Welcome to discipleship! As you may already know, a disciple is a forgiven sinner who is following Jesus in repentance and faith - growing deeper, stronger, and beyond. The word disciple means an active learner who is growing to know Jesus and learning to be like Him.

Disciples are made by the Word of God proclaimed, in prayerful dependence on the Spirit of God, by the people of God, persevering in relationships in grace over time.

It is the joy and privilege of all God’s people to be involved in the process of discipleship and making disciples. The Bible teaches that the Holy Spirit empowers all disciples to speak the Word of God in a rich variety of ways.

Please join us in one of the following ways as we establish and equip each other to be more and more like His Son.

Large Groups


Dominical— “Isaiah”

  •  We will be studying the Old Testament Book of Isaiah with an emphasis on New Testament Fulfillment.
  •  10:45 am to noon in the Church Parlor (Main)
  •  Leaders: Bill & Sherill Martin

Genesis— “Reformed Theology and Others” (7 weeks) followed by “I Am Statements” (7 weeks)

  •  We’re going to examine the main tenants of Reformed Theology and compare to some others. Then we will look at the seven “I Am” Statements of Jesus.
  •  10:45 to 11:45 am in Fellowship Hall (Main)
  •  Leaders: Tom Aubele, Dan Brown 

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Co-Ed Groves


Koinonia— “Ecclesiastes—Chasing after Meaning”

  •  From this storehouse of wisdom, Solomon makes general pronouncements concerning life’s most perplexing issues to counsel people like us who face difficult decisions.
  •  10:45—11:45 am in Room 203 (Main)
  •  Leaders: David Rosburg, David Mulock 


Tomashewski— “The Free Gift of God: The Letter to the Romans”

  •  How should we live when we realize the immensity of Christ’s free gift of His life and death? It’s a great time to jump in and explore that issue as we continue into the letter to the Romans.
  •  5:30 to 7:00 pm (Dinner in Fellowship Hall, Class in Room 315)
  •  Leaders: Mike & Kristy Tomashewski



“The Book of Revelation”

  •  This is part two of our detailed study of the Book of Revelation. You are welcome whether or not you’ve attended part 1. 

  •  Leader: Bill & Sherill Martin

  • 7:00 to 8:30 pm in the Barclay Building

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Women's Groves


Imagine— “For Our Sins”

  •  We’ll begin by renewing our enthusiasm for reading God’s Word, then we’ll study the death of Jesus on the cross as the central event of our faith.
  •  9:30 to 10:30 am in the Barclay Building
  •  Leaders: Megan Keim, Jennifer Stolarz 


Tuesday Afternoon Coffee— “The Amazing Collection, Year 2”

  •  As we study this amazing collection, we will discover how relevant and life-changing these Books can be.
  •  1:30 to 3:00 pm in the Barclay Building
  •  Leaders: Marjean Miller, Audrey Terebessy, Saundra Rea 


Panera— “Paul’s Letters: Ephesians”

  •  We will be continuing our study of Paul’s epistles with Philippians and Colossians.
  •  4:30 to 5:15 pm (Dinner/Fellowship)
  •  5:15 to 6:30 pm (Study) at Penn Center Panera
  •  Leaders: Denise McCutcheon, Sue Loya

Single Moms— “The Armor of God” by Priscilla Shirer

  •  In this Grove, we will clarify our identity as Godly women through the guidance of the small group Bible study, “Woman of God”, reflecting on our relationship with God, our values and morals, and how to practically apply biblical guidance into our own lives as well as the lives of our children. 

  •  Leaders: Jennifer Curran, Alacia Eicher

  •  5:30 to 7:00 pm in the Church Parlor (Main) (Childcare available—we will follow the Kidz Club schedule)


Wednesday Women— “The Amazing Collection, Year 2”

  •  As we study this amazing collection, we will discover how relevant and life-changing these Books can be. 

  •  Leaders: Karen Painter, Mary Jo Bernazzoli

  •  6:30 to 8:00 pm in the Barclay Building



Thursday Morning Women— “The Book of Acts”

  •  Acts picks up where the Gospels leave off, recording the early progress of the Gospel as Jesus’ disciples took it from Jerusalem throughout Judea, Samaria, and the rest of the Mediterranean world. Acts forms a bridge between the four Gospels and the rest of the New Testament.
  •  9:15 to 11:00 am in the Barclay Building
  •  Leaders: Barbara Rehberg, Carol George, Bobbie Moore, Claudia McLaughlin 



The W.A.L.K.— “The Amazing Collection, Year 3”

  •  This study will take us through one book of the Bible each week - starting with I Timothy and ending with Revelation. 

  •  Leaders: Amy Hehn, Jennifer Balkey

  • 9:30 to 11:30 am in the church Parlor (Childcare Provided)

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Men's Groves


Sunday Men— “Follow Me” by David Platt

  • What should a man do? What should define him? Paul’s letter to the Ephesians shows Christian men how to live in a complex world. 

  • Leaders: Dan Gallagher, Rich Lukas

  • 9:30 to 10:30 am in Room 301 (Main)


Tuesday Men—“Biblical Characters  Revealing God’s Character”

  •  We will be studying how Jesus changes who I am, and how what Jesus does changes what I am to do. 

  • Leaders: Frank Cafaro, Bill Kear

  • 7:00 to 8:30 pm in the Barclay Building



Wednesday Morning Men— “The Parables”

  • We will be looking at what Jesus teaches us about Himself and about us through the Parables.
  • 6:30 to 8:00 am (sharp!) at Longue Vue Club, Verona
  • Leaders: Bill Kear, Doug Rehberg

 Wednesday Evening Men— “Principles for Leading Your Family”

  •  We will use Scripture to help guide us through what it means to lead our family in a Christ-like manner. Intentional time will be set aside for connecting and sharing the joys and trials as we work to apply the learned principles in our lives.
  •  7:30 to 9:00 pm at Hebron and local restaurants
  •  Leader: Keith Balkey 

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The Course Of Your Life

What would it take for you to change your life and make decisions and choices firmly based on Christ’s Great Commission? The Bible says it would take the Holy Spirit applying the life-changing truths of the Gospel in a way that deeply impacts both your heart and your way of thinking about the course of your life.

The “Course of Your Life” helps you to apply these truths as you prayerfully soak in God’s Word and think carefully about its practical implications. And you do all this with the assistance and prayerful encouragement of a group of Christian brothers and sisters who are doing the same thing along side you.

Requirements: Adults who are faithful, available, and teachable. Each group meets for 2 hours each week, with an additional hour spent in separate study with a group member. A retreat is also held. Class size is limited to 12. Contact one of the leaders below for more information and to register.

Tuesday Evening

Leaders: Jerry Zeilstra and Margie Krogh


Thursday Evening

Leaders: Laura Ivanov & Jayne Shorthouse

Contact Jerry Zeilstra to register for The Course Of Your Life