Groups meet throughout the week at our church and in homes.  Questions or interested in a group?  Please contact Ken Grasmeyer at

Tuesday Evenings:
Senior Fellowship: 

September - June. If you are 60 or older and interested in good fellowship and good food, join us on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, usually at 6:00 p.m. at Mimi's in 4404 Candlewood, Lakewood.  

Wednesday Mornings: 
Ladies Coffee Break, Begins October 10:

Christian Virtues.  "Virtues" is not a word we often hear or rarely use in today's culture.  In this 9-week study, we will examine various scripture passages that will define and help us live out the virtues that God values.  From faith, hope, and love, to the working virtues of wisdom, justice, courage, and integrity.  NOTE: Class begins October 10 in Room 5. Led by Margie Broadhurst and Judy Bull.


Wednesday Evenings, September - May:
Men & Women's Group:

Goliath Must Fall.  It's likely you have a giant in your life. It's holding you captive, intimidating you with its taunts, and stealing your joy.  In this 7-week DVD series by Lou Giglio, we will confront our adversaries of fear, anger, addictions, complacency, and rejection. Using the biblical story of David and Goliath, we will examine how to focus on the size of our God, not the height of our giants. Meets in The House. Led by Ken and Deanne Grasmeyer.

Ladies Group:

I & II Kings: God's Imperfect Servants.  The good, the bad, and the ugly sums up these Old Testament books of the Bible.  This historical account shows us how despite the persistent sins of Israel's kings, God remains faithfully present; guiding, leading and redeeming at every turn. If you're wondering how God can use you in spite of all your flaws and imperfections, dive into I & II Kings and see how God used even the worst offenders.  Meets in Room 5. Led by Amanda Brouwer and Laurie Hungerford.

Men's Group:  

The Measure of a Man.  What does a Godly man look like?  Drawing on Paul's letters to Timothy and Titus we will discover many attributes of a Godly man.  This biblical profile is pragmatic and essential for men who want to serve God, family, church, and community. Meets at The House.  Led by John Seele, Ron Sato, and Chris Fleming.

The Long Beach Choir:

The Long Beach Choir meets for rehearsals in the church sanctuary each Wednesday from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m, September - May. It's a community of people that love to sing and have fun doing just that.  The choir leads the 10:40 a.m. Sunday worship service during the months of October - May.  Director Kay Van Weerthuizen.

Saturday Mornings:
Men’s Fellowship:

The Gospel of Luke.  All men 18 and older, join us for a time of study, discussion, prayer, and fellowship.  Luke is the most historical account of the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  It is also a rich source of His parables, teachings, and our Christian theology.  In this study, we will see how Jesus lived and what He taught.  The Gospel of Luke helps its readers see that Jesus is not simply a great teacher but the great Savior.

Meets September - May, at the House, 7:30 am - 8:30 am
In-Home Groups:

If you are interested in being part of an in-home group or have questions, please contact Ken Grasmeyer.