Communities of Belonging

Our church is committed to building an even better community within our church family through our Communities of Belonging.

Finding community is an integral part of growing in faith, and the Communities of Belonging initiative provides opportunities for us to build new relationships. Life has a way of pulling us in many directions, and we recognize the desire to connect beyond just Sunday mornings.  We are excited about this season in our church as we explore together how every member can be the connected body of Christ.

Communities of Belonging

Communities of Belonging for the Fall generally begin the week of September 10th and run through the week of November 19th. Fall 2023 term will be studying the book of Hebrews.

Hebrews is a letter written to the Hebrew believers who were discouraged and tempted to go back to Judaism. The letter emphasized the superiority of Christ in both His person and work over the rituals and ceremonies of the Old Testament, which were only shadows of things to come. The letter also addresses different groups of readers: believers, unbelievers who accepted the facts of Christ, and unbelievers who rejected Christ. The letter urges the readers to hold fast to their faith and hope in Christ, who is the faithful High Priest and higher than the angels.

We will be studying from the “Hebrews for Everyone” book by NT Wright.

Register online to join one of the Communities of Belonging groups listed below.

Day                 Time                Demo              COBs                          Format

Monday           1:00pm            Women            COB (Pickel)               In-person Pickel’s home

Wednesday      5:30pm            All ages          COB (Coble)                 In-person (virtual sometimes)

Wednesday      7:45pm            All ages           COB (Higgins)            Virtual

Thursday         9:30am             All ages           COB (Gordon/Sauer)  Hybrid –Vance Hall & zoom

Sunday            9:45am             All ages           COB (Cornerstone)      In-person – FPC Vance Hall

Sunday            7:00pm            All ages           COB (Hindman)          Hybrid–Hindman home & zoom


Before your group begins, the leaders will contact you about in-person location or provide Zoom link information for virtual option.

If you need help with registration or choosing a group, contact Julia Wilk via email or call 615-298-9509. Registration ends about a week before classes start.

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