Learning and growing together.

sunday morning adult discipleship groups

Sundays at FaithCov., 9:15am

At FaithCov, the centrality of the Word of God is one of our Healthy Missional Markers, 

as well as one of our Core Values. All of our values come from what we discern from the Word of God. 

Throughout the year, we offer several Bible Study groups geared toward helping adults learn more about God and deepen their faith.

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  • psalms

    September 8 - December 15

    The Psalms are a collection of praises and thanks to the Lord, as well as instruction for the Christian wanting to draw closer to God. Some of the Psalms are Messianic and offer an amazing foreshadow of Jesus Christ.

    In Part 1, we will study the first two books of Psalms from 1-72. Each week's study stands on it's own, so even if you miss the first ones, you will enjoy the ones you attend.

    However, make  sure you don't miss Psalm 22 (Jesus on the cross) on September 29, and Psalms 23 and 24 (Jesus the Shepherd and King) on October 6.

    In Winter and Spring 2020 we will cover Psalms 73-150.

    This study is led by Tim Pryor, and meets in the Fellowship Hall at FaithCov from

    9.15-10.15a, during our Discipleship Hour.

    For more information and any questions about this study, please click here.

  • Welcoming the stranger

    September 8- October 13

    Immigration is one of the most complex and controversial issues of our time. Everyone seems to agree: The United States immigration system has some problems. But that is sometimes as far as the agreement goes, with discussions quickly devolving into arguments over the best policy solutions.

    Join with us as we discuss questions like:

       -Is immigration a threat or an opportunity?

       -What does the Bible say about immigration?

       -What part of illegal don't people understand?

       -What can, or should, we do?

    There is no book to read, and each week's discussion stands on it's own; so come whenever you can.

    This discussion will meet in the Library from 9.15-10.15a, during the Discipleship Hour..

    For more information and any questions about this study, please click here.