LIFE  Groups

Hebrews 10:24-25 encourages us to "consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near." That is the purpose of LIFE Groups at Wendell Baptist Church; to connect with fellow believers, live life together, and encourage one another in Christ as we study God's Word. We offer LIFE Groups on both Sunday morning (Sunday School) @ 9:45 AM and Wednesday evening (Small Groups) @ 6:30 PM. 

Sunday LIFE Groups (9:45 AM)

Kids


Bed Babies / 0 - 12 Months / Room 117

Your child will be well taken care of, by our background checked volunteers, while you attend one of our Adult LIFE Groups.


One-Year-Olds / 12 - 24 Months / Room 113

Your child will be well taken care of, by our background checked volunteers, while you attend one of our Adult LIFE Groups.


Explore The Bible / 2 Years Old - 5th Grade / Various Rooms

It is our goal to assist you in providing your child with an understanding of the entire Bible. In light of this your child will walk through the entirety of the Bible three times before graduating 5th grade. Check out where these classes meet...

  • Two-Year-Olds / 24 - 36 Months / Room 114
  • Three-Year-Olds / 36 - 48 Months / Room 115
  • Four-Year-Olds / 48 - 60 Months / Room 115
  • Five-Year-Olds / 60 - 72 Months / Room 111
  • 1st & 2nd Grades / Room 110
  • 3rd Grade / Room 215
  • 4th & 5th Grade / Room 217


Youth


6th - 7th - 8th Graders / The LOFT/ 3rd Floor

Middle Schoolers meet under the direction of Deborah Pace to delve into God's Word and learn how to apply it to their lives.  


9th – 12th Grade Boys / The LOFT / 3rd Floor

High Schoolers under the direction of Jason Spencer, gather together and invest in one another's lives as they discuss God's Word and hold one another accountable to living it out.


Adults


Young Adults / Singles & Couples (18-30s) / Room 202

Discussing apologetics, philosophy, and theology this class seeks to prepare individuals for the task of carrying the gospel message to our modern culture. 


Fellowship / Men (30+) / Room 105

A group of guys dedicated to studying God's Word chronologically and challenging one another to live their lives in accordance.


Gleaners-Fidelis / Women (30+) / Room 203

A close-knit group of women dedicated to studying the Bible one book at a time. Each lesson focuses on the history of the writings as well as their application to our lives today.


Crusaders / Singles & Couples (30+) / Room 213

Have a Christ-centered focus as they discuss how material applies to each of our daily lives. Recently this class has studied the books Heaven, Twelve Ordinary Men and Twelve Extraordinary Women.


Samaritans / Singles & Couples (30+) / Room 201

Uses a curriculum by David C. Cook. Each teacher brings the lesson alive by presenting the Bible from the spiritual to the historic aspects, which brings the lessons alive.


Eureka Friends / Singles & Couples (30+) / Room 102

Studies one book of the Bible at a time in an in-depth way. The teachers use an interactive style of teaching as they engage the class through questions and comments.


Christian Friends / Singles & Couples (30+) / Room 106


Faith / Women / Room 216


New Members / All Ages / Room 101


Seekers / Singles & Couples / Small Fellowship Hall



Wednesday Discipleship Classes

   (6:30 PM)

Kids


The Gospel Project

  • 0 - 1 year olds - In Room 117 your child will be well taken care of, by our background checked volunteers, while you attend one of our Adult LIFE Groups.
  • 2 - 3 Year Olds - This class, which meets in Room 115 uses videos, music and activities to teach children that the whole Bible points to Jesus.
  • 4 - 5 Year Olds - This class, which meets in Room 116 uses videos, music and activities to teach children that the whole Bible points to Jesus.

Girls in Action (GAs) / 1st - 5th Grade Girls / Room 212

Through hands-on activities, games, scripture memory and mentoring relationships these girls learn about, pray for, give to and do missions work.


Royal Ambassadors (RAs) / 1st - 5th Grade Boys / Small Fellowship Hall

Through hands-on activities, games, scripture memory and mentoring relationships these boys learn about, pray for, give to and do missions work.


Youth


Youth Group / 6th - 12th Graders / The LOFT / 3rd Floor

A typical evening at youth group consists of some uber fun games, a humorous video or two, praise music, a Christ exalting Bible study and a time of discussion/reflection. Currently we are learning how to apply being a DISCIPLE and reaching our local, country, and international mission fields.


Adults

Our current Discipleship Studies begin each Wednesday at 6:30 PM.


Men & Women

Title: Doulos - Choose your master wisely

Led by Pastor Chris

Subject: Join Pastor Chris for this five-part series that will look at five uses of the Greek word doulos in the New Testament. We all have a master. We are all a slave. Therefore, we must choose our master wisely.



Men & Women

Christians need to know what they believe and why they believe it. There are some hard questions out there - questions that may seem to dispute even the foundational truths of Christianity - but we need not fear them. We can approach these questions honestly and rationally. In this study, Honest to God Real Questions People Ask, we will address some foundational issues in the life of every person: the origin and significance of human life, the existence and nature of God, and how God reveals Himself and relates to people Led by David Hodges, 6:30PM in Room 106.



Hispanic Bible Study / Men & Women / Room 105

This Bible Study, which is done in Spanish, is designed to serve our Hispanic community.

Taught by Edwin Euceda





Upcoming Sunday Discipleship Class (6:00 PM)

Ezekiel Study / Men & Women / small Fellowship Hall

One of the mystery books of the Bible is the message from God by way of Ezekiel. Ezekiel was a contemporary of Daniel and Jeremiah. Jerusalem was about to be destroyed because of gross sins of idolatry and immorality. Following the destruction, however, Ezekiel became the prophet and priest of hope and cheer. He was one of Israel's prophets who taught her to sing songs in the night. A repentant Israel would be restored, God Himself would be their Good Shepherd, and a new Jerusalem would arise with unmeasured splendor. The reason Ezekiel is a mystery book is because it is seldom studied. Starting Sunday, August 26, there will be an in-depth study, starting at 6:00 PM in the Small Fellowship Hall, led by David Hodges. Please join us in this study.