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Group Day Time Ages Locations Location Topic Childcare? Status
40+ Adults Sunday 9:00-10:00am 40+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3104 General Study Yes Open
Young Families Sunday 9:15-10:15am 20-49 Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3101/02 General Study Yes Open
Young Professionals Sunday 10:00-10:50am 20-49 Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 2101 General Study No Open
55+ Adults Sunday 10:30-11:30am 55+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3104 General Study No Open
55+ Adults Sunday 10:30-11:30am 55+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3105/06 General Study No Open
50+ Adults Sunday 10:45-11:45am 50+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3101/02 General Study Yes Open
Charleston Ladies' Group Sunday 5:00-6:00pm 18+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3104 General Study No Open
60+ Adults Sunday 6:00-7:00pm 60+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3105/06 General Study No Open
Life After Divorce Monday 6:30-7:30pm 18+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 2101 Divorce No Open
Young Women's Group Monday 6:30-7:30pm 18+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 2104 General Study No Open
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Matt Friend - December 3, 2017

Mary’s Song of Praise

Scripture References: Luke 1:46-55

From Series: "Songs of Christmas"

Christmas is a time for music! Whether you prefer Pentatonix, Michael Buble, George Frideric Handel, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, or Gwen Stefani… Christmas songs will fill your offices, your favorite stores, your supermarkets, and your radio stations. For a few short weeks, Christmas carols seem to unify the world. Join us this December as we look at the first four Christmas carols in history. Mary, Simeon, Zechariah, and the Angels have left us four of the most beautiful Christmas songs ever written. Fill your travel mug with your favorite apple cider or eggnog, and bring a friend!

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Matt Friend - May 24, 2020

Joining God in His Mission

Scripture References: Exodus 4:1-31, Exodus 3:1-22

From Series: "Divergent: What in the World Do We Do Now?"

If there’s ever been a time of transition, uncertainty, confusion, and angst... it’s now. Though the quarantine has slowed down life for most people, many of us feel like we’re wandering through the wilderness. What do we do when the journey seems aimless? How do we endure and emerge from this global pandemic and financial crisis? What in the world do we do now? Thankfully, the ancient book of Exodus holds answers for today. Exodus is an adventure story par excellence. It features a cruel villain, an unlikely hero, overwhelming disasters, a spectacular deliverance, a long journey, a mountaintop experience, and a grand finale. The true, inspired story features unexpected setbacks and unpredictable delays, magic tricks and miracles, feasts and festivals, music and dancing, and many close encounters with God.

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100 Bible Center Drive
Charleston, WV 25309
(304) 346-0431

〉Bible Center School

A ministry of Bible Center Church, Bible Center School is a fully accredited preschool, lower, and middle school program providing an exceptional educational experience in preparation for the secondary school level and college.

〉Financial Accountability

Bible Center is accredited by ECFA (the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability) – the nation’s largest church and religious nonprofit accreditation agency.
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