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Wednesdays • 6:30 pm
50+ | Forward Study | Steve Gibson
Our God is a big God and He has big plans for us! We will be taking ideas and some compelling motivation and encouragement from David Jeremiah. I think we will discover in our lives He is not done yet or perhaps… just getting started!
Campus Asheville Type Seniors
Mondays • 6:30 pm
50+ Group | Dave & Cathy Whetsel
We will meet the 2nd Monday of each month at the church for a devotional study and fellowship. This is for 50+ adults and open to singles and married.
Campus Asheville Type Seniors
Thursdays • 6:30 pm
Co-Ed | Bible Life Application and Prayer | Mike and Christine Maloney
We discuss the Seacoast sermon or video lesson, study the Scriptures and how to apply it to our lives. We pray for each other, serve together and enjoy group activities.
Campus Asheville Type Co-Ed
Wednesdays • 6:30 pm
College/20's | Co-Ed | Young Adults | Karrin Baum
Group established for young adults to have a healthy community and culture centered on Jesus. Focus of deepening our relationships with Jesus and living out His ways in our every day lives. We meet every other Wednesday.
Campus Asheville Type College/20s
Thursdays • 6:30 pm
College/20's | Young and Kidless | Craig & Anna Harris
“If“is a powerful little word. Some are stuck in "if only," trudging through lives marked with regret. But God wants us to live lives marked with possibilities, with the "what if" attitude that looks forward to the future with confidence. Why? Because the answer to "If God is for us, who can be against us?" is "No one." God is always on our side. Every day, in every way. Mark Batterson helps us overcome feelings of guilt, fear, and doubt because in Christ there is no condemnation. And because of that, the possibilities for our lives are limitless. We will meet at our home at 13 Bauhaus Ct, Asheville This is a co-ed group for singles/marrieds ages 21-30 with no children.
Campus Asheville Type College/20s
Mondays • 6:15 pm
Growth Track | Freedom Course - AVL
Freedom Course is a 10-week journey designed to equip you to live a victorious and abundant life Christ came to give you. Freedom Groups build on the foundation of your faith in Christ to help you embrace the truth of God's Word as it relates to your struggles, your past, your personal value to God, and your purpose in His Kingdom. This group will help you remove every obstacle to intimacy with God.

The course ends with a 2-day Freedom Retreat (March 22 & 23) at the Mount Pleasant Campus. The Retreat is $30 and covers materials and lunch. Group begins meeting on Wednesday, January 24 but will meet on Mondays after that. Please register Here for the 10-week course and for the 2-day retreat.
Campus Asheville Type Growth Track
Mondays • 7:00 am
Married | Book Study Group
This semester we will be studying Battlefield of the Mind by Joyce Meyer.
Campus Asheville Type Married
Sundays • 12:00 pm
Married Groups | Young Families Group | Wesolek, Sutrich, & O'Brien
This small group is composed of families with school aged children. We meet bi-weekly for fellowship. Throughout the year, we look at book studies, discuss the weekend message, and couples date rotations. Our goal is to walk alongside each other and support each other as we do life together! Meetings begin September 10.
Campus Asheville Type Married
Saturdays • 11:00 am
Men's Group | Honey Do Gathering | Chris Rogers
Tackling the "honey do list" one house at a time. This is a men's service group within the Asheville campus that meets to help other men at the campus tackle those to do list and other service opportunities as they arise. Meeting times vary please reach out by email to get connected.
Campus Asheville Type Men's
Tuesdays • 8:00 am
Men's Group | Men's Bible Study | Teddy Winter
Study and discussion of the Bible and different Christian books at Bruegger's Bagels in Biltmore Village.
Campus Asheville Type Men's
Mondays • 7:00 pm
Men's Group |Everyman/Blood Brothers Challenge - Frank Wesolek & Gabe Witte
BBC Everyman Challenge is a 6-month challenge bringing men closer in their walk with God. Group meets every Monday evening. Meeting locations vary.
Campus Asheville Type Men's
Tuesdays • 6:30 pm
Parenting | Parenting Through Phases
You have approximately 936 weeks from the time your child is born until he or she graduates from high school. It goes by fast, and kids change and grow quickly. It’s as if they shift or move on just as you begin to figure them out. It can make the responsibility to shape a child’s faith and character feel overwhelming. Over five weeks, we’ll be focusing on how to parent your child best in the developmental phase they are in today based upon The Phase Project. The Phase Project synthesizes personal experience, academic research, and hours of focus groups with leaders to provide parents with exactly what they need to make the most of each phase in their kid’s life. The Parenting Through the Phases Small Group Study is based on the 18-part Phase Guides series. Ultimately, the goal of our group is to connect parents with other parents to be a place of support, encouragement, and growth, which is something every parent needs.
Campus Asheville Type Co-Ed
Sundays • 10:30 am
Students | High School Co-Ed Group | Tim Gibson
Small Groups for Middle and High School Students | Life is better with friends, the right ones. But meaningful friendships aren’t always easy to find. This is why being connected to the right group is one of the most important things we do. In times of fun and in times of need, small groups are your source of friendship, support, encouragement and family. As you surround yourself with others who love Jesus, your faith will also grow.
Campus Asheville Type Students
Sundays • 10:30 am
Students | Middle School Co-Ed Group | Tim Gibson
Small Groups for Middle and High School Students| Life is better with friends, the right ones. But meaningful friendships aren’t always easy to find. This is why being connected to the right group is one of the most important things we do. In times of fun and in times of need, small groups are your source of friendship, support, encouragement and family. As you surround yourself with others who love Jesus, your faith will also grow.
Campus Asheville Type Students
Fridays • 7:45 am
Women | What Does God Say About Women | Melissa Douglass & Tracy Harrell
This is a women's study group where we unpack some common verses that may have been misused or left women feeling disconnected from God. Join us as we journey together to find out what God has to say about women. Meetings will be kid friendly.
Campus Asheville Type Women's
Tuesdays • 6:30 pm
Women's Group| Women of God | Jessica Pease
Women gathering together, seeking Him in everything she does and trusting Him wholeheartedly with her life. She has a heart of reverence that overflows into a life of spiritual maturity and wisdom. She is not born this way; she gets there by a process of refinement, which is a work of the Holy Spirit. A woman who yearns to please God strives to be like this ideal example, but with the understanding that every Christian is a work in progress. We will read a book together and discuss ways that God is working in our lives to refine us and restore what it means to be a woman of God. We will begin in March and meet at my home in Swannanoa.
Campus Asheville Type Women's
Women's Group | Sisterhood | Becky Fuller
We believe that God created us to be in relationship with Him and others. Whether single, married, a mom or an empty-nester, we believe women need to share life and laughter as they grow in their faith. Join us throughout the year for various events and activities. Contact Becky for more information.
Campus Asheville Type Women's
Sundays • 1:00 pm
Women's Group | Women of the Bible - Naomi | Dawn Sutphin-Griffin
The women in the Bible asked the same three questions we all ask today: How does everyone else see me? How do I see myself? How does God see me? Naomi Bible Study Guide: When I Feel Worthless, God Says I’m Enough (Known by Name) by Jada Edwards.
Campus Asheville Type Women's