Adult Bible Fellowship

Adult Bible Fellowship (ABF) classes provide an environment where people can connect in fellowship and engage in a more intimate study of the bible. Study topics change throughout the year and offer a wide range of themes. 

ABF classes meet Sunday mornings at 9am. Locations specified below.

  • Bible Overview

    12-Week Elective Starts February 6th


    Teachers: Pastor Ryan, Pastor Daryl, Pastor Brant

    From Genesis to Revelation, the entire Bible points to Jesus. In this class, we will look at how all of Scripture fits together to tell one unified story. Each week we will take a section of the Bible, look at its structure/themes, and then focus on one story within that section and how it fits into the bigger story.

    During the final 4 weeks of this elective, we will participate with the rest of the church family in a 4-week series about the Gospel.

    Click here to learn more about the class or to sign up.

  • Young Adults

    Pastor Daryl's House

    205 Spring Street, Martinsburg

    TEachers: Pastor daryl, pastor Brant, Lee strappello, Matt Hepner & Laura Ritchey

    Class Overview: Geared toward college students and young adults under 23.

    This Quarter:  The group will be going through the series, Forgotten God, by Francis Chan, reminding us of the true source of the church's power—the Holy Spirit. This 7 session video series will offer a compelling invitation to understand, embrace, and follow the Holy Spirit's direction in our lives.”

  • No Greater Joy

    Fellowship Hall

    Teacher: Marcus Yeatts

    Class Overview: This class is devoted to encouraging one another as parents.  Our class name comes from 3 John 1:4 "I have no greater joy than to know that my children are walking in the truth."  We have parents with kids from newborns to college age and our primary focus is on raising kids who walk in the truth.   

    This Quarter: This quarter, we will begin with a continuation of the Francis Chan series on the Book of Mark.  In this series, Chan traces the steps of Jesus and the Twelve through Israel and explores the major themes of the Gospel of Mark.

  • Son Seekers

    Multipurpose Room

    Teacher: Pastor Brian McCaLL

    Class Overview: The make-up of the class is not age specific. While some of the participants have younger and teenage children, many are “empty nesters”. This broad range of life experiences makes the Son Seekers appealing to a wide array of ages.

    This Quarter: In the book of Acts, Luke writes a follow up to his gospel.   At the end of his earthly life, Jesus told his disciples to spread the gospel to Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and to the ends of the earth.  What started with our Lord Jesus Christ was continued by the Holy Spirit through the church.  How did this take place?  In Acts, Luke records this amazing story.  We will continue with our study in the book of Acts as we focus our attention on chapters 9-20.  Join us for “The Power and Progress of the Gospel: Part 2 - Acts 9-20.”


  • Ambassadors

    Basement- classRoom 005

    Teacher: Tom SchneideR

    Class Overview: Varying ages from middle age through retirement age regularly attend the Ambassador class each Sunday. They enjoy spending time together in class as well as outside the class at regular social events. 

    This Quarter: The class will be looking at how to defend our faith and be prepared with answers to questions posed by unbelievers.  Some of the resources we will be using are Sean Mc Dowell's series Answers to Questions About GodThe 10 Worst Objections to Christianity and The New Evidence That Demands a Verdict.

  • Berachah

    Room 101 (Behind Multipurpose Room)

    Teacher: Danny Horton

    Class Overview: The Berachah Class is generally comprised of men and women ages 55 and over.

    This Quarter: For the remainder of the winter, the Berachah Class will continue to work through the book Who I Am In Christ by Neil T. Anderson. This book focuses on what Scripture has to say about our true identity once we have trusted Jesus as our Savior. It features three sections: our acceptance in Christ, our security in Christ and our significance in Christ. This study seeks to help us reject wrong patterns of thinking about what it means to be a follower of Christ and replace those with the Truth of Scripture.