The Importance of Connection

Connection is fundamental to the United Methodist denomination.  It is the connection with others that helps us better understand our world and discern God’s plan for us in it.

Book Studies

Common Ground regularly host book studies, both in person and virtually. Recent studies have included: White Too Long, Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again, So You Want to Talk About Race, Church of the Wild, and others.


Upcoming Book Studies

Check back here for more offerings in the future.

Bible Studies

Along with periodic studies hosted by the pastors, Common Ground has two regular studies:

Secrets of the Bible

Johnny Clay hosts this study on Sunday mornings in the church basement following worship. The group has interesting and lively discussions as they decode the bible together.

Women’s Study

This group meets on Tuesday mornings at 9:30 in Common Ground’s fireside room. They are currently going through the book 24 Hours That Changed the World by Adam Hamilton.

Men’s Group

The Men’s Group meets on Tuesday mornings at 9:30 in Common Ground’s fellowship hall. They enjoy a time of coffee, donuts, and discussion.


This senior group meets once a month for a variety of activities and experiences. Check back here to see what event is coming up next.

Community Forums

Common Ground regularly hosts community forums on topics that are pertinent and timely to what is happening in our community and world. These have included topics such as race, LGTBQ issues, gun control, vaccination information, immigration, the Israeli/Palastinian conflict, and many others.

Upcoming Forums

Check back here to see what forum we will host next.