Discipleship Groups

Bible Studies & Discipleship Groups: Fall 2015

Women’s Study: A group of women getting together to share stories and friendship with warm drinks and treats on Thursday evenings at 7:30pm. We will be choosing a book together after we have had a chance to meet and discuss topics of interest as a group. Past books have focused on missions and social justice as well as what it looks like to be a woman seeking Jesus today. If you want to journey a little deeper into God’s love through community, we’d love to have you join us! If you are interested, please contact .


Letters from a Skeptic: This book chronicles the journey of a father and son as they explore the hard questions of life, God and the intersection of the two.  During this journey, the father and son hash through such topics as why the world is so full of suffering; why an all-powerful God needs prayer; how you can believe in someone who rose from the dead; and how another man's death can pardon others.  If you want to probe these tough questions, join this group!  Contact for more information on meeting time and location.


Renting Lacy: The average age of entry into prostitution in America is 13 years old. Forced into a life they never chose, manipulated, abused and tortured at the hands of the pimps who control them, our country's children are sold on the streets, on the internet and at truck stops across America every night. They aren’t bad kids who made bad choices. They are victims of child sex trafficking. Author Linda Smith brings to life characters based on real stories and interviews with teen survivors. This study will be taking a look at the harsh subject of human trafficking and how to be in conversation about interrupting the cycle. For more information, contact .


Spoken For: Embracing Who You are and Whose You Are (Women’s study): We will be exploring the idea of a God that is relentlessly pursuing each of us, and has made His intentions very clear through His word. He wants you to be His forever. Spoken For, speaks to what it means to belong to Christ, who you are in Christ, and what it’s like to live out God’s unfolding love story. You are not up for grabs, you are spoken for.   Contact Katy Roxby at for further information on meeting time and location.


When Things Fall Apart: Bible Study on the Book of Job with Professor Matt Henry: Dead children, callous friends, sea monsters, Satan, waiting for God, and then wishing He hadn’t shown up. This semester we will wrestle with the Book of Job. This will be an in-depth look at the life and struggle of someone who represents himself, the biblical exile of Israel, and everyone who has ever asked “why do bad things happen to good people,” “why do good things happen to bad people,” and “why me?” We will explore what it means to question God about suffering, to express grief and anger at our situations, and to (maybe) find peace even when we don’t find answers. Monday nights from 4-5:15 pm in The Underground. All are welcome. Contact Professor Henry () for more information.


Dig Deeper: Every Monday we meet to read, discuss, and dig deeper into the books of Timothy.  Striving to grow closer to the Lord as a group, we reflect on these passages and share our thoughts and stories.  We use Paul's words to further our efforts of discipline and faith, encouraging each other along the way! We hope you join us Mondays @ 7:00pm in 5th floor Young lounge.  All are welcome.  Come check it out! Contact either or with any questions.


The Gift of Creativity: Gather with fellow musicians and artists to talk about how we worship God through artistic expression and creativity. Contact for more information.


Bible on Bromfield: Pastor Jake & Rachel invite you to come over to their house every Sunday night @ 6pm at 21 Bromfield St. We’ll hang out, dive into the Bible, and eat a lot!  All college-aged students are welcome, so bring a group of friends for a time to get away from campus for a few hours.  Contact Jake Chastain at


Divorce Care: Have you experienced divorce in your family?  Do you wonder how to move from broken to healthy relationships?  Together we will explore letting go of guilt, pain, and anger.  Discover new ways to enrich your own relationships.  For more information contact .

  Grief Share: If you have experienced a loss in your life that would like prayer and support for, please contact us about the possibility of joining a group and we will journey together.  Contact for more information.






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