If you haven’t already noticed, you’ll soon discover just how important community is to everyone here. In fact, helping you build relationships is one reason we want to get you and your family connected as quickly as possible. One of the easiest and most fulfilling ways to do that is through our Sunday morning Bible Study groups. That’s because Bible Study Leaders and members engage in Bible study with a particular eye toward growing in Christ and in relationship with each other. They’re committed to walking through “real life” together. You see, our Sunday morning Bible Study groups are more than just classes, they are communities of like-minded believers who share many things in common including life-stages and children of the same ages. What’s more, these groups provide support for each other through all that life throws at them. From celebrating the arrival of a new baby to providing a compassionate shoulder during times of mourning, our people are here for each other. Best of all, there is a Sunday morning Bible Study group that is just right for you.
Bible Study Class (Adult Bible Fellowships) Descriptions:
9:30am Bible Studies
Crossroads (Single Adults, all ages) Room 102
Crossroads is a group of men and women of all ages who are single or single again. This class studies Bible-based materials and books, and enjoys getting together for socials, small group studies, and volunteer activities.
HomeBuilders (Adults, 40+) Room 216
Homebuilders are couples with children from school age through high school. Most members are in their mid-thirties to early fifties. These are families working to establish godly homes while raising godly children. Homebuilders places special emphasis on life application of God’s truth.
CrossWalk (Adults, 50+) Room 231
Members of this class are generally parents of high school through college age students as well as young adults. These couples are “walking” out their faith in front of their children who are growing to embrace their own faith.
Legacy (Adults, 50+ empty nest) Room 118
Legacy is a class of 40-somethings through empty nesters (couples and singles) building a legacy through Bible studies, fellowships, friendships, active participation in a variety of church activities, and ministry within the church and our community.
Praise (Adults, 50+, empty nest) Room 117
Praise is a fun and friendly group of empty nesters 50-65 yrs old who are committed to serving each other through dedicated group member care and relevant Bible study using a rotation of teachers. Class members enjoy a number of exciting activities and fellowship opportunities throughout the year.
Grace (Adults, 60+ empty nest) Room 116
The Grace class is a large class, whose members are active within the church as well as the community and various civic organizations. They enjoy warm fellowship with one another and an active social calendar.
Glory (Adults, 60+ empty nest) Room 130
This class is a large class filled with people from all walks of life and life stages. It’s made up of a wide range of ages from 60somethings to 80somethings. Glory provides many opportunities for members to share in life’s blessings and challenges. The class consists of multiple life groups, active couples, widows and widowers who take care of each other through warm fellowship.
Joy (Women, 50+) Room 218
The Joy class is a Christ-centered care group, sisterhood, and support group for ladies in their 50’s - 80’s. It includes singles, married, divorced and widowed ladies. They are an active group of women who meet for monthly fellowships and yearly mission projects.
Chapel Class (Adults, 70+) Room 101
Active in church life and engaging in the Baptist Way Press expository quarterlies on specific Bible books, this group includes co-ed and women’s Bible study options. Members of the Chapel Class are generally senior adults ranging in age from 60s to 90+.
Fellowship Men (Men, 60+) Room 128
Fellowship men are the elder statesmen of North Side. Each Sunday morning they meet to discuss quarterly Bible lessons. Fellowship Men participate in the activities and outings of the Chapel Class.
11:00am Bible Studies
CO2 (College Age) Room 218
CO2 represents communion on two fronts – with Christ and community with others. It’s a group of college students who meet at church on Sunday mornings and in homes on Tuesday evenings for Bible study, worship, and a meal. The group actively serves Weatherford and Parker County and offers domestic and international mission opportunities each year. CO2’s primary goal is to grow in relationship with Jesus Christ while being committed to a community of like-minded believers.
Equip (Singles) Room 104
Equip is our new class for young adults in the post-college, pre-family stage of life. Our vision is to equip young adults to be disciples and to grow in their knowledge of and love for The Lord. The group will be built on strong biblical teaching with an emphasis on community and serving together.
One Life (Young Couples) Room 232
Diversity is the key for One Life. It’s a class designed for engaged and newly married couples and couples with very young children. One Life seeks to build strong foundations for families that are built upon the lasting truth of God’s Word. The class frequently gathers for fun and fellowship and small Bible study/care groups. Bible Study is often spent in open-discussion of biblical truths that emphasize understanding Christianity in our modern culture as well as God’s plan for marriage and family.
Pursuit (Young Couples with Kids) Room 118
Members of Pursuit develop friendships with other parents while sharing the joy that is found in raising young children in a Christ-centered home. It’s a class that is fully and exclusively designed to serve young parents in their 20s and 30s. Pursuit members are also committed to meeting twice monthly in member homes for kid-friendly evening fellowship and study. Leaders use a variety of teaching methods and curriculum aimed at generating relevant discussion resulting in applying God’s word to everyday life.
Journey (Adults of all ages and life stages) Room 101 (Chapel)
Journey is a blend of singles and couples from all ages and life stages. Members describe themselves as “a community of Christians making our way through life together as we seek God’s will for ourselves and our families.” You’ll find that Journey is a great place to connect to North Side for support and growth in Christ. The class was born out of the command found in Philippians 1:27. “conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of the gospel of Christ” Curriculum includes passage and topical studies.
Commitment (40s+) Room 231
Commitment is a welcoming class that explores new and exciting ways to study and apply God’s word. It’s made up of a group of 40-something parents and professionals who are connected to the North Side community and each other. Commitment has spent time in The Gospel Project as well as the Explore the Bible series of Bible Study quarterlies.
Transformed (40s+) Room 130 (Fireside)
Our Transformed Bible Study is a large class of people in their 40’s and 50’s mostly with children in their home. Their group was formed out of a series that our church went through together in early 2015, that focused on being spiritually transformed from the inside out. The adults that make up this group are seeking to put those principles into practice as they seek to honor the Lord with their whole lives, while raising godly children.
Maranatha (Adults of all ages and life stages) Room 117
Maranatha is a multi-generational and multi-life stage class open to anyone who is interested in being challenged by the study of God’s Word. Singles, couples, and parents with children of all ages enjoy deeply relevant presentation and discussion of biblical truths. Members work together to serve Christ, each other, and the Parker County community.
Summit (Young Couples with Kids) Room 216
Summit is a growing class where parents of elementary-aged children are doing life together. They enjoy study and discussion of important Bible topics and biblical approaches to life’s challenges. The class has regular fellowship opportunities that include girls’ nights out, community outreach programs with their children and other meetings outside of class.