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Life Groups are a vital part of our church. Through them we connect with others in our congregation while growing with one another in the faith. We offer a variety of life groups from Scripture study to topical and interest-based to fellowship around the table. We encourage all of our members to “plug in” to a life group that interests them. It’s a great chance for fellowship as well as a way of maintaining accountability with others in the body of Christ.  If you have an idea for a life group, share it with us!  We’d love to help you get going.



Student Life Groups meet Wednesdays during the school year from 5:30-7:00pm in member homes.  For more information, visit the Student Ministry page.


Men’s Community Bible Study meets for fellowship, study and prayer on Thursday mornings at Thomasville National Bank, beginning at 7 a.m.  Contact Mike Grimsley for more information (


Women of the Word typically meet weekly to engage in a discussion-based study. Currently, there are two opportunities for women to study and fellowship together.

Thursday Morning Group

Meets in the Student Ministry Building from 9:30AM to 11:30AM.  Frequently this group can be found lunching downtown following Bible Study!

Monday Evening Women’s Study

Facilitated by Debbie Quinton in her home from 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM. Email Debbie ( with any questions you may have!

If you have questions about either group, you can contact Elizabeth Mitchum by email ( or by calling the church office. 


Presbyterian Women consists of women of the church who enjoy fellowship, service and studying the Bible together over lunch.  We meet the second Tuesday of the month at noon in the Student Ministry Building.  Participants BYOL (lunch) with drinks and dessert provided by monthly hosts.  Jamie Jones leads study time.  Come join our fellowship!  Contact Peggy Barhite ( for more details.


Interested in MORE Small Group opportunities?

Let the church staff know! We are happy to help facilitate meeting space and curriculum.  We welcome your interest in starting a small group.