Bible Studies/Small Groups

Small groups and smaller Bible study groups matter in the church. Regardless of a church’s size, the small group is a place of teaching, fellowship, prayer, and pastoral care. The adage, “A church must grow smaller as it grows larger” is more than a church growth cliché; it is a principle of Great Commission growth.

At Mount Hermon, we offer a series of opportunities in both the spring and the fall for members to connect with God and with each other.


Small Group Bible Studies:  Winter/Spring 2017


That the World May Know by Ray Vander Laan. 

Thursday evenings, 6:30-7:30PM, starting March 9.

Led by Todd and Pam Giles in their home at 837 Corn Tassel Road. 7 sessions.

Come explore the Bible and experience its stories of real people, in real places, in real times.  The archaeological discoveries provide even more reason to believe the Bible. These amazing videos, filmed in Israel and the Middle East where Bible events actually took place, weave together historical, cultural, and geographical background to reveal insights into the Scriptures significance for believers today.  


Finding I AM by Lysa TerHeurst.  Tuesday evenings, 6:30PM, led by Morgan Horne in her home. Starting February 21. 6 group sessions.

This women’s group will join Lysa TerKeurst on the streets of Israel to explore the seven I AM statements of Jesus found in the Gospel of John. Through this interactive, in-depth study there is the exchange of feelings of emptiness and depletion for the fullness of knowing who Jesus is like never before. 


MGMG:  MultiGenerational Men’s Group. Tuesday evenings, 7:00-8:30PM, in the home of Eddie Cassada on Slaughter Avenue.  For Men: all ages from high school and above are welcome to join!  This ongoing group selects books of the Bible to read together; the Book of Acts is their focus this season.  What all can we today learn from the lives and acts of the first generation of disciples?


Shop Talk.  Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:00 at Ronnie Dillon’s on Carter Farms Lane.  For Men.  The Book of Isaiah is the focus of this men’s discipleship group.  Led by Ronnie Dillon and Sandy Clarke. What promises are given through Isaiah which give believers hope for today and tomorrow?  


Ten Women of the Bible: One by One They Changed the World by Max Lucado.

Thursday evenings, led by Karen Haley and Adah Haley. In the home of Elene Farlow. Starting date and details TBA.

Not all their names are known. Some would become queens, while others would live on the fringes of society. One would give birth to a nation, and one would give birth to the Messiah. These women and the roles they played are remarkable in the telling of God's story. They lived in a different world than our own, but we find ourselves facing the same issues they faced. Yet even more, these women show us there is a God who sees us where we are and loves us for who we are. He is the one who hovers over all shaping lives, rescuing hearts, healing sicknesses, raising what was dead to life, and assigning high callings to those who choose to follow him and have faith in him.