Foundations is our Wednesday night Bible studies for adults. These classes are an opportunity to study topical and relevant issues or to go deeper in your study of Scripture and Theology. 

Fall 2018 - The last night of Wednesday night classes is December 5.

Spring 2019 -  Join us for Winter Blast on Wednesday evening January 9th.

Wednesday night classes begin January 16th. Registration coming soon.

All classes meet at Central Campus (20555 Kingsland Blvd, Katy) unless otherwise noted.


Fall 2018 Classes


6:00 - 7:00 pm • A-Conference Room

Scripture fed, Spirit-led, Worship based

Abide is our worship-based prayer gathering. Realizing we can do nothing apart from Jesus, Abide is designed to seek the heart of God and to rest and remain in Christ. We gather to focus on Scripture, spend time in prayer, and lift up our praise. Our hope is that our lives and our prayers will be transformed to reflect His glory. More info about Abide.

Gospel Clarity Workshop
January 23 - February 13 • 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Room: C234/6/8

What is the Gospel? Building off of our CG curriculum in Mark, we are offering a 4 week workshop of understanding the Gospel on a deeper level. We will be learning together practical ways to live it and speak it in the everyday stuff of life.

Teacher: Bobby Cooley

Register for Gospel Clarity Workshop!

Teachers: Ryan Cook, Susan Sowell, and Doug Valot • Room C234
September 5 - December 5 • 6:15 - 7:45 pm • Room: C234

Breakthroughs is a 12-week class that leads to freedom from strongholds (Walls) so that we can live the life we were created to live. We discover our true identity in Christ and biblical truth that sets us free from the lies of the enemy. Breakthroughs is a discipleship class for anyone seeking a deeper relationship with Jesus, greater freedom and true fulfillment in Jesus Christ. See Frequently Asked Questions about Breakthroughs. Breakthroughs includes a large group lesson, small groups, and workbook (cost $10).


Free: A Study in Romans
January 16 - May 8 • 7:00 - 8:00 PM • Room: Worship Center

Romans is Paul's masterpiece. Many people have argued about the theme of the book of Romans. Some say it is salvation, or love, or wrath, or justification or sovereignty. This book is about all of these things and more. The central idea that unifies the book of Romans is found in Romans 8:21, where Paul refers to "the freedom of the glory of the children of God." Freedom is what this book is about. The freedom we have because of who God is and what He has done through Jesus. Freedom from sin. Freedom to become the fullest expression of who God created us to be. Teacher: Dr. Steve Jones

Register for Free: A Study in Romans!

Women's Bible Studies

Church of the Small Things
January 16 - February 27 • 6:30 - 8:00 pm Room: L44

Making a Difference Right Where You Are by Melanie Shankle. Cost is $10

Please register online. Leader: Tava Dalton

Growing Up
January 16 - February 27 • 6:30 - 8:00 pm Room: C256 (Class max size 15)

How to Be a Disciple Who Makes Disciples by Robby Gallaty. Cost is $13

Please register online. Leaders: Marnie Bellow, Jill Burnside, and Jessie Pruett

Register for Women's Wednesday Night Classes!

Never Too Late: Encouraging Faith in Your Adult Child
January 16 - February 20 • A-Conference Room • 4:00 – 5:00 pm

Six week study based on the video series "Never Too Late" by Rob Rienow. Teacher: Dennis Wilbanks

Register for Never Too Late!

Tapestry Support Group
January 16 - May 8 • 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Room: C240

At times, adopting and foster families may feel overwhelmed or isolated during the process and afterwards. One of the most effective ways for families to receive the support they need is by joining an support group. This group will offer families a way to connect with others, receive encouragement, and enjoy other benefits that make the adoption experience easier. Creating friendships and networking with other families who have experienced the journey will help develop long-term support and encouragement while navigating this journey.  

Facilitaded by Robin Espey

Register for Tapestry Support Group!


啟發•  Alpha •  In Chinese
1月16日 /January 16th • 房間  / Room: C258 • 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

您想探索信仰,人生和意義嗎? 如果這是你那你來對了! 啟發12週探索就是為此而設的。每周觀看一段啟發影片、在輕鬆的環境下、大家敞開心扉談論人生, 信仰, 分享觀點.


Have you ever wondered about the meaning of life or have questions about faith and belief? If that's you, you have come to the right place. Come try Alpha, a 12-week course designed just for you. Every week, we’ll watch a short Alpha video and have a time of sharing in an honest, friendly and open environment. Leaders: Luke & Sarah.  For more info, please contact


Career Transition Workshop

January 16 - May 8 • Room: A202 • 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 

Career Transition Workshop is a proven, scriptural-based program that has resulted in more than 28,000 successful job searches. Each participant will receive a workbook for the class (suggested donation $25). For more info, contact Dean Rush at

Register for Career Transitions!

El Unico Dios Verdadero  •  Español
Enero 16 – Mayo 6 7:00 - 8:00 PM Salón C254/256

¿Conoce usted al único Dios verdadero? En este estudio bíblico aprenderemos sobre la doctrina y el carácter de Dios. Libro: $6. Lideres:  Ubaldo y Elvia Valdés. Para mayor información, contáctanos al


A Study of Ephesians
January 16 - May 8 • Room C231 • 6:00 – 7:00 pm

JoiEphesians to betaught one semester emphasizing the sanctification of the believer in Christ Jesus, rich in Christ but living as beggars because of their ignorance. We will study the three points of sanctification, explaining why the unlearned lives in confusion and the practices of the mature Christian. Teacher: Gil Gray.

Register for A Study of Ephesians!

September 5 - December 5 • 6:15 - 7:45 pm • Room: C230

Leaders: Willis Puffer, Devin Lamb, Evelyn Blakely

GriefShare is a 13-week group for those who have lost a loved one. Participants will watch a DVD lesson each week related to grief and loss and then have time to share in their small group. The group will help individuals walk through the pain of grief and experience God’s hope and healing. Cost $12 for the workbook. More info about GriefShare.


September 5 - December 5 • 6:15 - 7:45 pm • Room: C232

DivorceCare is 12-week class providing practical counsel and support for those in the process or have gone through divorce. The DVD lessons and workbook will help participants heal from the pain of separation and divorce and rebuild their lives.  Cost $12. Teacher: Rebecca Skinner


Special Needs Parents & Caregivers Support Group
September 5 - December 5 •  6:00 - 7:00 pm • Room C237

This group will encourage and support participants as well as provide helpful information through topical discussions each week. For questions or more info, contact Nancy Butschek at or 281-675-7849.


Taking Aim Wednesday Nights - Special Needs Adults

September 5 - December 5 •  6:00 - 8:00 pm • Room C235

No cost. Teacher: Ed Nelson

All Wednesday night classes meet at Central Campus (20555 Kingsland Blvd, Katy) unless otherwise noted. 

If you have any questions about our Wednesday night classes, groups, or ministries, please contact Family Freedom Ministry Assistant Jessica Molinari at or call 281.675.7862.

Children's and Student Wednesday Night Classes

KSM • 6th-12th Grade
Click here for more information - no registration required

WAM (Worship Arts Ministry) Kindergarten thru 5th Grade
6-7 PM
More information and registration

Boys of Iron/God's Girls • 1st thru 5th grade 7-8 PM
More information and registration

Little Lights • 4s - Kindergarten 7-8 PM
More information and registration

Childcare: Birth through 4yrs • 6-7 PM
Register with your adult study registration

Childcare: 3 yrs & under • 7-8 PM
Register with your adult study registration