Home Fellowships

Hosts

Details

Leaders

Gospel of Luke

5:30-7:30pm

Luke’s gospel emphasizes Christ as central to God’s providential plan and promises. He is careful to demonstrate a thorough history of the promised Messiah-Lord on which basis he can highlight deep pastoral and theological truth. He calls us to examine our lives in light of these inaugurated promises so as to walk in a faithful and fruitful life.

Sermon Application

6:00-8:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.
Allergy Alert:  Dog

Books of Jonah & Galatians

5:30-7:15pm

One of the most recognized Bible stories for children is often titled something like “Jonah and the whale”.  And yet, most often, the book of Jonah is neglected from the perspective of being the prophetic example of the resurrection of Christ.  We will be taking a deeper look at the contents of the book of Jonah and its importance in the story of redemption.  We will also be studying the book of Galatians. It is always good to remind ourselves that we “live” by faith and not by works.

Gospel of Mark

6:00-7:30pm

There’s an old chorus that mentions many of the activities of Jesus Christ and His ministry that are recounted in Mark’s gospel. “It’s about the sea-walker, blind-man healer, leper-cleansing man of Galilee. He’s the soul-saver; He’s the one who set me free. Take my hand and follow me.” Mark, by the Holy Spirit, did something no one had done before. He wrote a gospel. Our study will be devotional; we’ll listen to Jesus of Nazareth and answer His call.

Book of 1 Corinthians

5:00-7:00pm

The Snyder and Schaub families would love to have you join us for fellowship and Bible study at our home fellowship this year! We will study Paul’s letter of 1 Corinthians much of the year, a letter that addresses a number of church community problems with gospel truth. What a great Bible book to study as we seek by God’s grace to grow and thrive as a community of believers at First Baptist Church, praying together and helping one another apply the gospel to our every day lives!
Allergy Alert:  Dog

Book of Titus

5:30-7:00

Jesus said to His disciples, “You did not choose me but I have chosen you and appointed you to go and bear fruit and that your fruit would remain so that whatever you ask of the Father in my name He may give it to you” (John 15:16).  Titus, the fruit of Paul’s ministry, was obedient to go and to bear his own fruit that would remain so that he could have his own prayers answered. Paul wrote Titus as he went in order to build him up in the basics: how to identify good pastors, false teachers, healthy church discipleship patterns, and how to cultivate a love for good works in excited anticipation of Christ’s return.  We will meet together to study this book verse by verse at the Lee’s home.  Let’s study, pray, break bread together and Lord willing bear our own fruit that remains.

Sermon Application

6:00-8:00pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:15pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:15pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.
Allergy Alert:  Cat

Book of Acts

5:30-7:30pm

What was life in the early church like? Were they perfect and without blemish? How is it that the early church thrived despite the intense persecution? What role did Peter have? How about Paul? What role should you have in the church today? Acts reveals many valuable historical details about the early church that still serve as our guide today. The same Holy Spirit that moved on the Day of Pentecost desires to work in and through the church today. Join us at the Oliver’s house this year as we journey through the book of Acts.

Book of Titus

6:00-7:30pm

The Letter to Titus is one of the last letters written by Paul, the apostle to the Gentiles, to a faithful partner and beloved friend in the Lord. Paul presents both the necessity and a picture of godly leadership in the local church while pushing for a ready willingness on the part of all to do good works.
Allergy Alert:  Dog

Christianity 101

3:30-5:30pm

Join us in the exciting work of exploring and explaining the Gospel to people who have never had any exposure to Christianity or the Bible.  A principal feature of our home fellowship is friendship with international scholars who are in the Triangle to study. There are many opportunities to share the gospel in informal conversations as we seek to faithfully instruct and learn from the Bible.  Our study will begin with an introduction to the core concepts of Christianity and will transition to studying the life and teachings of Christ from the Gospels. Our study is accessible to nonbelievers but beneficial for seasoned Christians looking to share their faith. Children are welcome to join the Bible study, but separate childcare is not provided.

Sermon on the Mount

5:30-7:30pm

“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied” (Matt. 5:6). This is the goal of our study. The Sermon of the Mount describes the attitude and actions of a true disciple of Christ. It gives us a picture of how the Christian should think, speak, act, and live in this world. Please join us as we meet at the Halbrooks’ on Sunday nights.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.

Books of 1 & 2 Peter

5:30-7:30pm

What is the Christian’s relationship to the world? How should our community respond to suffering and persecution? Where do we find lasting hope and joy? Our Home Fellowship will meet at the Aucoin’s home, and we will study the books of First and Second Peter, learning along the way how we can live as sojourners and servants in this world and how to encourage each other in our journeys.

Book of 1 Timothy

5:30-8:00pm

Could there be a more practical and encouraging book than I Timothy? Paul lovingly takes a young Timothy and instructs him on how to “fight the good fight”, living out his faith in full obedience. This coming year we will take a trip with Paul and Timothy and examine areas of the Christian walk from this book that cover several subjects: the law, false teachers, worship, gender roles in the church, leadership requirements for the church, redeeming our time wisely, the importance of sound doctrine, the care of widows, the use of money, the pursuit of holiness, and passing on a heritage. Come join us at the Valenti’s and experience the transforming power of God’s Word, the warmth of Christian hospitality, and a place for belonging.

Sermon Applicaton

5:30-7:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.

Book of Colossians

6:00-7:30pm

A wise man once told me (concerning Paul’s letter to the Colossians) that the letter deals with two subjects concerning Christ – 1. The Sufficiency of Christ and 2. The Supremacy of Christ.  Come and join us as we explore this very important letter in which Paul takes on the false teachers in and around Colossae and answers their accusations concerning the Deity of our Savior.
Allergy Alert:  Dog

Back to top