On various weeknights, Bible studies take place in several private homes. We meet together to care and encourage each other. This is done through good fellowship, in-depth study of the Scriptures, discussion, and prayer. Christians have been meeting together in homes ever since the church began. You can read about it in Acts 12, where Christians did this in Jerusalem; see especially verse 12. While we don't feel required by the Scriptures to do this in homes, we find that it is encouraging, instructive and convenient.
Have you ever wanted to have good, strong relationships with people in a small group who name the name of Christ? Have you desired to learn and discuss the inspired Scriptures with other people who care about being edified through them? Do you want to be part of a group that will pray for things on your mind? You are welcome to attend a Bible study. It costs nothing and you learn great things that can really help you in every day life.
The study format is discussion based, which means that comments from those participating are essential for the development of the lesson. Previous lesson topics have been on influential people in the history of the Scriptures, textual studies of a single book, and topical studies on particular doctrine.
Our Bible studies most commonly meet at 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Each group sets its own day to meet on, ranging from Wednesday, Tuesday to Thursday. You can email or call us to find out which group meets at what time.
While the location that church meets to worship on Sunday morning is held in the Millwoods area, our Bible studies meet elsewhere. Locations range from the University area, to Castledowns, to Millwoods. We recommend that you contact us by email or phone to get directions to the closest group.