Bible Study

Every scripture is inspired by God and useful for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the person dedicated to God may be capable and equipped for every good work. - Timothy 3:16-17

Sunday Bible Study

We believe the small group environment (Sunday Bible Study) is so important in the accomplishment of our mission to lead people to Christ and in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.  Our vision is for all worship attendees to be actively involved in a Sunday Bible Study class.

Success at FVBC is defined by how effectively our Sunday Bible Study classes are organized and functioning. Sunday Bible Study classes are optimally made up of 3-10 couples, or 6-20 individuals of the same gender, with the function of personally encouraging and challenging people in their relationship with God and each other.

We believe the small group is the best place where sustained life change can occur. It’s in the small group where people study God’s Word together and are in an environment to tackle the tough questions and challenges of life. It’s also where they pray and care for one another and are missed if they do not show up.

Practically speaking, there will never be a way for the staff or pastor to personally minister to everyone who attends our church. That’s why we place such high premium on Sunday Bible Study. It’s how we effectively minister at FVBC.




Wednesday Bible Study

Rev. Paul Jones host a midweek Bible Study in the Chapel at 6:30 pm. All are welcome to attend.


Other Bible Studies

Join Patricia Dillion as she leads a Bible Study on 1st Corinthians. The group will meet on Monday nights at 7:00 PM in Room 130. This Bible Study will also be LiveStreamed  and can be viewed by clicking the image below.


This study begins on October 2 and will continue until early December. A study of 2 Corinthians is anticipated to continue this study, beginning in March of 2018 and concluding in early May.

Paul writes several letters--perhaps as many as four--in lst and 2nd Corinthians in response to trouble in among the early Christians in Corinth. He writes in an effort to resolve a variety of problems-- divisions in the church, lax secular morals, marriage questions, pagan practices, petty strife, legal disputes, the Lord's Supper, spiritual questions.

How different are these concerns from many today???Come with a BIBLE, pen, notebook, and a seeking heart to join in our study.


Keep an eye on our Calendar and News & Announcements for other upcoming Bible Studies.