Our Adult Community groups are a great way to fully engage in a Bible Study Program and experience life at Johns Creek Baptist Church.

CONNECT – Every Sunday morning at 9:30, our groups gather all over campus to connect and enjoy each other. Conversation, laughter and coffee abound! Additionally, our groups gather numerous times throughout the year simply for the fun of it. Deep and significant relationships are formed and fostered.

FORM – Each Sunday, our Community Groups engage together in bible study and thoughtful reflection. The studies not only help form our identity as followers of Christ, but also shape the ways we “do life” – day in and day out. We are clay in the potter’s hands – being transformed from the inside out.

MOBILIZE – Our Community Groups not only form relationships and grow with each other, but also engage in a wide variety of mobilization and missions projects throughout the year. We are not just hearers of the word…but doers as well.

CARE – Each of us face hardships from time to time. Our Community Groups are active caregivers – coming up alongside those in the group who are hurting or in crisis. We take care of each other because we love each other.

KIDS – While our Adult Community Groups are connecting, forming, and mobilizing on Sunday mornings – your kids are do-ing the same thing! Our Children and Students’ Ministries are dedicated to helping parents nurture the faith of their children.

Johns Creek offers twenty-one Adult Sunday School Communities for learners of all ages. While we do offer unique communities for ladies and singles, the majority of our groups are co-ed and open to anyone. Groups are named based on the median age of the group. However, we always encourage newcomers to visit as many groups as they like and to join the one that best fits their needs.

Our model for Adult Sunday School is unique in that our year is divided up into 5 terms. Each new term begins with a fellowship meal called Big Breakfast and lasts 8 to 10 weeks. While communities always stay together, new terms allow each group to hear a new teacher, which we call Seminar Leaders, and the opportunity to engage in the study of a new faith topic.

Starting August 8th and for a term of 8 weeks, we shall follow a NEW study format: Each class will start with a Master Teacher video (with Dr. Michael McCullar) followed by lesson/discussion led by a Facilitator. The title of this series of lessons is “Relaunching the Church in a Post-Pandemic World”.

The weekly Study topics are:

Week 1Introduction
Week 2Being Whole And Well In A Post-Pandemic World
Week 3Getting Back To A Spiritual Routine
Week 4Dealing With Adversity: Where Was God During The Pandemic?
Week 5Barriers To Living The Jesus Life
Week 6Why Pray If God Already Knows What Will Happen?
Week 7What The World Needs Now: Connection And Community
Week 8Sharing The Faith In A Changed World

Study Locations by Community:

Guy/Pollard (Mid 20s - Early 30s, includes Singles)C314
King/Heaton (Late 20s - Mid 30s)C328
Huett (Late 30s – Early 40s)C324
Kennedy/Pegram (Mid 40s – Late 40s)C320/C321
McAllister/Hegi (Late 40s – Early 50s)C331
Bland (Late 40s – Early 50s)C320/C321
Thomas (Late 40s – Mid 50s)C317/C318
Ford (Late 50s – Early 60s)B227/B236
Arnold/McCullar (Late 50s – Early 60s)B222/B235
Stanford (Mid 60s – Early 70s)B237
Clagg (Mid 60s – Early 70s)B229/B232
Brown (Early 70s – Late 70s)B221
Haywood (Early 70s – Late 70s)C263
Durham (Late 70s +)B227/B230
Bowen (Late 70s +)B223/224
Head/White Community (Late 70s +)B223/B224

We invite newcomers to join our groups at any time! For more information, contact Kris Peters at 678-474-4404 or formations@jcbc.org.

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