“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete,equipped for every good work.”  2 Timothy 3:16-17


Our Mid-week Fellowship Bible Studies are really important to our church life together at Two Rivers Community Church. Many of us find that meeting up with a fellowship of people during the week to help one another understand God’s word better and to pray together really helps us to grow in our relationship with God and with one another.


Our Mid-Week Fellowships are held every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday at various times, and are separated into three areas for the convenience of our parishioners. Currently, all of our fellowships are meeting on Zoom due to Covid- 19.


Church Fellowship:
  • The Gospel of John is a source of much truth about our Lord and the Gospel. But it is much more than this. It is an opportunity for us to “follow Him” as we read, and to identify with the disciples as their knowledge of Him continued to expand. It is our opportunity to get to know the heart of the Savior, and to fellowship with Him through His Word. If men of old found their hearts set on fire as they listened to Him teach in person, so we will find our hearts warmed as we seek to listen to Him through this Gospel.
  • We meet at the church for this fellowship on Wednesdays at 7pm.  


East Fellowship:
  • Exodus, part two in the story of humanity’s redemption, tells how God brought Israel up out of slavery to men, and allowed them to become His servants. And through miraculous deliverance and covenant law, the Redeemer is revealed. The book of Exodus contains many valuable insights for us today, including God’s methods for dealing with rebellion, His shaping of Moses into a servant leader, governing principles for the just treatment of others, and guidelines for pure and wholehearted worship. 
    • We are currently meeting at the Scarberry’s Home for this fellowship on Tuesdays at 6:30 pm.


West Fellowship:
  • 1-2 Peter and Jude are letters written to churches experiencing various kinds of trials – false teachers, distorted views of the gospel, and harsh persecution. Together, these letters form a manifesto of hope for living faithfully no matter how dark the times. This study helps believers deepen their faith and guard against false teachings. Peter and Jude exhort us to live courageously for Christ in a world that seeks to destroy the gospel’s truth.
  • We are currently meeting at the English’s Home for this fellowship on Mondays at 6:45 pm.