Life GRoups

Christianity is not meant to be lived alone.


True discipleship takes place within smaller communities. Our Life Groups are the beginning point for encouragement and to form lasting, Gospel-centered relationships within our church.

Sunday Morning Life groups  (9:30 am)

Young Singles Group

Room 101


This group is for ages 18-mid/late 20s. Led by Mike and Lynn McGuff, they study the Bible and seek to create community among our young singles.

Pastor Adam's Group

Room 104


Led by one of our elders, Adam Covington, this mixed group including various stages of life (mostly parents with young children) is studying The Gospel Project curriculum.

Younger Families' Group

Room 105


Led by Kelly Utterback, this mixed group with young children is studying through books of the Bible.

Koinonia Group

Room 106


Led by Clarke Danner, Jim Johnson and Scott Salzman, this mixed group of a wide variety of ages is studying the Psalms.


Intergenerational Group

Room 122A


Led by Greg Nowlin, this mixed group of all ages is studying through books of the Bible.

Whosoever Will Group

Room 100


Led by John Harris, this predominantly senior adults group is studying through books of the Bible.





Sunday Night Life Groups  (6:30pm)

Young Marrieds Group

Led off-campus by one of our elders/pastors Paul & his wife, Janet Wynne, this group of young marrieds is studying through God's Word. Email Paul, wynnepaul @ ymail.com, for more information. 







Wednesday Night Life Groups  (6:30pm)

Parents' Group

Room 105


Led by David Kinard and Paul Mayhan, this mixed group of parents with younger children is studying through God's Word.

Young Marrieds with Kids

Room 106


Led by Brandon Heine and Nathan Wester, this group of parents is studying The Meaning of Marriage. 

Harvester's Group

Room 100


Led by Doug Cole and David Nigh, this mixed group of predominantly middle-aged folks is studying through Leviticus.

Yahweh Rider's Group

Room 103


Led by Lupe Gonzalez and Tony Shadix, this mixed group of predominantly middle-aged folks who enjoy motorcycles is studying through books of the Bible.