Sunday Morning Groups
Each Sunday during the Fall and Spring semesters, we have small groups that meet in the Fellowship Hall (1st floor) immediately after service. Whether you worship in the Sanctuary or FLC, come to the Fellowship Hall for a FREE lunch and small group Bible study. Sunday Morning Groups are important part of our spiritual growth as we study the Word together and build friendships that will encourage you in the faith beyond college. Small groups meet from 11:30 am-12:45 pm. During the Winter and Summer semesters, we meet at 9:00 am on the 4th floor.
On Sunday and Wednesday nights there are additional Bible studies that meet with men and women across the church. More information about these studies can be found here.
On Tuesday nights, join us on campus as we worship with TN Tech BCM at 8 pm. BCM is a ministry of the Cookeville Baptist churches where we come together to reach the Tennesse Tech campus with the Gospel. The BCM is located on the south side of campus on W 7th St. across from the Cooper and Dunn dorms. We love the partnership we have with the BCM and encourage you to be involved in this great on-campus ministry.
Weekly Bible Studies
In addition to small groups on Sunday mornings, we want to connect you to other Bible studies throughout the week. These Bible studies groups will connect you with people from across the church. This is great opportunity to have older men and women invest in your life. These studies change every three months. You can find the most up to date list on our Groups page.
Cookeville First Baptist loves college students. One of the ways we show our love for college students is by connecting them with families in the church. Through September 26th, we are signing up students and families to participate in our Adopt-a-Student program. Each student that signs up will be paired with another student of the same gender and adopted by a Cookeville First Baptist family. This family will be a source of encouragement throughout your time in college from taking you out to ice cream or having you over to their house to sending gifts or encouraging texts.