We need each other. That seems like an obvious statement, but all too often (even in the church) we don't take the time to connect to one another and invest in each other's lives on a more personal level. We also need God's Word - the Bible. We not only need to hear it preached, but also to engage it more personally along with others to help us discover how it can transform our lives. Lastly, we need to have an impact! We need to use the gifts, abilities, and passions God gives us to serve one another and connect more people in our community to a loving Savior, Jesus Christ. We see these ideals lived out in the very first church (Acts 2:41-47) and we desire to see them lived out at First Baptist Lebanon, as well. Our small group options are below for more information.
The best place to start your day at First Baptist is at our Welcome Center. The Welcome Center is located in the heart of our campus inside the Sanctuary Building (the building with the Steeple) and is easily accessible from the parking lots. A door greeter will escort you to the Welcome Center where you will be provided with any information or assistance you may need to find your class.
Rooted Class (age: 18 - 30's): Gym Building Second Floor Room 803. Contact Aimee Harmon.
The Orchard Class (age: 20's - 60's): Christian Life Center Second Floor, Room 800. Contact Rob Spruill.
Couples I (age: 40's - 60's): Christian Life Center Second Floor, Room 805. Contact Chuck Coffee.
Truth Seekers (age: 50's - 70's): Christian Life Center Second Floor, Room 803. Contact Eddie Pawlawski.
Pattern of Discipleship (Age 18 and up): Christian Life Center Second Floor, Room 801. Contact Benji Thomas.
New Men's Class (age: 50's up): Main Building, Room 104. Contact Don Chambers.
Hardaway/Jenkins/Volunteers (age: 60's +): Main Building, Room 106
Mary/Martha (age: 30's - 70's): Children's Building Fellowship Hall Room 502. Contact Ann Frost.
Esther (age 70's): Main Building, Room 103. Contact Pam Moore.
Seekers (age 60's+): CLC Craft Room.
Jesus ministered to the crowds but spent the bulk of His time investing deeply and personally in a few who would then be enabled to turn around and do the same in the lives of others (Matthew 28:19-20). We call this life-on, missional discipleship. Each fall we begin new groups composed of 3-6 single gendered members who commit to one academic year together. For more information visit our Life-on-Life page. Currently we are seeking to form various groups (in person, online, etc.) for our HEAR the Word Together in 2022 challenge. Learn more here.