We believe every follower of Jesus should be discipled and become a disciple-maker. RBC offers groups on Wednesdays to help people grow in their faith, but also inspire them to move into positions of leadership and service within the church.
Wednesday night courses are open groups for every age and background. They are offered every Wednesday night during the school year. These groups cover a wide range of topics and are meant to build up a Christ-centered identity and influence in the lives of those who participate so that they can pass on their faith to others. Classes are available on a rotational basis and include topics like: Bible-book studies, Marriage and Parenting studies, Financial management studies, apologetics studies, and more.
Wednesday evening bible study 2021
- John 1 – 3: 12-Week Study
Different from the other three gospel accounts of Jesus’ life and ministry, the Gospel of John focused on the nature of Christ and how belief in Him leads to true life. Through the first three chapters of John, we learn how we’re dependent upon God to help us believe in the name of Jesus and become His children and experience a well of abundant grace that never runs dry. To this day, Jesus continues to draw followers to Himself in the same ways He drew His first disciples. Jesus became like us so that we might become like Him.
We hope you will join us for this 12-week study as we dive into the first three chapters of the Gospel of John and explore the majesty of Jesus.
- Gospel in Life: 8-Week Study
- Join author and pastor Timothy Keller in an eight-week video-based study of the gospel and how to live it out in everyday life. In week one you and your group will study the city, your home now, the world that is. Week eight closes with the theme of the eternal city, your heavenly home, the world that is to come. In between, you’ll learn how the gospel can change your heart, your community, and how you live in this world.
- This study will be only for women.
Questions? Contact the church office at (573) 348-3515
D-Groups are closed groups that operate on 4-month semester cycles. They meet on Wednesday nights and provide intensive accountability among small groups of roughly 4 men or 4 women. They focus on developing a missional mindset and the spiritual disciplines of one’s personal life so that group members can become disciples who make disciples.