Studies & Activities

We offer a great lineup of activities that meet throughout the week. We offer several classes for adults that are aimed to help us develop as Jesus followers in our intellect (head), our passions (heart) and our actions (hands).

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Develop Night!

We as a church family value community. We believe that life is better together. Just as followers of Jesus did in the early days immediately following Jesus death and resurrection, we want people to encourage one another, pray for each other and continue meeting virtually.  

Each of our develop classes is committed to continue studying scripture, praying for each other and supporting one another while we practice social distancing to beat the Coronavirus. If you need help connecting to a develop class, please email Dave McPherson


Wednesday nights we have several places where individuals can grow closer to God in community with others. We also offer an affordable meal beginning at 5:15 pm, unless otherwise indicated. 

Celebration Singers

7:00 to 8:30 pm / choir room

The Celebration Singers choir, led by Jeff Elkins, is a multigenerational group dedicated to worshiping the Lord through music. If you like to sing, we have a spot for you! All are welcome to rehearse with us on Wednesday evenings and sing in the choir loft during the 11:00 am service on Sundays. For more information email Tracy Crone or call her at (918) 594.5059. We break for summer during the month of July and the first Wednesday in August.

Celebration Orchestra

7:00 to 8:30 pm / orchestra room

The Celebration Orchestra, led by Brad Henderson, plays each Sunday in the 11:00 am service. Our orchestra is a volunteer group of musicians who serve through playing feature pieces and offering rich orchestral accompaniment to hymns and choir anthems as well. If you are interested in joining us or for more information, please email Tracy Crone or call her at (918)594-5059. We break for summer during the month of July and the first Wednesday in August.

Memorize and Experience Jesus’ Message on the Mount

January 15-April 29 / 6:15-7:15pm / room 403c / led by Deron Spoo & Marissa Carter

Matthew 5, 6, and 7 record some of the most memorable teachings of Jesus. In fact, these chapters are considered to be among the most essential chapters in all the Bible. So why not commit them to memory? Yes, you can memorize Scripture! Yes, God will honor your effort! And yes, when we hide God’s word in our hearts, He will become more available to us in every moment of our day (Psalm 119:9-11).

Evangelism in a Secular Age

January 15-April 29 / 6:15-7:15pm / room 405c / led by Chris Matthews

The Bible makes it clear that evangelism is essential to following Jesus. Yet the majority of Christians today admit to infrequently, if ever, sharing the gospel of Jesus with others.  Today, conversations about Jesus are often met with defensiveness or objections.  How should we share the good news of Jesus in love with our neighbors in an increasingly secular and skeptical age?

History of Christianity

January 15-April 29 / 6:15-7:15pm / room 404c / led by Dave McPherson

Nearly two thousand years of world events have happened since Jesus of Nazareth walked the earth. How has Christianity grown and developed? Why do we even have “denominations?” What were the crusades all about? Over the course of thirteen weeks, we will explore the major historical movements that surrounded the inception, growth and challenges of Christianity. Along the way, we will also explore how some denominations formed. 

Women’s Book Study: Rhythms of Renewal  by Rebekah Lyon

January 15-April 29 / 6:15-7:15pm /room 408c / led by Kathryn Johnson

Daily struggles with anxiety and stress make it difficult to receive God's peace. This eight-week study will follow Rebekah Lyon’s book Rhythms of Renewal: Trading Stress and Anxiety for a Life of Peace and Purpose. This study will help you trade your anxiety for the vibrant life you were meant to live through four profound rhythms: rest, restore, connect, and create. With encouraging stories and practical steps, author Lyons will help you begin an intentional, lifelong journey toward sustained emotional, relational, and spiritual health.

Marriage Book Study: Love and Respect 

January 15-April 29 / 6:15-7:15pm / Detroit Tower room 111 / led by Kevin & Dell Coutant

Touted by leaders as a "classic" among marriage books, award-winning Love & Respect has sold over 1.6 million copies! Love & Respect reveals why spouses react negatively to each other, and how they can deal with such conflict quickly, easily and biblically. Join us for this eight-week study as we explore how we can grow in our marriages and become the best we can be. Whether you are newly married, seasoned in your marriage, constantly struggling, or relationally well, this study is for you!

American Sign Language and the Gospel

January 15-April 29 / 6:15-7:15pm / Detroit Tower room 109 / led by Gayle Campbell

Did you know that less than 4% of the Deaf community in the United States of America have been exposed to the gospel? Many deaf individuals do not have access to a church with accommodations that allow them access to the Gospel, to connect to the Bible or begin a relationship with God. Help us change that statistic. Through this thirteen-week class, learn the basics of American Sign Language and cultivate a heart for this unreached people group within our back yard. Cost $20 for materials.

Financial Peace by Dave Ramsey

January 15-April 29 / 6:15 to 7:15 pm / Children's Building large conference room / led by Bobby Hart

This nine-week study by Dave Ramsey is designed to change the culture of giving in our country – starting with the church, spreading to the community and ultimately impacting the world. This is an initiative to completely revolutionize the way we handle God’s money. It’s about creating a church filled with intense, passionate, sold out, cheerful givers. In this nine-week course, you will learn to truly be doers of the Word in the area of financial responsibility. Cost is $100.

Healthy Living Workout

January 15-April 29 / 6:15 to 7:15 pm / Detroit Tower room 108 / led by Julie Donelson

This fourteen-week course examines the Bible as it describes your body as a temple in which the Holy Spirt makes His dwelling. It is hard to worship and serve at your best when you don’t feel your best. Having a restored temple is a doorway to joy. In this course, we will work on moving from good intentions and resolutions to developing a lifestyle of physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Please come in your active gear ready for exercise.

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