A Growth Group is a group of people who gather to meet each week in a 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.


SUNDAY MORNING GROWTH GROUPS


Young Marrieds

AWESOME:  Building Great Relationships

This growth group is for young marrieds with and without children.
Sunday mornings at 11:00 am on Fall Creek's campus. Led by Rick & Marla Ringger

Everyone craves the safety of relationships where they are fully known. They long for genuine connection with others, and with God. But it takes time and intention to create awesome relationships like that. It takes learning to be unselfish — and learning to love. We will look at why marriage matters and how God designed it to make you holy, the four traits of an awesome family, the six golden rules of awesome friendships and how to build a friendship with God and make Him your priority.


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Bible Studies for Life

Sunday mornings at 9:30 am on Fall Creek's campus.
Led by Diane Anderson & Merrill Eggleston


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iDiscover

Sunday mornings at 9:30am on Fall Creek's campus.
Led by Chad Anderson

Each time we meet we use the passages Pastor John preaches. We break it down conversationally and relationally. Pastor John delivers a lot of great thought-provoking messages that keep our discussion each week lively and heartfelt. Join us each week to unpack the Word of God as preached from the heart of our pastor. 


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Bible Studies for Life
Open Door Senior's Class

Sunday mornings at 9:30 am on Fall Creek's campus.
Led by Fall Creek Leaders


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Feasts of the Lord — the Historical, Prophetic & Messianic Significance of Leviticus 23

Sunday mornings at 9:30 am on Fall Creek's campus.
Led by Joe Straka

Think Leviticus is too hard or too boring?  Think Leviticus is filled with old laws that don’t apply to anything in your spiritual life today?  Do you know what the Feasts of the Lord are?  Do you know how they point to Jesus Christ even though they were commanded 1500 years before His birth?  Do you know as Christ followers we will celebrate some, if not all, of these feasts during the 1000 year physical reign of Christ on this earth (the millennial kingdom)?  Come learn about the feasts, their historical significance to the children of Israel and their messianic significance to you as a Christ follower.


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The Truth About God: Ten Commandments

Sunday mornings at 11:00 am on Fall Creek's campus.
Led by Greg Cross

A.W. Tozer says in The Knowledge of the Holy, "What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us." The Ten Commandments are still relevant 3,500 years after they were first given at Mount Sinai. The major function of the Ten Commandments is to reveal who God is. Who someone is can best be understood by knowing what matters most to him. Obeying these commands from God, or not, is always a matter of response to who he is more than a matter of morality. In this study, we will approach the Ten Commandments as autobiographical, self-revelatory messages from God about who he really is, and how he wants our lives to change by knowing him.


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X-Stream Rec Team

FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS (6TH - 12TH GRADE)

Sunday mornings at 9:30 am on Fall Creek's campus. 

This team meets weekly for breakfast, devotionals and planning for our X-Stream Sunday Night Recreation Time.
Led by Brian Schrock
We ask our students to choose one hour (not both) to serve either the Rec or Kitchen Team or in Children's Ministry and to worship the other hour in our Main Worship Service in the Auditorium. Sit one, serve one.


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X-Stream Kitchen Team

Sunday mornings at 11:00 am on the Fall Creek's campus.
This team meets weekly for breakfast, devotionals and for our X-Stream Sunday Night Dinner and Snacks.
Led by Jim and Rachel Williams

We ask our students to choose one hour (not both) to serve either the Rec or Kitchen Team on in Children's ministry and to worship the other hour in our Main Worship Service in the Auditorium. Sit one, serve one.


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WEEKLY GROWTH GROUPS


TwentyThirty

Sunday nights 5:30pm-7:30pm at the home of Mike and Rebecca Yoder

Led by Mike and Rebecca Yoder


Not really a college group; not really a career group; not really a singles group--this is just a place to connect, fellowship, and do life with others who are at the same place in life as you. If you are between the age of 20 and 30, we meet Sunday nights for food, fellowship, games, laughter, and to talk about the applying God's Word from the Sunday morning sermon. Join us!


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Leadership Pipeline

(Starts January 14th)

For MEN, Tuesday evenings at 6:30 pm on Fall Creek's Campus.
Led by Pastor John and Greg Cross

Join other men from Fall Creek Church for a look at developing the leader within you. With such differing opinions regarding the topic of leadership, it is no wonder that many people, including Christians, have flawed views of leadership. Some struggle to think of themselves as leaders at all. Even when assigned leadership roles, they aren't sure how to act. Others think of themselves as leaders too much. The Bible presents a different take on leadership, one that undermines both views. On one hand, the Bible affirms that leadership is important. While the word "leadership" doesn't appear often in the Bible, God continually calls individuals to lead His people. Throughout Scripture, as in life, the rise and fall of God's people is almost always tied to leadership.

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Systematic Theology

(Starts January 16th)

Thursday evenings at 6:30 pm on Fall Creek's Campus.
Led by Pastor John Newland

One of the most helpful ways to learn what the main ideas of what the Bible are all about is to study Systematic Theology. Studying Systematic Theology will help you understand the main teachings of the Christian faith. It will also help protect you from going “outside the lines” of Scripture. Join Pastor John for a lively discussion of biblical doctrine that will empower you to own your faith for yourself.

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Renewing Your Mind

(Starts January 12th)

For MEN, Sunday evenings at 6:00 pm on Fall Creek's Campus.
Led by Pastor Clayton Knight

Jesus said, "First clean the inside of the cup and dish, and then the outside also will be clean," and "Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks." This means that living a godly life is only possible by cultivating a clean "inner life." That part of us that no one but God sees--what we allow to lodge in our minds, what attitudes we harbor, and what desires we foster-- shape our behaviors. This growth group will equip us to start an inner, spiritual detox, so that our lives can be pleasing to God.


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No Other Gods

(Starts January 15th)

For WOMEN, Wednesday mornings at 9:30 am at the Fall Creek campus.
Led by Marla Ringger

Often, idols are obvious—money, power, fame. But subtler idols can sometimes take the form of sweet loved ones, Instagramable interiors, and busy seasons of ministry. But if your heart is prioritizing any of those pursuits before God, they are taking up space meant for Him alone. In this 8-session study, learn to identify the functional gods you are serving daily and the lies they tell. Only when you learn to dethrone modern-day idols can you pursue a deeper, more meaningful relationship with Jesus.


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Exalting Jesus in Ephesians

(Starts January 15th)

For WOMEN, Wednesday evenings from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm at the home of Rebecca Yoder. 

Led by Tracy Newland.


Food, fellowship and focused scripture study in the book of Ephesians. 

 

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It's Not Suppose To Be This Way

(Starts January 16th)

For WOMEN, Thursday evenings from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm at the home of Delores Clark. 

Led by Valerie Stash, Delores Clark & April Reynolds


Reality often ends up so very far from the life we long for. Bible teacher Lysa TerKeurst deeply understands daily disappointments and life-altering loss. By walking through her own valley, she's discovered that in God we can find unexpected strength as we wrestle well between our faith and feelings.


In this six-session video Bible study, Lysa offers a safe place to share your disappointments, fresh biblical insight to get you through your painful situations, and life-giving perspectives for living in between Eden and eternity.


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Men's Fellowship WEEKLY BREAKFAST

For MEN, every Friday morning at 7:30 am at Hotcakes Emporium (Oaklandon/Pendleton Pike).
Led by Jim Sharp.


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Fall Creek KIDS

Sunday Morning Growth Groups

9:30am KIDS Growth Groups

The following groups register in August. Children remain in that group for a year. Next registration to "move up" is Aug 2020


Infants & Crawlers

Infants not yet walking


1- & 2-Year-Olds

Toddlers able to sit in a chair and follow 1- and 2-step instructions


3- & 4-Year-Olds

Preschoolers, not yet in Kindergarten


Kindergarten & 1st Grade


2nd & 3rd Grade


4th & 5th Grade



11:00am KIDS Growth Groups

The following groups register in August. Children remain in that group for a year. Next registration to "move up" is Aug 2020



Infants & Crawlers

Infants not yet walking


1- & 2-Year-Olds

Toddlers able to sit in a chair and follow 1- and 2-step instructions


3- & 4-Year-Olds

Preschoolers, not yet in Kindergarten


Kindergarten & 1st Grade


2nd & 3rd Grade


4th & 5th Grade