Adult Groups

Sunday School Classes

Sunday School meets at 10:00 AM on Sunday morning in classes all around the church campus. Classes vary in size and cover a variety of different topics. Let us know if you would like to arrange for someone to meet you on Sunday morning and help you find a Sunday School class that might fit your needs.

Crusaders Class
Meets on first floor of Education Wing
Led by Ernie Gardner

Faithful Followers
Meets in BBC house
Led by Phillip James

Fellowship Class
Meets on first floor of Education Wing
Led by Bear Wideman

Fidelis Class
Meets on first floor of Education Wing
Led by Jerry Black

Solomon’s Porch
Meets on second floor of Education Wing
Led by Lindy McFarlin

Under Construction (A group for young adults ages 18-30)
Meets on second floor of Education Wing
Led by Aaron Hodges

If you would like more information about how you can get involved in one of our Sunday School classes, please contact Janet Brown or the church office.

Community Groups

Community Groups meet at various days and times throughout the year, and are located all around the community. A typical group meeting is about 90 minutes and includes a time for fellowship, prayer, and study. Groups range in size from 6-12 people and cover a variety of different topics covering everything from marriage, parenting, and finances to United Methodist beliefs. To learn more about any of our Community Groups, contact Matt Parker.

Dinner Church: Building Bridges by Breaking Bread
Wednesday Evening | 6:00-7:30 PM | Meets in BBC at Church
Led by Matt Parker and Judy Dick

In Dinner Church: Building Bridges by Breaking Bread, Verlon Fosner unveils how the ancient dinner church was rebirth in his Seattle community and how that vision changed his congregation forever. These pages also offer a compelling case for why many churches would do well to pause and see the pockets of lost people within the shadow of their steeples, and consider how a Jesus dinner table might open up a door to heaven for those neighbors. Revelation 3:20 makes it clear that Jesus still wants to have dinner with sinners. That likely means he wants his church to set the table. Register for this group.

Love to Stay: Six Keys to a Successful Marriage
Sunday Evening | 5:30-7:00 PM | At the home of Matt and Michele Parker
Led by Matt and Michele Parker

In this study, Rev. Adam Hamilton explores how, with God’s help, we can make love last. Drawing upon a survey of thousands of couples and singles, interviews with relationship and marriage therapists, the latest research in the field, and wisdom from the Bible, Hamilton looks at what it takes to create and sustain healthy, meaningful romantic relationships across the course of a lifetime. Register for this group.

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