Get connected. This is our desire for every member of our church. We want them to get connected. We want Lexington Baptist to not just be a place to worship, but a home.
Small group studies are one way for you to feel at home in Lexington. Not only will these small groups help you feel at home, they will also encourage you to fulfill Scripture. There are over 50 one another passages in the New Testament alone. We are to love one another (Rom 12:10), instruct one another (Rom 15:4), serve on another (Gal 5:13), encourage one another (Heb. 10:25), pray for one another (Jam 5:16), and more.
Small groups are not the only way to fulfill these commands, but they certainly will help you, love, serve, encourage, and pray for your brothers and sisters here in Lexington.
So come get connected. Below are a few options that we currently have available though more studies are on the horizon. If you would like to get connected to a small group and are unsure on how to do so, please contact the church office, a pastor, or a deacon at Lexington Baptist.
Tuesday Morning (7-8am)
Currently studying the book of Mark
Wednesday Evening (6pm)
Currently studying the life of David
Friday Morning (6-7am)
On Zoom. Currently studying the book of Romans
Thursday Morning (9:30-11:30am)
The Thursday morning group is covering the books of 1, 2, and 3rd John, James, and Philemon through a Bible study called “God’s Alive in you!”
3rd Tuesday (7:00)
Faith Keepers. Currently studying “Experiencing the Heart of Jesus: Knowing His Heart, Feeling His Love” by Max Lucado.