Women’s Bible Study Groups meet in several different locations and times. Currently we are doing The Storm Inside by Sheila Walsh. Contact the church office for specific locations and times. Learn more at this link: WOW Page
Our Men’s Night Out is for all men and meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm at the church.
We have some different Bible Study groups that meet just for men. Any man is invited to join the Friday morning study at the Braums on Lavon Drive in Garland. Charles Savelle leads this study. It begins at 6:00 am.
Sunday School Classes for Kids (Kindergarten – 5th Grade)
All school age children (K-5th) meet in the SPLASH room where grade-level classes meet for fun, games, crafts, and a Bible study lesson. Classes are led by our screened and approved children’s teaching staff.
The WAVE (6th – 8th Grades)
Middle & Jr. High students meet in the WAVE room in the 507 building. They are currently studying a “walk thru” survey of the entire Bible this year with the students. Teachers are Jerry & Trona Jurden; Chad & Melissa McKay and Alan Greenwood.
The RUSH (High School 9th – 12th Grades)
High School students meet in separate guy / girl groups for in depth Bible study and discussion. Led by Michael & Kati Lusk. They share their lives together in the 100 Building Rush Room at 10:55 am.
We believe the best growth and shepherding happens within the context of a smaller group of people than our Sunday morning worship services. We encourage all Waterbrook attenders to get involved in a small group we call Home Teams. These groups meet at a variety of locations, days and times. Contact the church office to sign up for a Home Team.
We believe aging adults are an important and guiding hand for future generations. We also don’t believe retirement means you retire from being effective for God. Our DEEP WATERS group, led by Dave & Martha Dryden, is specifically for senior adults who want to remain active in the church. This group meets once a month for a lunch and fellowship at the church. They also participate in a phone-tree in which they check in with one another for needs, prayer, and friendship.
Young Adults & College Students
It’s too easy to let God become a diminishing priority during the busy years of young adulthood. Through the college years and even early marriage there are crazy schedules and pressure to accomplish much with your life. We believe connecting with other young adults is also important. It’s good to share life with someone else who is experiencing some of the same stresses, pressures, joys, and temptations that you are. The CURRENT class is a special place just for young adults on Sunday morning at 9:30 am. This group is led by Jacob & Kassie Day and meets in the Rush Room in the 100 Building.
Serving at Waterbrook
If you aren’t using the gifts and talents God has given you, then you’re keeping yourself from the joy of feeling fulfilled as the person God made you to be. It also keeps the church from being all it could be if you were involved in sharing your gifts with others. At Waterbrook we believe in Strategic Service. We want to help you discover how God has gifted you and ways you can use those gifts to serve others. We don’t want people pushed into needed volunteer positions where they have to stay for the rest of their lives. Instead, we want to help you try different roles until you find the one that fits. See our Strategic Service team on Sunday mornings in the lobby.