Adult Small Groups
Adult Sunday School
Daughters of the King — Sundays at 11:00 am online
This group of ladies meets to understand what we as Christians are called to believe, and how our faith leads us to respond. This fall they will be studying the gospel of John, using the Serendipity Bible. Contact Millie Seiler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Explorations — Sundays at 11:00 am online
Explorations focuses on understanding the Bible by reading one book at a time. There is review and discussion of what is read, to help apply it in our lives. This fall the focus will be on Esther and Job, using the Serendipity Bible. Contact Ginnie Poulsen at
Practical Christianity — Sundays at 11:00 am online
This class is designed to look at what it means to be a Presbyterian living in today's world. PC plans to explore how Christianity interfaces with day-to-day life by A) using resources gleaned from TheThoughtfulChristian.com, and B) helping their leader — Derek Maul — flesh out a new book , "Christianity: I don't think that word means what you think it means." Contact Derek Maul at
Reading Scripture: Yesterday and Today — Sundays at 9:00 am online
This fall Reading Scripture will be studying the glad tidings chapters of the Old Testament book that has been called the “Fifth Gospel,” namely: Isaiah 40-66. A recommended commentary to use as a study guide is Walter Bruggemann, Isaiah 40-66 in the “Westminster Bible Companion” (John Knox Westminster Press). Their attention and discussion is focused on the biblical text itself rather than any commentary. Contact Keat Wiles at
Stumbling Disciples — Sundays at 11:00 am online
This class will bring together all of Christ's "Stumbling Disciples" for fellowship, scriptural readings and discussions -- all of which are accompanied by good old-fashioned casual adult conversation. This course is intended for individuals just beginning their journey with Christ, as well as those who have been walking with the Lord for many years. Contact Andy Voelker at or David Newton at email@example.com.
Other Adult Small Groups
Fathers Who Aren’t in Heaven — Wednesdays at 7:00 pm at Joyner Park
Come out to Joyner Park on Wednesday nights for self-guided discussions on stories from the Bible like Jonah and Jesus feeding the 5,000. We'll discuss what was going on during the time of these stories, why the story was told, and how we can relate the story to today's time. Most importantly — how do we learn from the story and act according to the WORD? Come out and grow with us! Contact Kevin Herman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday Morning Men — Fridays at 6:15 am online
This group is for men, husbands, sons, brothers -- all male sinners are welcome! Our aim is to uphold each other in our Christian walk and seek God through prayer; study of His Word; honest, open, discussion; and laughter. The fall study is Max Lucado’s book, “And The Angels Were Silent — The Final Week Of Jesus.” Contact Andre Esguerra at
Iron Sharpens Iron — Wednesdays at 6:30 pm and Saturdays at 7:30 am, at WFPC with option to Zoom in
Iron Sharpens Iron are two separate covenant groups for men that are built around mutual encouragement, support, and accountability. Iron Sharpens Iron tends to go deep by focusing on how scripture informs our day-to-day lives. Fall 2020 will focus on the books of Galatians and Genesis. Contact Derek Maul at
Jōb Not jŏb — Mondays at 7:00 pm online
What not to do as a friend when a friend is suffering? What does a truly honest relationship with God look like? Is there hope in the midst of unbearable grief? This streamed class will begin on Monday, September 14. RSVP to Pastor Rebekah Maul at to be part of this study on one of the most controversial books in the Bible.
Morning Glory Circle — 2nd/4th Thursdays at 10:00 am at WFPC with option to Zoom in
The Morning Glories are a group of women studying the Bible, serving the community, and enjoying being together. They use the Presbyterian Women Bible study each year; the fall study is “Into the Light: Finding Hope through Prayers of Lament” by P. Lynn Miller (a Presbyterian Women Study) this fall and winter. Contact Helen Halva at
Mornings With Christ — 2nd/4th Wednesdays at 9:30 am at WFPC with option to Zoom in
Mornings With Christ is a group for women within our community. We meet to praise our God and study how to be better disciples of Christ. We share our stories, laugh together and pray with persistence. We welcome any woman who would like to join us. The fall study will be “Soul Detox” by Craig Gorschel. Contact
Naptime — Fridays at 9:00 pm online
“Nurture And Prayer To Inspire Moms Everywhere” This group of mothers with young children gathers to offer support and fellowship as they raise their children and deal with all of the challenges that mothers face in this ever-changing world. Contact email@example.com.
Perspectives — Tuesdays, every five or six weeks, at 7:00 pm online
Because the best way to truly understand other people is to see the world through their eyes, Perspectives attempts to do just that by reading and discussing books that express a wide variety of viewpoints about important and sometimes difficult issues. The first book for fall is “I Think You’re Wrong, But I’m Listening: A Guide to Grace-Filled Political Discussion.” Contact
Women of the Word — 2nd/4th Tuesdays at 7:00 pm online
The women of WOW love to study, learn, absorb and practice our understanding of God and His Son. We encourage and pray for one another. We laugh, oh can we laugh. They invite you to join them for their fall 2020 study, “Matchless — The Life and Love of Jesus” by Angie Smith. Contact