At Church of the Servant, we believe that becoming a fully-committed follower of Christ involves more than simply coming to worship each week. It is a three-fold process that involves worship, service, and small group experiences. One way of becoming involved in a small group is by joining in one of the several Bible and book studies that are being offered each fall and spring. Consider becoming a part of one of these classes and you will enjoy great teaching, discussion, and prayer while building friendships that enrich your life. For more information, email Susie Cobden.




New Testament

Have you ever wanted to read the Bible but found it overwhelming and that you don’t even know where to begin? Disciple Fast Track is a new and accelerated version of the popular Disciple Bible Study series. If you are looking to take a deep spiritual dive into the entirety of scripture, this Disciple Fast Track study is for you. The 10-week study of the Old Testament took place this past fall; this spring, the study is covered the New Testament. 

This course will be offered again in the fall of 2019.  Details will be available in August.


Tuesday Morning Bible Study

Tuesday Mornings, 10:00-11:30 a.m. | South Adult Center, Room 3 | Women

Led by Lou Ann Morris

This Bible Study has finished for the Spring semester. Watch here for the new Fall study that will be coming in August. 

Living Your Strengths


This journey is based upon 30 years of research by the Gallup organization whose findings show that you will be most successful in whatever you do by building your life around your greatest natural abilities. Most of us have been conditioned at home, in church, at work, and in school to correct our weaknesses. Contrary to this, the Gallup organization highlights that our talents should be our primary focus, not our deficiencies. This program will put you in touch with the unique combination of strengths that you have been given which places you with a calling—a calling to serve others and to advance the cause of Christ and the Church, a calling to ministry. When you discover your talents, you begin to discover your calling. Class will meet seven weeks. Cost of Material: $45

Further information will be available in August.

Healthy Coping Skills for Everyday Stress


Do you ever feel overwhelmed? Regret about the past, fear and worry about future, or allow the present moment of peace to be stolen away?  Church member, Michele Diesselhorst-Reese, LCSW, whose professional life as a counselor in Veteran affairs will lead this educational experience for learning practical coping skills in daily life.  Please register in advance as group size will be limited. 

Further information will be available in August.

“Irresistible: Reclaiming the New That Jesus Unleashed for the World” by Andy Stanley

Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. | April 9 through May 14

North Adult Center Room 12 | All

Led by John Farr

Once upon a time there was a version of our faith that was practically...irresistible.

But that was then. Today we preach, teach, write, and communicate as if nothing has changed. As if “The Bible says it” still settles it.

In this six-session video study, Andy Stanley will invite you to embrace the version of faith that, against all odds, initiated a chain of events resulting in the most significant and extensive cultural transformation the world has ever seen. A version we must embrace if we are to be salt and light in an increasingly savorless and dark world. 

Book: Irresistible Study Guide available at Amazon, LifeWay, Barnes & Noble



“Spending Time in the Upper Room"

Wednesday Mornings, 9:30-11:15 a.m., May 15 - July 31

South Adult Center, Rooms 1 & 2 | Women

Led by Patricia Hocker/Debbi Marshall

Would you like to connect to the Word and a great group of women this summer? Then come on Wednesday mornings to study and share the Scripture devotions from the Upper Room Publication. This small treasured book can be purchased in Earthglow. Each week under the leadership of Debbi Marshall and Patricia Hocker the group will share scripture as it intersects with everyday life. Prayer and a time of reflection are also included. The class will run Wednesday mornings, 9:30-11:30, May 15-July 31. Each week is a stand-alone study, so in the midst of vacations and summer commitments, one can drop in and still receive a sacred moment of connection with Christ.

Living a Life of True Worship (no homework study)

Wednesday's, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., May 1 - June 12, 2019

North Adult Area, Room 12 | All

Led by Nancy Harris

Cost for book:  $10

There are as many viewpoints, styles, and preferences about worship as there are people who worship.  And the Bible says worship is something everyone does.  So how do you know which approach is best? And how do you make sure the goal of your worship is appropriate?  This helpful study examines what the Bible says about true worship.  You'll discover that we are created for the purpose of worship.  And you'll explore solid, biblical principles for making worship a lifestyle of grateful response to your Creator and Redeemer.  DEADLINE for Registration:  April 17, 2019.  Register today by emailing Nancy Harris or by phoning or texting Nancy at 405-420-5463.

Companions in Christ

Wednesday Afternoons, 12:00 noon - 2:00 p.m.

Beginning September 19, 2018 (ongoing for 28 sessions)

North Adult Center, Room 1 | All

Led by Sherri Price

Beginning Tuesday, September 19, men and women are invited into a 28-week Spiritual Formation experience that will change the way you relate to God, to others, and to yourselves, opening the door to a lasting impact on your heart and God’s Kingdom. In a spiritual formation experience, our goal is spiritual growth. It is more about transformation than information. Together we will explore different types of prayer; looking at ways to connect our spiritual life to our everyday routine, allowing a deeper awareness of God in our daily being and doings. We will look at scripture and how it connects and illuminates our lives and our experiences. The spiritual disciplines of prayer, scripture, study, worship, ministry, and conversation are explored as ways to meet Christ, renew our faith, and deepen our love of God. Perhaps we will even begin to see ourselves and others differently in God’s light. 

"Steadfast Love" by Lauren Chandler

Wednesday Evenings, 6:30-8:00 p.m. | March 27 - May 15

North Adult Center, Room 1 | Women

Led by Sherri Boyd and Darla Bierig

Does God feel far away right now, and you have nothing left to offer him? In Steadfast Love, Lauren Chandler shares with her readers a difficult time in her own life. When her husband Matt was diagnosed with Stage 3 brain cancer, she leaned on the Scripture passage Psalm 107 to help her along her journey. She shares her discovery of God's steadfast love during this storm of life when she called out to Him for help. He answered with an all-embracing love that is yours as well. Let the storms in your life cause you to call out to him as well. His love is all-embracing!

Wednesday Evening Bible Study

Wednesday Evenings, 6:30-8:00 p.m. | North Adult Center, Room 12 | Women

Led by Miki Farris

This Bible Study has finished for the Spring semester.  Watch here for the new Fall study that will be coming in August. 


"Sacred Parenting -

How Raising Children Shapes Our Souls" 

by Gary Thomas

Fridays, 9:30-11:30 a.m. | ONGOING (Study runs March 29-May 10) | 13.2 Coffee Shop | Women

Friday Moms Group – Led by Holly Browning and Paula Thomas

Parenting is a school for spiritual formation, says author Gary Thomas, and our children are our teachers. The journey of caring for, rearing, training, and loving our children profoundly alters us forever…even when the journey is sometimes a rough one. Childcare available.