We offer a variety of classes on Sundays and throughout the week to help people connect to our church relationally and become fully devoted followers of Christ. 
We want to help each person find their place to Connect, Grow, Serve, Pray and Give. 

Bible Fellowship (For All)

Led by Mark Wotring
Sundays, 9:15am   |   Rm 734, Millbrook Campus /  Virtually
People of all ages, married or single are invited for fellowship and to grow in God's Word. This class has an interactive learning style and a warm connection that will make you feel right at home. We are currently studying the Book of Ruth. Join us  in-person or virtually! Click the button below to get in contact with class leadership or for the virtual link.

Millbrook Campus Classes

Healthy Living

Sundays, 9:15 am  |  Rm 751, Millbrook Campus
Led by Barry Bragg
In this class, you will learn how healthy living will help you physically, mentally, and spiritually. You will learn how eating right, exercise, and healthy habits will increase your energy, productivity and create balance.

Expanding Your Reach - Galatians/Ephesians Book Study

Sundays, 9:15 am  |  Rm 753, Millbrook Campus
Led by Lee Thomas
This class is based off the theme for the year, REACH.  Through studying Ephesians and Galatians, you will learn how to know what the gospel is, and how to REACH your those God has placed in your circle of influence (family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors).  This class is designed to help equip you to expand your REACH with simple tools to help guide conversations about God.  

Young Adult Couples (Ages 25-34)

Sundays, 9:15 am  |  The Gathering Place, Millbrook Campus
Led by Seth & Katie Merriss
This is class is for young adult married couples who want to grow and study the Bible with other young adult couples. Enjoy fellowship, community, and the challenge of God's word.

Bible Fellowship (For Boomers 55+)

Sundays, 10:30 am  |  The Chapel, Millbrook Campus
Led by Greg Hicks
Looking for great teaching and plenty of opportunities for application of God’s Word? Each week we study the Bible and have great fellowship in a large class setting. Join us as we grow together!

Bible Fellowship (Young Adults 25-34)

Sundays, 11 am  |  The Gathering Place, Millbrook Campus
Come and join other young adults as we learn from God's Word, connect with one another, and grow closer to God together. You will be able to walk confidently through the Bible and experience amazing life-changing teaching!


Sundays, 11 am  |  Rm 734, Millbrook Campus
Led by Revonda Russos
In this class you will learn Christian Apologetics and how to defend your faith.  In an ever changing culture it is important to understand what you believe and know how to defend what you believe.

Millbrook Campus Classes (cont.)

Chosen By Grace

Sundays, 11 am  |  Rm 340, Millbrook Campus
Led by Josh Northington
This class exists to educate and inform the church body about the need for orphan care and also to support families through prayer, personal contact, encouragement and mentoring between families who have already adopted/fostered and those who are interested.

Deaf Community Fellowship (DCF)

Sundays, 11am  |  Rm 737, Millbrook Campus
Join us as we gather together to study God's Word and fellowship as a community of believers. Our mission is to bring God's Word to the Deaf in the Triangle in our heart language, ASL. \We hope you will join us! For more information, visit deafcommunityfellowship.org or email us at info@deafcommunityfellowship.org.

AE (Ages 6-12)

Sundays, 11am  | Rm 360, Millbrook Campus
A Sunday School class for children with special needs, ages 6-12. We embrace each child's special needs and provide a safe environment where they can learn about Jesus in a more sensory-integrated environment. Children worship through music, prayer, crafts, and play. We also provide shadows for children who are able to participate in their main-stream classes as needed.

AE Teens and AE Adults

Sundays, 11am  |  Rm 501, Millbrook Campus
A Sunday School class for teens and preteens with special needs, ages 13+. This class is a more structured environment. We offer worship, prayer time and a Bible lesson with discussion. AE Teens and Adults' can worship, do crafts, pray, and develop a relationship with Jesus. It is a great time of learning and fellowship in a relaxed and safe atmosphere. We also provide shadows for teens who are able to attend youth main-stream programs as needed. For more information about this class, contact Leigh Sawtelle at 919.981.0222 x161.

Tuesday Night Bible Study

Tuesdays, 6:30-8pm  |  Great Room, Millbrook Campus,
Led by Various Teachers
Dive into Scripture, and learn more about God, ourselves and how we connect with others. All are welcome to join us this year as we study the Book of Acts. Register HERE and access the Zoom link HERE.

Wake Forest Campus Classes

Parenting Pathway

Sundays, 9:15am  |  Rm 301, Wake Forest Campus
Led by Mark Thompson
This is a great class on parenting to help give you practical parenting skills and will help you navigate the challenges of parenting kids, pre-teens, and teens. Learn how to have meaningful conversations with your kids, and set rhythms in your family time for these conversations to take place.

“Not a Fan” by Kyle Idleman- Video Series

Sundays, 11am | Rm 301, Wake Forest Campus
Led by Paul Parker
This class will explore how Jesus called us to follow, not just be a fan. Twenty times in the New Testament, Jesus issued a compelling and challenging invitation to “Follow Me”. Jesus is not interested in mere fans, and he doesn’t want enthusiastic admirers. He wants us to be completely committed followers.

Zoom Classes

Oneness Embraced

Sundays, 11am - Led by Tony Jones
Zoom Link HERE
Meeting ID: 614 222 9628
Passcode: 585787

We serve our fellowship and community through the following: 1. Education of biblical, historical and cultural insights about race, ethnicity and reconciliation. Our class, resources and Facebook page are all venues where you can learn. 2. Dialogue between members; safe but transparent dialogue that wrestles Biblical principles with practical and historical implication and applies them to our personal, family, church and national histories. 3. Healing/Transformation for individuals, families and churches along with extending into our community when possible.

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