small groups


While attending church every week is good for you – both spiritually and physically – it shouldn’t be your only interaction with believers. Christianity is best experienced as part of a community. In a small group you get to experience God with other believers, but you also have the opportunity to go deeper in your studies and relationships – all while socializing and having a good time.

When you are part of a small group, people know your name, care about you, and are willing and able to support you when it’s needed most. If you’re ready to become part of a small group that is focused on becoming more like Christ, reach out to Amy Thigpen for more information. She will introduce you to one of our small groups.

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Amy Thigpen | Discipleship Director


Groups Offered on Sundays


Groups Offered on Wednesdays


Empty Nest, Full Life:

How to Thrive After Your Kids Leave Home

Led by: Amy Thigpen

Location: The home of Amy Thigpen (north of the river)

Time: Tuesdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m. 

Date: September 13th – October 18th


Jill Savage, an empty-nest veteran, offers wisdom for the murky waters ahead. If you’re like most empty-nest moms, you’re caught between grief and delight. You’re full of questions, loose ends, hopes, and regrets. Empty nesting can be a disorienting time, but it can also be the best time of your life. We will spend our weekly time together in conversation about the chapter and short video that you can read and experience at your own convenience throughout the week. The hope is that the mixture of independent study and in-person conversation with friends will be an experience that helps all of us navigate the empty-nest together. Email Amy to sign up at


Significant: Six Ordinary Women, 

One Extraordinary God

Led by: Terri Boman

Location: The home of Terri Boman

Time: Mondays at 6:00 p.m. 

Date: September 12th-October 17th


How can you walk by faith in the face of uncertainty? There’s a big difference between living a life trusting in the fake stability of the world and living a life of significance with an unshakeable God. We’ve all gotten the wind knocked out of our sails, but it’s time to keep sailing. In this study, you will learn from scripture how to-Dig in your heels with tenacity when you feel like giving up.-Worship instead of worry when life throws you curve balls.-Quit living skin-deep by cultivating the inner beauty of trust in God. Come along with blogger, pastor’s wife, and author Rachel Risner for this timely six-week journey. Walk alongside real women of the Bible through their struggles and successes, and discover how to become a woman of significance. Contact Terri at