Men's Bible study

Over the years the Men’s Bible Study has been an important part of the spiritual life of many men in our congregation. When you arrive at 8:00 am, you’ll find coffee and Harner’s coffee-cakes waiting for you.

The group studies books from the Old and New Testament, as selected by the group, and also other books, such as The Divine Conspiracy by Dallas Willard and A Generous Orthodoxy by Brian McLaren.

Participants “chip in” $2 each Saturday, and the money is used for a variety of mission purposes, such as helping fund the summer high school mission trip, contributing to a community social service agency fund-raiser, helping a family with medical bills. Some guys have been in the group for several years, while others have just started coming. You’ll find a warm welcome!

We meet in Paxton Hall—close to the kitchen counter—on Saturdays, 8:00-9:15 am.



This group studies books of the Bible in which people in the group have an interest. The group also studies books dealing with issues in Christian living. Recently, the group read Philip Yancey’s book, Prayer: Does It Work? Other books include C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters, and John Ortberg’s Everybody Is Normal—Until You Get to Know Them. 

One of the great benefits of regular participation in a Bible study is the friendship that people experience. God often speaks to us through people in a study group, as we share insights and experiences.

This group meets on Wednesdays, 9:30 – 11am in Paxton Hall.


This group utilize a variety of methods for Bible Study and is known for lively discussions.  We also spend time sharing joys, concerns and prayer. This group meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month, 9:30-11am.