Small groups offer deepening relationships with God and one another, opportunities to share need and pray together, open doors to service and spiritual growth. Most of our Sunday School classes (meeting at 9 a.m. on Sunday mornings) offer these dynamics and all of them welcome new participants. In addition, small groups related to grief recovery, Alzheimers' support, divorce care, and divorce care for kids meet regularly. To learn more, please contact Pastor Carma Wood.


together, Sundays, 9-10 a.m.

Meets in Room 137 (first floor)
NEW! this summer, June 23 - August 11. A Bible Study for persons with and without cognitive disabilities through August 11 in Room 137. Anyone is welcome (not just people with disabilities) This 8-week summer Sunday school class will be engaging for anyone as the content has many ways to "connect" with it and is appropriate for adults of all ages. Interested in attending? Contact: Nan Barclay, 765.649.5194 so that space and any special needs (dietary, behavioral, cognitive) can be accommodated.

CROSSROADS, Sundays, 9-10 a.m.

Meets in Room 162 (first floor, west wing)
Book-based studies introduce a variety of themes for discussion and interaction. This intergenerational class welcomes a diversity of viewpoints. A great setting for first time visitors. Contact: Janet Brewer

FAITH & JUSTICE, Sundays, 9-10 a.m.

Meets in Room 134
Connect with God and others through an exploration of spiritual formation, faith
and biblical justice. A Sunday morning option for community-minded participants to wrestle with what it means to live faithfully in an issue bound world. Contact: Nic Don Stanton-Roark

biblical insights for life, Sundays, 9-10 a.m.

Meets in Room 137
Read and discuss the Bible to discover what it says about how to live and interact with people in every day life. It doesn’t matter if you are new to reading the Bible or an expert, you will find the Bible has fresh insights for your life today. Contact: Leah Helvering

truthfinders, Sundays, 9-10 a.m.

Meets in Covenant Room (ground floor, west entrance)
Come into an inquisitive, caring, and fun-loving environment with active seniors exploring a broad range of topics combining Bible study and a variety of speakers to spark discussion. Contact: Clyde Harting or Kay Schlafer.

goodwill, Sundays, 9-10 a.m.

Meets in Room 138 (first floor, church conference room)
Church of God Bible study curriculum is used in this class. The class is committed to intercessory prayer for each other, the church, community, state, nation, world. Contact: Mike Tincher

christian cogitators, Sundays, 9-10 a.m.

Meets in Room B-21 (lower level)
This class is most often a book study encompassing a variety of topics. The participants also enjoy two retreats each year: one family emphasis, one spiritual formation emphasis. Contact: Cheryl Willowby

conversations, Sundays, 9-10 a.m.

Meets in Room 154
Participate in lively, provocative discussions about living a life of faith with a biblical perspective. Contact: Ed Breeden

pathways, Sundays, 9-10 a.m.

Meets in Newberry Room (ground floor, west entrance)
A great builder’s generation option, this nurturing group for seniors discusses a variety of timely topics using the Bible as a foundation. Each class begins with a brief time of music and worship. Contact: Don Schrader


At our church, we share stories, build relationships, experience grace, and celebrate friendship. Events are planned to engage women of all ages to develop experiences spiritually, socially, and emotionally in community. Lunches, sharing skills and creativity, retreats and living life with God are all part of the interactions that happen with women. Some events include daughters and younger girls and there are other times child care is provided. See our calendar of events for:


When we allow music, writing, painting, dance, photography, drama . . . all art forms to engage honest seekers in a relationship with God, the un-capturable character of the Creator is somehow more fully known, and, we hope, is more fully lived. At our church, we offer opportunities for you to share your artistic talent through choir, worship team and band, technical team and fine arts. To learn more, please contact Carma Wood.


Wednesdays, 6-7:30 p.m.

Meets in the Bessie Byrum Lounge
GriefShare is a special weekly seminar and support group designed to help you rebuild your life after losing a loved one. Anyone is welcome to attend who has experienced the death of a spouse, child, family member, or friend. Contact: Leah Helvering, 765.643.4236. 


A support group aimed at strengthening those providing care to loved ones with dementia meets the fourth Tuesday of the month at 10:30 A.M. in Room 138. For more information contact Loretta Davy (