We need each other.

A Growth Group is a group of people who gather to meet each week in an classroom, in a home, or at a local coffee shop. In a Growth Group you’ll get to know each other, grow in understanding God's Word, and pray together.

Growth Groups come in all shapes and sizes, so no matter where you are in life, there’s a group

of people that you can connect with.

Ready to join a Growth Group? Check out the options below to see which one is right for you.

2018 spring

growth groups

The Where & Why of Salvation


Sunday mornings at 9:15 on Fall Creek's campus. Led by Jake Simmons

The cost of sin and why we need a Savior are the conversational focus of this study. 


For All It's Worth


Sunday mornings at 9:15 on Fall Creek's campus. Led by Rich Herbert and Brad Poteat

This is a practical approach to Bible study in an easy-to-understand style.


Financial Peace University by Dave Ramsey


Sunday mornings at 9:15 on Fall Creek's campus. Led by Joe Neal

This is a money management class taught by America's most trusted financial guru, Dave Ramsey. 

Learn to dump debt, build wealth, and give like never before 


Parenting: Dare to Discipline by Dr. James Dobson


Sunday mornings at 9:15 on Fall Creek's campus. Led by Jeff & Delores Clark

This study is designed to help you lead your children through their critical years. 

This practical, reassuring guide will teach you how to met your children's needs of

love, trust, affection, and discipline.


Bible Studies for Life


Sunday mornings at 9:15 on Fall Creek's campus. Led by Diane Anderson

Where the Bible meets life! We are a community. These studies are designed intentionally

to engage us in deeper relationships with each other. They leave room for conversation

while never departing from the authority of Scripture. Every session is rooted in real-life issues. 

Participants begin to respond to life situations in the way God would have them respond and

proactively begin to see real life as an opportunity for growth.


Bible Studies for Life - Open Door Senior's Class


Sunday mornings at 9:15 on Fall Creek's campus. Led by Cathy Gwaltney & Linda Hart

Where the Bible meets life! See description above.




Sunday mornings at 9:15 on Fall Creek's campus. Led by Chad Anderson

Sermon-based study. Each week, we will explore the passage from which Pastor John preaches. 

Conversational, Relational, and Thought-Provoking.




For COUPLES, 6:45pm Monday evenings at the Ringger home. Led by Rick & Marla Ringger

Become your best US. Every married couple is unique. They're an US. There are things they like to do, places they like to go, histories that are their own. And whether they are loving their US, wondering if their US is going to make it, or somewhere in between, every couple at some level wants to become their best US.


Not a Fan


OPEN STUDY, 6:30pm Tuesday evenings at the O'Dell home. Led by Tom Opheim and John O'Dell

The dictionary defines a fan as "an enthusiastic admirer." Fans want to be close enough to get all the benefits, but not so close that it requires sacrifice. This study invites you to take an honest look at your relationship with Jesus. His call to follow may seem radical to us, but Jesus desires it for every believer.


All Things New By Kelly Minter


For WOMEN, 9:30am Wednesday Mornings (childcare provided) on Fall Creek's campus. 

Led by Marla Ringger

This study will lead you through the Letter of 2 Corinthians, exploring the anchoring truths of bearing treasures in jars of clay, meeting Christ through a pressing thorn, opening wide your heart in the midst of hurtful relationships, and what it means to embrace the lost and lonely as ministers of the new covenant. Each of us has a message to proclaim and live by: Because of Jesus, the old has gone, the new has come. 


Restless  By Jennie Allen


For WOMEN, 6:00pm Thursday evenings at the Reynolds home. Facilitated by April Reynolds. Group-Led.

Our lives are full. Full up to the brim with jobs, children homes, family, friends, and church, to name a few. And yet, despite life's fullness we often feel empty, bored, and restless. Our hearts yearn for more, to know that we're fulfilling the purpose we've been put on this planet to accomplish. This study gives practical advice on how to identify your gifts and passions, even your suffering, to uncover the divinely placed threads in your story. You were made for more! 

What if you began to live like you believed it?


Systematic Theology By Wayne Grudem


OPEN STUDY, 6:30pm Thursday evenings on Fall Creek's campus. Led by Pastor John Newland

Far from being a stuffy, academic discipline, the study of theology can

make a life-changing difference in your day-to-day life.