The work of becoming a Christian is never done. Once a person places their faith in Jesus Christ, they begin a lifelong process of becoming more like Him. The work of the church in this process is all about discipleship. Buck Run disciples men and women through regular Bible study and intentional relationships. Find a place below to connect with Buck Run in a deeper way.
Buck Run’s Sunday School is a core expectation for our members. Equipping Christians for the work of ministry is a key responsibility of the local church. Our Sunday School is designed to educate and equip through a diverse curriculum covering a wide range of topics, skills, and Bible study. Most classes meet for a duration of six weeks and utilize some of Buck Run’s strongest teachers. Classes are held every Sunday morning at 9:15am.
Read class descriptions and register for classes here.
One of Buck Run’s core expectations, Community Groups are an informal place to facilitate ministry and fellowship. Community is vital to godliness, joy, and spiritual growth. Community Groups meet at various times and locations throughout the week. For more information, follow the link above or contact us.
The men of Buck Run meet monthly at Cracker Barrel to study the Bible and eat some biscuits. This fellowship connects men to each other for discipleship and provides an opportunity to grow together in Christ. All men are welcome to join us for Bibles and Biscuits. First Tuesday of every month at 6:00a.m.
Single Mother’s Ministry
This ministry provides a place of resource and accountability for single mom’s. It’s hard being a single mother, but this Bible study can be a place of rest and shelter with access to resources and women who want to help you grow not only in Christ but also in life. Sunday at 6:00p.m.