Floyd County Bible Study
Bible studies are unique from small groups or Sunday school in that they have a sole focus. While small groups and Sunday school focus on a broad spectrum of spiritual growth and development, Bible study is geared towards one thing - understanding the Bible better.
Let's face it, the Bible can be hard to understand at times. Having a group to sit down with and discuss the intricacies of what's actually happening is a valuable tool to have. Being able to understand the context of which the Bible was written, the social factors of the time, and even learning about the authors can greatly increase your appreciation for what the Bible is telling you.
Not only do Bible studies help you to understand the Bible better, they also keep you invested in reading it by providing the accountability of a group to help encourage you to do so. At Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, we strive to help our community focus on the Bible as a means to hear from God - not just something to put on their "to-do" list, a task.
Our Bible study groups are not just limited to adults. Children and young adult Bible studies are available throughout the week at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church and are open to anyone that is interested.
If you're ready to get involved in the Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church community and be challenged by a group dedicated to studying the Bible, our Bible study program is right for you.
For more information on Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church and our Bible study groups contact us