Presbyterian Women

Presbyterian Women meet each month (September through May) for inspiration and fellowship through Bible study  and involvement in various types of service.

They meet on the second Tuesday of each month, 9:45 - 10:45 a.m., in the church parlor. Study leader is Nancy Faye Williams.


Betty Willoughby (615-794-1131)

Sisters in Spirit

The Sisters In Spirit small group will begin a new study on January 15, 2021.  We warmly welcome any women of the church to join us by zoom on Friday mornings 10:00 - 11:15 AM for fellowship, prayer and discussion.  Our new study will be focused on a recently published book by Barbara Brown Taylor titled Always a Guest: Speaking of Faith Far From Home.  This is a collection of sermons given by the author as a guest preacher at churches all over the country.  Since Barbara Brown Taylor is widely acclaimed as an outstanding preacher, we are excited to begin this study!

Sisters in Spirit is a small group of 10 - 15 women who meet every Friday morning on Zoom from 10-11:15 AM for fellowship, support, study and prayer. No worries if you can’t attend every week. If interested, contact Martha Johnson, Cindy Blackburn or Dianne Wood. We would love to have you join us! 


Book Study

led by Pastor Chris


Room 211, Barr Conference Room

“Today's families face challenges not too different from the first families of the Bible. The drama experienced in Genesis happens within stories about families, and the issues they raise-married vs. single life, sibling rivalry, infertility, family relocation, blended families, and the like-and are startlingly relevant to families of today. This book examines the families of Genesis, starting with Adam and Eve. It also looks at the sibling rivalry of the Cain and Abel story and points to the jealousy and violence to which the whole human family seems addicted. Carolyn Helsel and Suzie Park invite readers to consider these connections as they reexamine modern family life as well.” Register HERE.

Men's Bible Study

The Men's Bible Study is back in the Parlor Saturdays at 7:30 AM.


They are currently studying the Letters of Paul in the order in which they were written. 



Hugh Dupree (

Duke Ellis (

Growth Groups

Growth Groups are small groups that meet in members' homes or at church. New groups form each fall and spring and meet for a couple months. Click here to see information about the most recent book and groups.

Growth Groups provide a time of connection with others and with God as we will spend time getting to know each other, discussing the book, and praying for one another each week. We hope you will prayerfully consider joining a group.


Anne Keener (

Women's book study

Join us for a Women's Book Club.  Women of all ages can discuss recent books.  



Kim Joiner (