Groups and Bible Studies

Open Minds, Full Hearts. 

Hearts filled through community


A path of discipleship sets out a life-long journey of growth and maturing as a follower of Jesus through a set of practices that draw us more deeply into the heart of God and community and back out into the world. A path of discipleship is both individual and community oriented and offers practices differentiated along a path of growing faith. Considering joining one of our groups or Bible studies.


Men of Holy Innocents

Third Fridays 7:30-8:30 AM, Frost Youth Center

A great way to connect with other guys in our church. Hospitality and lively discussion as well as breakfast. All men are welcome and invited to attend! Group meets on the third Friday of the month from 7:30-8:30am in the Frost Youth Center. All men of the church are also invited to the annual retreat at Lake Logan, North Carolina, usually in April.

Men's Dinner and Book Club

Second Tuesdays, Every other month 6:30-9:00 PM

The Men’s Dinner and a Book group meet to discuss a book of the group's choosing. Each meeting is hosted by a different member. The group meets on the second Tuesday, of every other month from 6:30-9:00 PM.


Women of Holy Innocents

Be sure to turn out for our first big event on October 18th,  a Chili Cook-off to get things going! Lots of fun is in store this year with the addition of small events: a walk in the woods on a Saturday morning in November, a cookie swap and wisdom from Unplug the Christmas Machine, in December; Moveable Feast events when we cook together to support our pastoral ministries.  Watch the calendar for a winter event, dinner and a speaker, and a “sound bath” in early spring to coincide with Lent.

Women's Wisdom Circle

Mondays 8:30-9:30 AM

Start your week with authentic, in-depth conversation in the light of wisdom sayings from throughout the ages. We invite you to share the questions, challenges, and thanksgiving of our lives. The Wisdom Circle is open; so come as it fits into your schedule and bring a friend. Visit the Women's Wisdom Circle Blog for more info and to get connected. Contact Abbie Hattauer to learn more


Prayer Shawl Ministry

First Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 PM

Open to all, the Prayer Shawl Ministry offers a chance for service to others as well as a time for socializing. The Guild of Knitters meets monthly on the first Tuesdays of the month from 7:00-8:30 PM and makes prayer shawls, which are kept at the church and delivered to those who are ill or grieving.

Reading Connections (Women's Book Club)

Second Mondays 6:00-7:30 PM

Have you ever read a book and then wanted to discuss and hear other's thoughts and opinions on it?  Share your impression of books, ask questions, and provoke new ideas about relationships, humor, opportunities, the world, and our own aspirations!
 Contact Kathie Larkin to learn more. 


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