environment of discipleship where people feel comfortable and build relationships. We want to make disciples of Jesus who make disciples of Jesus, who make disciples of Jesus, and so on. The most effective method to do this is to use the method that we see in Scripture, with Jesus and His disciples. A close personal sharing of the truth of the Gospel through appropriate relationships. 

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