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Life is not meant to be lived alone. We, as humans, need to have that friend to laugh with, to ask for advice, to be that shoulder to cry on. We need Small Groups. Whether here at church, at someone’s home, or in the local coffee shop, Small Groups at FBMaryville are essential to your spiritual growth & development. Groups come in all shapes and sizes, so no matter where you are in life, there’s a group for you. Check out the Small Groups we have to offer below and see how you and your family can get connected.

+ Saturday

Men’s Breakfast | 8 a.m. | Room B153

Leaders: Steve Kendall & Steve Hayes | Cost: $15

Men of all ages are invited to attend our group this winter as we finish the Navigator’s study of Isaiah and transition to the book of Daniel. The purpose is to study the prophecy leading to Revelation. Be assured that these studies link all the prophecy throughout the Bible. These are great studies to dig deeper into the meanings of the Bible.


fbmpreschool | 5:30 p.m. | Discovery Town (Preschool Area)

Discovery Town is a place where we set a spiritual foundation in the lives of babies through preschoolers, and meet their needs in the areas of physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, and social development (Luke 2:52). This is accomplished through age-graded classes, Bible-based, child-centered teaching, a safe, fun environment, and a partnership with parents.


Knowing the Bible | 7 - 8 p.m. | Room B153

Leader: Dennis Johnson

Join us as we complete our study of the book of Romans and then, in January, begin the book of Hebrews. We take our study verse by verse, using our personal Bibles along with the leader-generated questions for this study. We are a growing group with strong class participation. Everyone is welcome. Come grow with us.


Young Couples | 7 p.m. | Off-site

Leaders: Cody and Hannah Massey

Young couples in their 20s looking to connect with others their age are the perfect fit for this group. Meeting off-site after the service provides a casual atmosphere for attendees of this discussion-based group. Join us for food, fun, and fellowship.


Taking the Message Deeper | 7 - 8 p.m. | Room B107

Leader: David Jacks

Our discussion-based group is comprised of adults, both married and single. We are a welcoming group of varying ages that digs deeper into the current message series by studying other scriptures in the Bible.

+ Sunday | 8:00 a.m.

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Discovery Town (Preschool Area)

Discovery Town is a place where we set a spiritual foundation in the lives of babies through preschoolers, and meet their needs in the areas of physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, and social development (Luke 2:52). This is accomplished through age-graded classes, Bible-based, child-centered teaching, a safe, fun environment, and a partnership with parents.


Golden Girls | Senior Ladies | Room B107

Leader: Jane Geggus

This class is full of love for God’s Word and love for each other. We spend a concentrated time in prayer for the needs of the church family and community at large. We may be the oldest class in the church, but we are still hungry to study God’s Word. Join us this December as we study The Women of Christmas by Liz Curtis Higgs. In January, we will begin the Gospel Foundations study. From cover to cover, the Bible is the story of God’s plan to redeem sinners through Jesus - the gospel. Gospel Foundations tells that story. This winter study will explore what happened in the beginning when God laid the foundation of the earth.


Senior Adults | Room A114

Leader: Tad Armstrong

If you are looking for a close-knit group to welcome you and care for you, then look no further. Made up mostly of attendees 70 or older, our group is a family. We like to take a verse-by-verse approach to the lesson. This winter we will be studying Explore the Bible focusing on Genesis 25-50.

+ Sunday | 9:30 a.m.

fbmpreschool | Discovery Town (Preschool Area)

Discovery Town is a place where we set a spiritual foundation in the lives of babies through preschoolers, and meet their needs in the areas of physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, and social development (Luke 2:52). This is accomplished through age-graded classes, Bible-based, child-centered teaching, a safe, fun environment, and a partnership with parents.


fbmkidsK.4 | Kid City (Children’s Area)

The K.4 Sunday experience starts in a large group segment which includes a time of worship and presentation of the Bible story of the week, followed by the Small Group segment in age-graded classrooms. In Small Groups, leaders engage the kids in reviewing the Bible story and applying the “main point” of the lesson through hands-on activities, games, or projects.


fbmpreteens | Preteen Area

Grades 5 & 6

The Preteens Sunday experience begins with a large group activity in the main Preteen room, followed by a time of worship and presentation of the Bible focus/lesson of the week. Preteens then move into their age-graded, gender-specific Small Groups where their Small Group leader guides them in review and discussion of the Bible lesson, with discussion and activities that support this lesson.


fbmstudents | Student Floor (Room A215)

Grades 7 & 8

Think you know what Christmas is all about? It's more than traditions and presents. Join fbmstudents as we see Christmas through the eyes of those who were there when Jesus came to rescue us. In 2019, we'll look at how we can engage our ever-changing culture with the never-changing truths they need to know.


Special Needs Ministry | Room B112

Leader: James Williams

This ministry is geared toward children of all ages with special needs. During their class time, the children will have a Bible lesson, watch Bible videos and participate in a time of worship, all in a fun environment.


fbmsingles | Room D125

Leader: Jane Geggus

This multi-generational group is seeking to grow in their relationship with the Lord by open and honest discussion. They are currently studying Francis Chan’s Forgotten God. In January, they will begin the Gospel Foundations study The God Who Creates. From cover to cover, the Bible is the story of God’s plan to redeem sinners through Jesus - the gospel. Gospel Foundations tells that story. This winter study will explore what happened in the beginning when God laid the foundation of the earth.


Families with Children | Room D202

Leaders: Jason & Jacquie Stroud

We are a small group ranging from parents of newborns to older teens. We enjoy digging deeply in to scripture and applying the truths to our daily lives. We share each others burdens and joys as we encourage one another in prayer and fellowship. This winter, we will be finishing a study of C.S. Lewis' Mere Christianity and beginning a study on marriage and parenting from a christian perspective.


Series(us) Discussion | Room D124

Leaders: Loren & Jill King

The goal of this group is to dive deeper into the pastoral message every week. We have biblically-based discussions, focusing on our living Bible. This open discussion shows how God works through the Word in each of us throughout our different seasons of life. Come join us for focus fellowship.


WOW | Women of Worship | Room B232

Leaders: Judy Davis & Karen Hayes

Women need other women to walk alongside them on their journeys. That's what this group of ladies is all about. We help each other grow spiritually; partner together in prayer, encourage one another to live godly lives, help fulfill needs when they arise, and grow together in the knowledge of God's Word. We start each Sunday by praising God with a traditional Southern Gospel song. During December we will be studying about the birth of Christ. Then, in January, we will begin the Gospel Foundations study The God Who Creates. From cover to cover, the Bible is the story of God’s plan to redeem sinners through Jesus - the gospel. Gospel Foundations tells that story. This winter study will explore what happened in the beginning when God laid the foundation of the earth.


Young Families with Children | Room B153

Leader: Scott Vieregge

This group of parents is committed to growing deeper in faith through studying the Bible and how it applies to our daily lives. We use this knowledge to have a greater impact in the lives of our children, our communities, and beyond. As an open, welcoming group, our main goal is to make an impact for the Kingdom within our own spheres of influence. This winter, we will start the quarter with a Christmas study. Then, in 2019, we will do a 6-week study of Revelation through Charles Swindoll’s Living Insights of Revelation.


Adults | Men 20+ | Room B236/238

Leader: Scott Biggers

This group of men is deeply committed to doing the will of Christ. We are a very diverse group who want to make a difference in this world. We support each other when we face difficult situations financially, medically, or emotionally. This winter we will be studying Explore the Bible focusing on Genesis 25-50.


Median Adults | Room D204

Leader: Steve Kendall

Those who like to discuss and debate biblical issues will find a home in this group. We are an interactive group that likes to get detailed in our discussions of biblical lessons. Join us this winter as we study Explore the Bible focusing on Genesis 25-50.


Adult Bible Study | Room D208

Leader: Terry Harris

Come join our group as we read finish reading through the Bible in a year with Foundations: A 260 Day Bible Reading Plan for Busy Believers. Then in January, join us as we begin a study on the book of Romans. In our group, we like to ask questions, share our thoughts/observations on Scripture and have class-wide discussion. We also take the time to discuss life in general.


Bimes/Hunt Coed | Room D116

Leaders: Dale Hunt, Jim Bimes & Bill Terrell

We are a diverse group of people who love to study God's Word together and get to know each other. Targeting those 60-80 years old, married or widowed, we try to have at least one social gathering each month. Join us this winter as we study Bible Studies for Life focusing on The Full Picture of Christmas and Engaging Culture in an Ever-Changing World.


Senior Adult Ladies | Room B235

Leaders: Sue Pirok & Roma Wyatt

We are a fun group of ladies ages 50-80. Whether married, divorced or widowed, we provide support to one another. We have uplifting lessons with group discussions led by four rotating leaders. We hold monthly social gatherings for those who wish to participate. Again this December, we will be providing Christmas gifts for Rosewood Care Center. This winter, we will be studying Bible Studies for Life focusing on The Full Picture of Christmas and Engaging Culture in an Ever-Changing World.


35 & Up | Couples, Singles & Widows/Widowers | Chapel

Leader: Donnie Chandler | Coordinator: Rick Rankin

Our group connects with one another in order to learn from others’ experiences and to support one another through the unique challenges and struggles life can bring. We approach the lesson with high energy as we find ways to apply biblical principles to our daily lives. Good for all levels of believers, we will study Genesis 25-50 through Explore the Bible this winter.


The Eclectics | fbmworship | Room D117

Leader: Scott Cooper

Our group likes to explore the Bible one book at a time. We take a book of the Bible and explore its historical meaning. We also like to study its application to our daily lives. Join us as we view the Word of God through the lens of Jesus Christ.


The Bible, the World, and You | Room D118

Leader: Mark Valesano

This group consists of those who find life in these times challenging, concerning or lacking in the knowledge of God. We endeavor to apply biblical scripture to current social/cultural climates that have always existed, in some fashion, throughout human history. The goal is to make the fact of the Bible’s reliability and applicability known to those who seek to serve God in these times. The class forum is one of open discussion in a respective manner with Bible narrative throughout. This winter, we will be studying Genesis 25-50 through Explore the Bible.


18:20 (40s Couples) | Room D206

Leaders: J.R. & Kerry Stricker

18:20 Small group is a family-oriented group made up of couples who are interested in pursuing and living out the gospel with one another. “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” -Matthew 18:20 KJV


Bible for Lifers | Room D218

Leader: Joel Hawkins

Our group is a praying for each other, bible-study intensive bunch whose focus is how to turn what God’s Word says into actions during the week. We have a mix of spiritual maturity with eager desire to mature that marks the weekly study.

+ Sunday | 11:00 a.m.

fbmpreschool | Discovery Town (Preschool Area)

Discovery Town is a place where we set a spiritual foundation in the lives of babies through preschoolers, and meet their needs in the areas of physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, and social development (Luke 2:52). This is accomplished through age-graded classes, Bible-based, child-centered teaching, a safe, fun environment, and a partnership with parents.


fbmkidsK.4 | Kid City (Children’s Area)

The K.4 Sunday experience starts in a large group segment which includes a time of worship and presentation of the Bible story of the week, followed by the Small Group segment in age-graded classrooms. In Small Groups, leaders engage the kids in reviewing the Bible story and applying the “main point” of the lesson through hands-on activities, games, or projects.


fbmstudents | Student Floor (Room A215)

Grades 9 - 12

Think you know what Christmas is all about? It's more than traditions and presents. Join fbmstudents as we see Christmas through the eyes of those who were there when Jesus came to rescue us. In 2019, we'll look at how we can engage our ever-changing culture with the never-changing truths they need to know.


fbmyoungadults | Singles | Room D206

Leaders: Aaron & Elisabeth Brimer

This group is a discussion/lecture-style class made up people in their 20s. Those that have recently finished college and are starting their careers will find a home in this class.


LOL! | Chapel

Leaders: John & Rhonda Stowe/Marv & Lisa Stapleton/Clay & Kathy Burkholder

In LOL, we are actively engaging lives that are growing in purpose and ministry. We do it with upbeat demeanors of excitement and optimism. We move, sweat, and strive for excellence in all areas. Our attitudes are positive and our hope is in Jesus Christ. Our relationship with Him demands personal accountability for growth, service, and love that spreads the good news of Christ. We are focused on Loving Our Lord and Laughing Out Loud. This winter, we are studying Genesis 25-50 through Explore the Bible.


Christians Under Construction (CUC) | Room D116

Leader: Val Vorpi | Coordinator: Marianne James

Did you know Jesus can be seen in Genesis? Many people know the stories of Adam and Eve, Noah, and Moses, but do they know the story of Scripture? There are six books in Gospel Foundations series that will take us through the Bible in one year, showing us that it was God’s plan from the very beginning to rescue us from sin through Jesus. Join us this winter as we begin our study of the first book in the series, The God Who Creates.


College-age Group - Adulting 101 | fbmyoungadults18-23 | Room D202

Leader: Tanya Mentzer

This group is focused on college-age young adults making the transition from youth to adult faith walk. We will be discussing topics such as “I’m no longer in youth group, NOW WHAT?”, how to stay ‘close & clean’ in this ‘wandering & dirty’ world, surviving my new found 'freedom' and many more beginning ‘adulting’ topics.


Empty Nesters | Room D117

Leader: Mark Perkins | Coordinator: Paulita Bridges

We take the Bible as our text to read and study, verse by verse, the books of the Bible. We are not on a set schedule, so the time it takes for each book of the Bible we study depends on its length. Our pattern of study is to alternate between the Old and New Testament books and takes the form of a guided study with discussion about what the scriptures mean to us and how we can apply lessons to our daily lives. No prior biblical knowledge required. We learn together, share our lives with each other, and support each other in times of need.


The B.I.B.L.E. Class (Senior Adults) | Room B153

Leader: Pat Dickerson

Our class welcomes visitors and new members into our fellowship of prayer and care. We focus on God’s Word, and seek to be obedient by reaching out to others. We share fellowship once a month for breakfast and have group activities throughout the year. We are studying Explore the Bible focusing on Genesis 25-50 this winter.


Full Throttle Christianity | Room B235

Leader: Henry Martin

Join us this December as we will take a four-week tour through the book of Ruth as well as celebrate our Savior’s birth. Then, in January, we will start a new study through Gospel Foundations. If you want to see Scripture as a whole and not just a part, this is the class for you. We will see Jesus and His story as it is woven in the Bible from Genesis to Revelation during this 42-week study. Stop by and visit.


Bible Tribe | Room D208

Leaders: Ebong and Nancy Stancil

Join our group as we conclude our study of Foundations, a year-long exploration of the Bible for busy believers. In January, we will begin a new series entitled Gospel Foundations. From cover to cover, the Bible is the story of God’s plan to redeem sinners through Jesus - the gospel. Gospel Foundations tells that story. This winter’s study, The God Who Creates, will explore what happened in the beginning when God laid the foundation of the earth. It shows God’s purpose in creation, specifically by positioning humankind to bear His image and glorify Him through our rule over creation, our relationships with Him and one another, and our work and service for Him. Adults of all ages are welcome.


+ Monday

Wonderstruck | 9:30 a.m. | Chapel | Through Dec. 17

Leader: Jane Geggus | Cost: $16

In Wonderstruck, Margaret Feinberg invites you to toss back the covers, climb out of bed, and drink in the fullness of life. Learn to unearth the extraordinary moments in every day life, recognize the presence of God in the midst of your routine, and discover peace in knowing you’re wildly loved.


The Unexplainable Church | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. | Chapel | Jan. 7 - Mar. 18

Leader: Jane Geggus | Cost: $13 | Pre-registration Required

Erica Wiggenhorn’s The Unexplainable Church is an in-depth, verse-by-verse study of Acts: 13-28. God wants to astonish the world with His grace. And when we study the book of Acts, we see that He does it by transforming ordinary people to do extraordinary things in Jesus' name. Are you ready to be used by Him?


Love Knots | 2nd Monday Every Month | Room B153 | 6 - 8 p.m.
Sept. 10 - May 13

Leader: Suzy Camren

Love Knots Crochet Group consists of ladies 16+ years old. We make afghans for the OASIS Women's Shelter. We also do devotion at the beginning of the meeting from Tom Hufty's 180 Degrees Changing Your Life One Day at a Time.

+ Tuesday

Parents of Special Needs Children | 2nd Tuesday of Every Month | Room D118 | 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Leader: James Williams

This group connects parents of special needs children to help them learn from each others’ experiences and support one another through the unique challenges and dynamics of raising and caring for special needs children.


FAITHFit | Tuesdays/Thursdays | Room A115 | Jan. 8 - Mar. 28

Leader: Fallon Sparks | Cost: See fbmaryville.org/faithfit | Membership Deadline: Jan. 11

FAITHFit supports women ages 14+ to personally strive for God’s best in physical, mental, and spiritual health and to model healthy living in their families, churches, and communities. Classes are open to members and nonmembers. Devotions and prayer are held at the end of class time. For specific class times, go to fbmaryville.org/faithfit.


Singles - 30s | Kingdom Prayer | 6:30 - 8 p.m. | Off-site |
Jan. 8 - Feb. 26 

Leader: Jane Geggus | Cost: $14

If you want to the know the temperature of your spiritual life, check the thermostat setting on your prayer life! Prayer is the most misunderstood and neglected aspect of the Christian life. It has been estimated that most Christians pray three to five minutes a day. Compare that to the time many spend complaining, and you'll gain insight into the spiritual condition of our day. Prayer, when combined with faith, can accomplish great things. Join us for this study by Tony Evans.


Sweeter than Chocolate | 6:30 - 8 p.m. | Room D116 | Jan. 8 - Feb. 26 

Leader: Val Vorpi | Cost: $20 | Pre-registration Required

Sweeter than Chocolate is a flexible, inductive study written by Pam Gillaspie. Loving like Jesus is a tall order even with the people we like. How in the world do we love like Jesus loves in a world that hates? The Apostle Paul lays out real life situations in 1 Corinthians 13, painting a vivid picture of what love is and is not, what love does and does not do. Come invest 8 weeks with us and discover for yourself God's truth, through this almost too practical inductive Bible study. You'll see 1 Corinthians 13 like never before!


The Daniel Prayer | 6:30 - 8 p.m. | Room B107 | Jan. 8 - Feb. 19 

Leader: Kit Bradbury | Cost: $18 | Pre-registration Required

The Daniel Prayer is born deep within your soul, erupts through your heart, and pours out on your lips, words created by and infused with the Spirit of God quivering with spiritual electricity. It's really not an everyday type of prayer. It's a prayer birthed under pressure. Heartache. Grief. Desperation. It can be triggered by a sudden revelation of hope. An answer to prayer, a promise freshly received, a miracle that lies just over the horizon.


+ Wednesday
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Awana is dedicated to getting as much of God’s Word as deep into the hearts of as many children as possible so that they can be the next generation to proclaim God’s truths.

fbmpreschool | Midweek | 6:30 - 8 p.m. | Discovery Town
(Preschool Area)

Join us as our preschoolers continue Awana! Preschoolers who turned 2 before September 1st through 5 year-olds will be taking part in the Awana program while our younger children will have their own Bible story from the curriculum we use on Sunday mornings. Whatever the age, your preschooler can come on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:00 to hear God’s Word, sing songs, and play games.

fbmkidsK.4 | Midweek | 6:30 - 8 p.m. | Kid City (Children’s Area)

This winter, FBM Kids will be continuing Awana for kindergarteners through grade 4. Each week at Awana, kids will start by participating in a Large Group time, singing worship songs and learning a Bible concept. Kids will then rotate to play energetic games in Game Time and meet with leaders during Small Group Time to memorize Scripture and continue learning Biblical Truths in their handbooks.

fbmpreteens | Midweek | 6:30 - 8 p.m. | Room B226 (Preteen Area)

FBM preteens will continue learning through the Awana curriculum this winter. Each week at Awana, preteens will start by participating in a Large Group time, singing worship songs and learning a Bible concept. Preteens will then meet with leaders during Small Group Time to memorize Scripture and continue learning Biblical Truths in their handbooks. After this, preteens will go to Serve groups where they will receive training for serving in the church and community.


fbmstudents | Midweek | 6:30 - 8 p.m. | Room A215 (Student Floor)

You can expect to have fun while getting to know other students through games, worship, and biblical teaching at Midweek. To get weekly updates about special events during the week, text "@fbmst" to 81010 or visit our fbmstudents Facebook page.


Managing Motherhood | 6:30 – 8 p.m. | Room D116

Leaders: Kim Kolda & Angie Gilliland | Cost: $13

We are a support group of mothers with children of all ages. For the Winter Session, we will be reading 52 Things Kids Need From A Mom: What Mothers Can Do to Make A Lifelong Difference by Angela Thomas. With compassion and creativity, Angela presents 52 inspirations to help moms experience intentional mothering, intentional living, and intentional joy. Moms at all phases of parenting can adopt one idea a week or try several at once. This is a fun, guilt-free resource to help every mom lead with God’s love and delight in the small moments that make up an abundant life.


Prayer Group | Secrets of the Secret Place | 6:30 p.m. | Chapel | Through Dec. 19

Leader: Nate Bock

Secrets of the Secret Place: Keys to Igniting Your Personal Time with God by Bob Sorge has one central purpose: to fuel your passion for the secret place with God. Through his teaching and practical advice, your heart will be ignited with passion for Jesus.


Luke | 6:30 - 8 p.m. | Jan. 9 - Feb. 27 | Chapel

Leader: Nate Bock

Come and find out more about the birth and life of Jesus in this study of Luke. Part of the Knowing the Bible series, this class helps attendees better understand and apply God’s Word by making practical applications and connections between the passage and the rest of Scripture.


Hope & Help for the Single Mom | 6:30 p.m. | Room D118 | Jan. 9 - Feb. 20

Leaders: Andrea Moulden & Sue Powers | Pre-registration required

Hope & Help for the Single Mom - The 21 Principles of a Healthy Single Mom by Lori Little will lead every single mother to live a life of Purpose and Meaning, Focus and Order, Balance and Harmony. The 21 Principles are 21 verses of scripture that will bring single mothers closer to the heart of God; making them healthy and whole moms who in turn raise healthy whole children.


The Life Ready Woman | 6:30 - 8 p.m. | Room B107 | Jan. 9 - Feb. 274

Leader: Lisa Perkins | Cost: $11 | Pre-registration required

It is a great time to be a woman! But, in this do-it-all world, women often struggle with how to balance being a wife, mom, have a career, and still be able to have a strong and intimate walk with the Lord. This video-driven series by author Shaunti Feldhahn will teach women in all stages of life how to follow a biblical model for the modern Christian woman. It will help you make wise decisions that will lead to relief, delight, and fulfillment instead of regret. The homework is optional, but it will enhance your understanding of God's purpose for your life.


Point Man Fitness | 5:45 - 8:15 p.m. | Room A115 

Leader: David Daniel

Point Man Fitness helps men age 16+ become more physically and spiritually fit in an affirming environment. We meet every Wednesday, with our year broken into four sessions – winter, spring, summer, and fall. New participants can start at any time, and the classes are free to everyone.

  • 5:45 p.m. – Intermediate exercises

  • 6:55 p.m. – Devotional/beginning exercises

+ Thursday

The Unexplainable Church | 9:30 –11:30 a.m. | Chapel | Jan. 10 – Mar. 21

Leader: Jane Geggus | Cost: $13 | Pre-registration Required

Erica Wiggenhorn’s The Unexplainable Church is an in-depth, verse-by-verse study of Acts: 13-28. God wants to astonish the world with His grace. And when we study the book of Acts, we see that He does it by transforming ordinary people to do extraordinary things in Jesus' name. Are you ready to be used by Him?


The Women of Christmas | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. | Room B107
Nov. 29 - Dec. 20

Leader: Jane Geggus | Cost: $9 | Pre-registration Required

Meet the women who played pivotal roles in Christ's birth! Elizabeth is barren, yet trusts God's promise. Mary is a virgin, but says yes when God asks her to bear his Son. And prophetess Anna proclaims the Messiah's arrival. Unpacking each verse from the Gospel of Luke, Liz Curtis Higgs illuminates their love, faithfulness, and obedience to God.


Solitude and Silence | 6:30 - 8 p.m. | Off-site

Leader: Tanya Mentzer | Cost: $16 | Pre-registration Required

This study is an invitation to you to meet God deeply and fully outside the demands and noise of daily life. It is an invitation to solitude and silence. Join us on this 12-week journey as we seek the presence of the Holy Spirit through learning and practicing the spiritual disciplines of solitude and silence.


FAITHFit | Tuesdays/Thursdays | Jan. 8 - Mar. 28 | Room A115  

Leader: Fallon Sparks
Cost: See fbmaryville.org/faithfit | Membership Deadline: Jan. 11

FAITHFit supports women ages 14+ to personally strive for God’s best in physical, mental, and spiritual health and to model healthy living in their families, churches, and communities. Classes are open to members and nonmembers. Devotions and prayer are held at the end of class time. For specific class times, go to fbmaryville.org/faithfit.

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These Ties That Bind | 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. | Chapel
2nd & 4th Friday | Sept. 14 - May 10 | Playdates (every 3rd Friday)

Registration & Material Cost: $60

There are lots of challenges that moms face every day and Moms ministry is the place to offer help and support to encourage strong families. Moms will gain a supportive, Bible-based perspective on all kinds of life and parenting matters that will support them through the ups and downs. It’s a time for moms to be with other women who get them! No matter what age or stage your kids are, all moms are welcome. Village Kids is our child program for your children to attend while you are enjoying fellowship with other moms.