FCBC has small groups, book studies, and Bible studies that meet in homes throughout Boise, Meridian and Eagle. These groups are meant to help us grow in our knowledge of God, and deepen relationships within the body by discussing the application of God’s Word, discussing the issues and challenges of life, and praying together. 

Bible studies

Wednesday Morning Men’s Bible Study (6:30 a.m.) – S.E. Boise Led by Roger Logan and Jed Matson. Meets 6:30 a.m. at Cafe Capri (near Micron), 2242 E Gowen Rd. Topic: "The Masculine Mandate" by Richard D. Phillips. No childcare available.

Wednesday Evening Bible Study (6:30 p.m.) – W. Boise Led by Kevin Hughes. Hosted by Kevin & Gayle Hughes. Topic: The Book of Romans. No childcare available. 

See Women's Ministries for Women's Bible Studies.

Adult Sunday School

Sunday Morning Bible Study (9:00 – 10:15 a.m.) – S. Boise This class is held Sunday mornings, beginning at 9 a.m., in the Activity Room. Contact Michael Mills (619-672-6513) for more information. In Him: Understanding our Fullness in Christ will take a look at these key themes: 

  • Our POSITION in Him (who and what we are) 

  • Our PROVISION in Him (what we have)

  • Our PURPOSE in Him (where we are going)

  • Our PROTOCOL in Him (how we should then live)

Sunday Morning Interactive Study (10:45 – 12:00) – S. Boise Led by Brian Baughman. This study will be meeting at the church during the 2nd Service, 1803 S. Maple Grove Road, Boise 83709. Crosspoint presents "Evangelism: The Fields are White for Harvest". 

Book Club

Our book club 'The Weaklings' usually meets the second Monday of the month at the church. Come anytime from 11:30-1:00 and bring a lunch if you would like. Discussion begins at noon. 

Feel free to join at any time, any month!

JanuaryTo Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee
February - The Prince, by Niccolò Machiavelli
MarchSurprised by Hope, by N.T. Wright 
AprilThe Death of Ivan Ilyich, by Leo Tolstoy AND A Lost Lady, by Willa Cather 
MayThe Imitations of Christ, by Thomas à Kempis 
JuneChristianity and Liberalism, by J. Gresham Machen 
JulyThe Weight of Glory, by C.S.Lewis
AugustNapoleon of Knotting Hill, by GK Chesterton 
SeptemberFrankenstein, by Mary Shelley
OctoberHere I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther, by Roland Bainton
November - From Dawn to Decadence, by Jaques Barzun - Note:  To be read in four parts one part every year for four years.
December - Enjoy the Holidays!
Check out our EVENTS page for information about our next meeting

More info

For more information about these studies, or to sign up to attend a study please fill out an INTEREST FORM, and someone will contact you.