Small Groups

 2021/2022 Classes.


Covenant Men 


Monumental (13 Week Study)

Sunday Evenings 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Begins August 22nd

Facilitator Will Wise

Room 603/605

America has undergone a radical shift in recent times, from an exceptional nation, to a nation in decline.

There are numerous signs of decay in the American culture: the breakdown of the family; the abandonment of sexual morals; the decline of education; the rampant killing of unborn children; the rise of big government; and the growing hostility to Christianity in schools, colleges, the military, business, and government.

The good news is that we can do something to solve these problems and restore America.

This study uses the Dove-nominated film by Kirk Cameron Monumental, a book authored by Stephen McDowell on Restoring America as the Land of Liberty, and discussions on DVD by Kirk and Stephen on the twelve chapters in the book.


Men’s Prayer Meeting

Tuesday Mornings 7:00 AM


We meet each Tuesday morning at 7 am for an hour in the chapel, a great setting for prayer.  Several men will alternate leading the meetings each week.  Please join us for an hour of meditation and prayer.


Men’s Monday Evening Bible Study (ZOOM)

Monday Evenings 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

September 20th

Facilitator Mark Meglic

Meet by ZOOM each Monday beginning at 7:30. Studying the Book of Acts in a chronological format.  If you are interested in joining the group, use the email above and a link will be sent to you for the ZOOM study.


Tailgate Talks (Conversations for Christian Men)

Wednesday Evenings 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

September 22 – October 27

Facilitator Matt Suarez

Covenant Parking Lot Lower (Lot beside CovKids Building) 

Success that Matters!  Conversations and reflections with other Christian men that can change your life.


Covenant Women

Faith and Fire “Elijah” A study by Priscilla Shirer

Wednesday Mornings 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM

September 8th – October 20th (7 weeks)

Facilitators Evelyn Robertson, Mickie Wike, Andrea Young

Room 603/605

In this faith-building study, we’ll discover how Elijah’s obedience to God kept him anchored, sharpened his faith, broadened his impact, and invited heaven’s fire to fall.  God is also working in our lives today to fashion a fiery, bold faith that will empower us to share the hope of Christ with our family, friends, co-workers, and community.


“The Patriarchs” A study by Beth Moore

Wednesday Evenings 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Begins September 8th (11-week study)

Facilitators Allie Anthony and Tonja Faulkenberry

Room 603/605

You will also learn how these Patriarchs affect our lives as New Testament believers.  So many times, we read about these men – we will see why God chose them, not because they are perfect, but because they were obedient.   You will find your probably not to different from some of the characters we will read about.  I promise – you will relate to so many of the trials they go through, and you will learn; “Because we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called accounting to his purpose.”  Romans 8:28    And He is going to use YOU!  

I have already prayed for each of you by name!  And I pray that you will be able to join us for this 11-week study.  It’s longer than our last ones – but powerful!  I always say, you don’t have to get out of Genesis to see how messed up we are in this broken world.  Our study will be Genesis 12 – 50.  Cost of workbook $16.99.


“The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” Advent Study

Led by Evelyn Robertson, Mickie Wike, Andrea Young

Nov. 3, 10, 17 and Dec 1

Wednesday Mornings 9:30 – 11:00

In this four-week Advent study, author Richard B. Wilke focuses on people in the story of Christ’s birth. There are those we associate with the joy and celebration of Christmas—the wise men, the shepherds, and Joseph. Yet the author reminds us not to forget that the evil King Herod is also part of the Christmas story, and how it is because there is evil in our world that we so desperately needed – and need – a Savior.


Open to All

Why do Bad Things Happen to Good People?

Wednesday Evenings 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Begins October 13th (10-week study) {no class on October 27th}

Facilitator Allen Buckner

Room 610 and on Zoom

Course Goals and Objectives

General Goal: The goal of this course is to discover why God allows pain and suffering in the world.

Objectives for this course: The participant should generally understand:

    1. Why is there good and evil?
    2. Does God mismanage the Universe?
    3. Is God sovereign?
    4. Is God transactional?
    5. Is God good?
    6. Is God just?
    7. Does God rule with love and self-giving wisdom?