“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 church family. 


Church Fellowship:
What constitutes a meaningful life? We seek fulfillment in success, prosperity, recognition, relationships and even self-sufficiency, but we always seem to come up short. If you feel you are coming up empty in your life and need a bigger vision and greater purpose, then join the central fellowship group as we begin this new Bible study that shows us that all of our hope for meaning lies in getting to know and trust our Creator.

Listening carefully to the wisdom of Ecclesiastes will topple your false hopes in temporary comforts and achievements and steer you toward the unshakable hope you have in Jesus. Life is difficult and faith is a constant challenge but dismantling your time-bound idols will help you look ahead to a hope-filled eternity and will equip you to live generously, wisely, and happily.

  • 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:
  • The book of Exodus recounts the single most important event in Israel’s history: their escape from slavery in the land of Egypt. In this study, we will follow Israel’s journey through the Red Sea, across the wilderness, and eventually to Mount Sinai – rediscovering the glory of the God who rescues and redeems sinners, even in the midst of their unfaithfulness.
  • We are currently meeting at the English’s Home for this fellowship on Mondays at 7:00 pm.