Adult Discipleship


Adult Sunday School Classes

The classes below are offered each Sunday at 10:00 a.m. and generally run September through May. Classes combine during the summer.

As A Child-Meets in Room M206

  • Studies: Mark
  • Teachers: Jim Boyd

Faith Connections-Meets in M102

  • Format: Join those in their 30s and 40s for this class focused on fellowship and learning how to live as a disciple of Christ in our every day lives.
  • Studies: A New Playlist, Faithful, Renovate, Renegade Gospel, What's Your Story?
  • Facilitators/TeachersAdam and Liz Smith and class members

Fellowship-Meets in Fellowship Hall

  • Format: This large group class provides an opportunity for lecture and discussion using a variety of short-term Biblical and Topical studies
  • Studies: Paul: The Call, Searching for Happiness, Christmas Through The Eyes of Joseph, Wisdom/Early Church, Moses Reluctant Prophet, Temptation in the Desert, Wisdom Literature
  • Teachers: Karen Lee, Sandy Rea, Ed Martin, Nanette Altman, Tony Nutter

Holy Grounds-Meets in Fellowship Hall Parlor

  • Format: This class offers a relaxed atmosphere where adults of all ages can spend time getting to know each other and growing in faith using a variety of DVD Based Short Term Studies to foster discussion
  • Studies: Forward, A Christmas Carol, Yes, Lord, I have Sinned, Church & Social Issues
  • Teachers: Wendy Matherly, John Lee, Beth Windell & class members

Unity-Meets in M210

  • Format:  This small group class utilizes Feasting on the Word to provide a lecture and discussion around one of the lectionary Bible passages assigned to that particular Sunday, which may mean that it helps class participants connect with the Sunday worship service as well.
  • Studies: Feasting On The Word
  • Teachers: Murray White, James Bunge, Maggie Bost and Bob Mobley

Current Weekday Adult Bible Studies:

Covenant Bible Study

  • Each Tuesday morning
  • The Covenant Bible Study will guide participants in a comprehensive, in-depth study of the Bible which emphasizes the biblical concept of covenant as a unifying pattern through all the books in the Old and New Testaments. It underscores the unique relationship that God chooses to have with us as God’s people. This relationship is grounded in the faithfulness of God’s love and on our ongoing commitment to stay in love with God while we share signs of that love with others. Participants will be expected to study daily and participate in weekly group discussions on Tuesday mornings.  
  • Contact:Theresa Higgins (803.547.2718 or

Wednesday Morning Bible Study

  • Wednesdays @ 9:30 – 11:00 am, Sept 5 – May 15 studying the books of Zechariah and The Gospel of John
  • Contact: Susan Palmer (803.448.8162 or

Disciple III: Remember Who You Are: Letters of Paul

Tuesday Morning Bible Study 

  • 1st Tuesday of the month (Sept-May) @10:00 am Studying "You Can Get Bitter or Better" by James Moore
  • Contact: Judy Cowell (803-984-3878 or

Year of the Bible:

While not required or necessary, small group discussions can be a helpful addition to your daily reading. If you are interested in discussing what you are reading with others, login to the church website here to sign up for the one that fits your schedule. Four Small groups are currently open and are meeting monthly.

Interested in forming your own discussion group? Contact Kathryn McGregor at 803-547-5543 or for more information.


Group 1 meets on the last Tuesday of the month from 10:00-11:00 AM led by Lynne Rayl 

Group 2 meets on the last Sunday of the month from 10:00-10:45 AM in Room U319 led by church pastoral and program staff 

Group 3 Full

Group 4 meets for lunch at various locations the third Friday of the month from 12:00-1:30 PM led by Miranda Hopkins

Group 5 meets the fourth Tuesday of the month from 6:30-7:30 PM in Room U212 (Church Library) led by Ronnie Glenn.