Life Together

God’s love brings us together in surprising ways. Share real conversations and meaningful relationships by finding your place in one of our groups. We’re growing together through study, fellowship, and just plain fun. We’re in this thing together, no matter what.

If you would like to join or learn more about a group, contact the leader directly using the contact information listed for each group below.

If you need assistance finding a group or would like to start one, please contact Rachel Freeny at [email protected].

Small group information is up to date as of January 2022.


Interest Groups

Saturday mornings in warm weather & Saturday afternoons in cold weather; 1-2 hikes/month

The Hike with Faith group will schedule local hiking outings, suitable for most abilities. The hikes will vary by distance and challenge to accommodate as many interested as possible. Our goal is to bring together people of all ages interested in exploring our great outdoors and sharing faith and fellowship.

This group is open to any age and anyone able to hike moderate to difficult trails, including children. Hikes will vary to accommodate different levels and abilities.

Contacts: Angie Bailey, Gregg Wheeler

In Action is a group committed to having spirited presentations and discussions on issues that affect our community like racial justice, poverty, the environment, and more. We welcome differences of opinion and ideas. We will take these discussions to the next level by participating in a wide range of activities throughout Louisville and putting our faith into action.

Contact: Kim Kolb, Bill Wilson.

Whether you identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community or are questioning, you’re invited to our new small group. Rainbow Christians is a safe place for LGBTQ+ people to explore faith, find community, and serve together.

For more information and upcoming gatherings, contact Rachel Freeny at [email protected].

Rainbow Families is a brand new small group for parents and guardians of kids (all ages) who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community or are questioning. This group is a safe space to ask questions, learn and grow together as you learn how to parent, support, and love your LGBTQ+ child.

Contact: Rachel Freeny

Rm. 221

Wrapped in Love is a group for anyone who loves to crochet, knit, or quilt. We meet weekly to work on both personal projects and projects to be donated to local organizations in need of baby blankets, hats, scarves, and more. All levels of experience welcome!

Contributions welcomed from those unable to attend in-person.

Contact: Ann Kantner

Sunday Morning & Evening Small Groups

Rm. 225

The Challengers focus on a variety of topics, particularly related to faith and social justice. We study books and currently have 4 people rotating teaching on a weekly basis. We do not have a regular service project but frequently support Volunteers of America, Choose Well, and EACM. We are always open to areas that individuals are interested in.

Contact: Sarah Swift

Rm. 112

Contagious Christians are group of singles and couples who focus on bible study based discussion, fellowship, and serving in the community.

Contact: Angie Bailey

Rm. 110

Getting Real is a group of couples ages 30-50 who study and discuss current events from a Christian perspective.

Contact: Bill Gardner

Rm. 111A

New Covenant is a group of couples and singles who have discussions about real life application of the bible based on current books, literature, or hot topics.

Contact: Marty Mills

Rm. 101

The Pathfinders are a group of couples who focus on fellowship and bible or book studies.

Contact: Judy Mallory

Rm. 111B

The Seekers are group of singles and couples in their 60s+ who gather weekly for fellowship, bible study, and prayer. We also focus on local services opportunities.

Contact: Bob Tisch

Rm. 100

Stand by Me is a small group for couples and singles that focuses on fellowship and sermon-based discussions.

Contact: Cathy Kidd

Rm. 110

We are a small group open to all ages and life paths, and we value having a close relationship and supporting each other. We alternate between discussing the sermon and bible studies. 

Contact: Erin Yang

Rm. 100

The Journey Continues discusses ideas from the sermon and their application in our daily lives. We’re a diverse group of individuals, both couples and singles, ranging in age from 40s to 70s, who share a desire to continue our spiritual journey and deepen our relationship with God.

Contact: Cindy Bradley

Off Topic is a group for spiritual growth and fellowship for couples and singles with children.

Contact for location and time.

Contact: Ellen Kays

Weekday Groups

Rm. 110, 1st & 3rd Monday each month

Christians Gone Wild is sermon-based discussion group with a heart for serving together and supporting one another through life’s ups and downs.

Contact: Jane Howard

2nd Monday of each month at 11 AM, Rm. 225

Sharing in God’s Love is a women’s group for women of all ages. Our group is designed to help you grow socially by meeting other women and focusing on God’s love & His plan for our lives. Please join us as we get to know each other, plan for future events, and help each other face life. We will always begin our meetings with prayer and a devotion and continue with open discussion. We often bring in guest speakers from our church congregation so that we can continue to learn and grow in our spiritual lives. We care about you and we welcome you. Join us.

Contact: Brenda Logan

Rm. 111A

Sisters in Christ is a women’s evening bible study that meets during the school calendar year. We welcome new members and tend to do studies with DVDs and are known to share a meal together and a yearly service project.

Contact: Linda McCarty

Fellowship Hall

The Women’s Prayer Group is a group for women of all ages that gathers weekly for prayer, food, and fellowship.

Contact: Henrietta Barker

Heitzmann Bakery

The Heitzmann Group is group that focuses on fellowship and book-based discussions. 

Contact: Dave Seely

Rm. 225

Daughters of the King is a group of women who meet weekly for bible study and fellowship. 

Contact: Lynda Hardesty

Rm. 225

The Women’s Spirituality Group is a group of women in their 40s and up who meet weekly for book studies.

Contact: Jane Parker