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.


Experiencing God: 

Knowing and Doing the Will of God

by Henry Blackaby

An “Old-School” study with a “High-Tech,” social-distancing spin, facilitated by Executive Minister Rev. Randy Shrauner. 

Randy Shrauner and Senior Minister Dr. Matthew Mitchell have long wanted to find an opportunity to introduce this study to the congregation, as it is a series of lessons that have profoundly shaped their walk with God. Randy says, "When we began to talk about this as a possibility, I went back and located my personal workbook from the mid-1990’s!" 



"Israel's Mission" by Ray Vander Laan

Tuesday Evenings, 6:30-8:00 p.m., May 26 - June 23

North Adult Center, Room 12 | ALL

Led by John Farr

WHAT'S YOUR MISSION?  God gave the assignment to His people thousands of years ago: to bring "lost sheep" back into the love and safety of His kingdom. He said to become a "Kingdom of Priests," and put God on display to show the world what He is like. It's still our task today.  In this thirteenth volume of the That the World May Know ® film series, you'll glimpse the urgency and rewards of welcoming the strangers and prodigals the Lord longs to embrace. Discover the mission that can give your life - and the lives of those around you - greater meaning than you ever imagined.  Join renowned teacher and historian Ray Vander Laan as he guides you through the lands of the Bible.



God's Blueprint for Bible Prophecy

Wednesday's, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

January 15 - June 3, 2020

North Adult Center, Room 12 | All

Led by Nancy Harris

Cost for book:  $10

Not meeting during COVID-19 closure.

The New Inductive Study Series on the Book of Daniel

Does the turmoil in our times, the uprisings and spiritual decay of many have anything to do with the Book of Daniel? Daniel was a man who knew what God said about the end times. He focused on what God said, not the events of his own time.

How do you live as a Daniel in the crucial days in which you find yourself?  How can you dare to be different? Though you don't know what tomorrow holds, you do know who holds tomorrow. The Book of Daniel will strengthen your faith in our steadfast God.

Cost of materials: $10 (pay first day of class). For more information, email Nancy Harris or by phoning or texting Nancy at 405-420-5463.


Friday Morning Moms Group

Fridays, 9:30-11:30 a.m. | Ongoing | Women

Library-North Administration Offices

Led by Holly Browning and Paula Thomas

Child Care Available

Not meeting during COVID-19 closure.

New study beginning in March: If you're a mother you've not only got an incredibly important job, you've also got your hands full!  We know being a mom can be a joy and challenge at the same time.  Our Friday Morning Moms group is a special place where you can come, just as you are, to be inspired and refreshed.  You'll meet new friends and discover smart ways to tackle the demands of motherhood and your faith.  We would love to get to know you!  This group strives to be a safe place for married and single moms of infants to elementary aged children to share the joys and frustrations of motherhood and to explore the purpose and promise God gives to us as women.

We meet Friday mornings during the year for informal Bible study.  We will next study "FIERCE" by Jennifer Cowart.  

If you have questions, please contact Holly Browning or Paula Thomas.

Childcare is always provided at no cost.