Join us each Sunday morning at 9:40 for Bible study. Being a part of a class is more than finding a room to have Bible study. In these groups, you will find people who care for each other, pray for each other, share with each other, and have fun and serve together. This small group can be your extended family within the larger church family.
The beauty of Sunday morning Bible study is that the family is always looking for new members. People aren’t just born into this family, they are searched out and adopted! We reach out to our friends and neighbors and say: “Come and see what we have found! Come and join our family!” See below for some possibilities for your Bible Study connection.
Young Adult/Crosslinked (Second Floor, Office Hallway)
This is a fun and energetic group that is comfortable asking the hard questions. They are both single individuals and married couples who enjoy doing missions and having fun together. The class is led by Tim Honeycutt.
Young Families (Ferguson Center Classroom) Families come in all shapes and sizes. All are welcome in this group led by Melissa Hughes.
Middle Somethings (Second Floor, Office Hallway)
Designed for folks in their mid 30’s to 50’s, this informal group enjoys discussing a wide range of topics from the Bible as well as relevant books. The class is led by Paul Raybon.
Ron Piercy Adult III (Bennett Assembly, behind the sanctuary)
This is a group of retirees and still-working grandparents. They describe themselves as “alive, fun-loving, open minded, caring, and accepting.” They are very involved in the life of the church and community. Jerry Sutton and Chris Miller lead this class with a mixture of discussion and lecture.
Ready Women (Bennett 1, behind the sanctuary)
Jana Williams leads this caring and devoted group of women in spirited discussions that reflect their wisdom and experience. These ladies are very active in visitation, circle meeting, and senior adult events.
Berean Men (Second Floor, Office Hallway)
Doug Williams is teaching this senior men’s class. They describe themselves as theological moderates and are always up for a good discussion about most anything.
One of the keys to growth in Christ is to find men of like heart and become brothers walking together on the journey of faith. Men at Hominy often come together to respond to a specific need in the congregation or community.
All men are invited to the Thursday morning prayer breakfast. We meet at the church at 8:00 a.m. for devotion and prayer before heading over to the Miami Restaurant to eat.
We strive to meet with women across generations – to learn, serve, and grow spiritually together.
We has three active mission circle groups available for women of all ages to learn about world and community needs and actively respond by serving in a variety of ways.
Ladies' Craft Night is the first Friday of each month from 5:30 pm until 11:00 pm. We eat, socialize, and women bring their own supplies to work on group and individual projects.
Our SunnySiders enjoy monthly luncheons and outings coordinated by the Senior Council.