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Home Groups
Elizabethtown
Are you interested in being a part of a Home Group, growing in your faith, and meeting new people? There are groups everywhere—from Bardstown to Nolin Lake—that meet at various times throughout the week.
Elizabethtown
Women's Home Groups
Elizabethtown
Are you a woman looking to meet other women to build friendships and grow spiritually? We have a variety of Home Groups meeting throughout the community. To learn more, click the registration button below.
Elizabethtown
Home Group Host Sign-Up
Southwest
If you’re interested in leading a Home Group, we would love to help you with everything you need to get started. For more information, email Jim Veihl at jveihl@secc.org.
Encounter - Cancer Support Group
Elizabethtown
This support group gives those who have or are currently walking through cancer a safe place to be with others who share the same experiences. Whether it is you or a loved one, you don’t have to face this alone. Come join our community of support and recovery.
Wednesdays 7:00 PM
https://secc.zoom.us/j/87138830985
Encounter - Addiction Support & Recovery
Elizabethtown
This is a Christ-centered 12-step program for individuals wanting to overcome addictions and compulsions.
Wednesdays 7:00 PM
Worship Center
Encounter - Recovery for the Rest of Us
Elizabethtown
What should you do when you feel stuck in life? Join us as we support one another in facing our fears, moving past our past, healing our hurts, and breaking our bad habits.
Wednesdays 7:00 PM
Worship Center
Encounter - Grief Support Group
Elizabethtown
Healing from your grief is not easy. It can be a long and painful process—one you don’t need to experience alone. Come and share some time with others who can offer you hope, encouragement, and prayer after the loss of a loved one.
Wednesdays 7:00 PM
Worship Center
La Grange Student Groups
La Grange
La Grange middle and high school students can sign up to be a part a grade-specific small group. All groups are on Sunday nights from 6:30-8:00. Middle school meets at the church, and high school meets in homes. We will have games, food, and a devotional moment from the stage or home, followed by small groups.
Student small groups meet on Sundays from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Starting: Aug 21
Middle School at the La Grange Campus & High School in homes
Encounter - Women Overcoming Adversity
Elizabethtown
Join us as we walk together, navigating the difficulties we face as women. Our hope is to create confidence to overcome adversity with the hope that we encounter through the transformational love of Jesus.
Wednesdays 7:00 PM
Starting: Jul 13
Elizabethtown Campus
HOPE
Blankenbaker
This is an integrated adult Shine Ministry group focusing on Bible study and serving others. This class is a traditional Sunday School setting where independent adults share life together.
Sundays 10:45 AM
Starting: Aug 2
ATLR 201
Encounter
Elizabethtown
Whether it’s grief, cancer, addictions, or any other struggle in life, you don’t have to face it alone. Join us as we seek to encounter the transformational love of Jesus.
Wednesdays 7:00 PM
Worship Center
2022-23 // Elizabethtown Student Groups
Elizabethtown
Elizabethtown middle school and high school students can sign up to join a small group (separated by grade and gender). This is a great opportunity for students to stay connected as a community and grow in their relationships with each other and with Jesus. All small groups are launching Sunday, August 21. Middle school groups will meet Sundays during our 9:00 a.m. church service in the Student Ministry Building at the Elizabethtown Campus. High school groups will meet Sundays from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Student Ministry Building.
MSM Groups: Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and HSM Groups: Sundays at 6:00 p.m.
Starting: Aug 21
On Campus
Bullitt County Student Groups
Bullitt County
Registration for Middle and High School Ministry groups beginning in August for the 2022-23 school year. MSM groups meet on Sunday mornings at 11:15 in the Student Room beginning August 14. HSM groups meet on Wednesday nights from 7:00-8:30 beginning August 17.
MSM Sundays at 11:15 a.m.; HSM Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. beginning week of August 14
Bullitt County Campus
Man Challenge
Elizabethtown
Man Challenge is an opportunity for men to be equipped and encouraged as we open God’s Word together. We offer both a teaching time and a small group time. It is specifically designed to help men grow in their faith TOGETHER!
Thursdays 6:30 AM
Student Ministry Building
Young Professionals of Bullitt County
Bullitt County
We're a group of 20-to-30-something-year-olds chasing Jesus together! If you are in the space between college and parenthood, whether you are married or single, we have the perfect place for you! We will be gathering each week on Sundays at 6:00 p.m. to talk through that week’s sermon.
Sundays 6:00 PM
Starting: Aug 21
Families and Caregivers of Kids with Special Needs
Bullitt County
This is an opportunity to discuss the previous week's sermon and share its application/relevance for special needs families as we celebrate, connect, pray, and share life with families raising children with special needs. We'll be meeting at the YMCA in Shepherdsville.
Wednesdays 6:00 PM
Starting: Aug 24
Shepherdsville YMCA
Women's Bernheim Forest Walking Group // Buse
Bullitt County
We are a women’s walking group that will be discussing the current sermon series as we walk together at Bernheim Forest. Participants need to be able to walk 2-3 miles. We will meet in the Lake Nevin parking lot at 8:30 a.m. on Fridays starting mid-September.
Fridays 8:30 AM
Starting: Sep 16
Prospect Student Groups 2022-2023
Prospect
Prospect middle and high school students can sign up to be a part of weekly small groups on our Prospect Campus.
All MSM and HSM small groups meet on Sunday nights from 6:00-7:30 p.m. on our campus.
Starting: Aug 21
Prospect Campus
Young Adult Community
Blankenbaker
This is a Young Adults Group that will focus on growing as followers of Jesus Christ while encouraging one another in community! There will be many laughs!
Sundays 10:45 AM
Starting: Jun 5
WC 329
Children's
Programming
Available
2022-23 // Shelby County Student Groups
Shelby County
Shelby County middle school and high school students can sign up to be part of a small group. Groups are separated by grade and gender. MSM groups (middle school) meet in the Student Room Sundays at 11:15 a.m. at the Shelby County Campus. HSM groups (high school) meet Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Shelby County Campus. This is a great opportunity for students to gather in community with friends in a fun and welcoming environment as they grow in their relationships with each other and Jesus.
Middle School Groups meet Sundays at 11:15 a.m.; High School Groups meet Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.
Shelby County
BC // Men's Sexual Addiction
Bullitt County
Care group for men who struggle with pornography or compulsive sexual behaviors.
Bullitt County Campus | 220 Armstrong Lane, Mount Washington, KY
BC // Addictions
Bullitt County
This group will offer an opportunity for men and women to understand the complexity of addictions. It will also provide individuals the support and accountability in your efforts to overcome your own struggle with an emphasis on emotional, physical, and spiritual healing.
Tuesdays 7:00 PM
Starting: Sep 6
Bullitt County Campus
BC // Friends and Family of Addicts
Bullitt County
This group is being offered to provide support and encouraging tools to those who live in family systems impacted by addiction. We cannot fix an addict, but we can learn to live healthier in relationship with them, using wise boundaries and Godly wisdom. You will find support for your personal recovery journey in this group. For more information, contact the care ministry at 502-253-8400 or care@secc.org.
Bullitt County Campus | 220 Armstrong Lane, Mount Washington, KY
BC // Women's Abuse Group
Bullitt County
Abuse can show up physically, psychologically, and emotionally. We can easily identify physical violence as abuse. However, psychological and emotional abuse can sometimes be difficult to spot. Some relational dynamics that can show up in abusive relationships are walking on eggs shells and not having the freedom to express yourself or make your own choices. If you see these unhealthy patterns in your relationship(s), whether in marriage, dating, or friendships, and you would like to understand them and learn healthy ways to respond, we would like you to join us Tuesday evenings beginning October 11. We would like to walk alongside you to provide support and guidance on ways you can navigate this difficult journey. Please email care@secc.org to connect with the facilitator.
Bullitt County Campus | 220 Armstrong Lane, Mount Washington, KY
BC // Anxiety & Depression Group
Bullitt County
This group is being offered to provide support to those struggling with anxiety and depression. We will also have opportunities to learn techniques and pathways for managing and overcoming in this journey of living with these mental conditions. Whether your battle has been more recent or longstanding, you will find God-centered support in this group.
Bullitt County Campus | 220 Armstrong Lane, Mount Washington, KY
Spring 2023 Man Challenge Groups
La Grange
Man Challenge is an opportunity for men to be equipped and encouraged as we open God's Word together. We offer both a teaching time and a small group time. It is specifically designed to help men grow in their faith TOGETHER!
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
La Grange Campus / The Station
Children's
Programming
Available
Spring 2023 Women's Groups
La Grange
We want you to be part of our encouraging culture of women as we grow together in our love for God and one another. We would really like to get to know you! Join us in person on Tuesday nights. If you have any questions, contact Kathy Berry at kberry@secc.org.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
La Grange Campus / Worship Center
Children's
Programming
Available
2023 // Daniel A.M. // Wreck the Roof
Blankenbaker
Join us for a journey through the Old Testament book of Daniel as we spotlight one of Southeast's mantras: Wreck the Roof. This group will meet on Wednesday mornings, beginning January 25, from 9:30-11:00 for 10 weeks. All the gals are welcome—new to study and those who have studied the Lord's Word forever. Together, we will see what the Lord has for us in Daniel! Study guides will be available for purchase in the church bookstore and in class at the beginning of January. Limited childcare is available.
Wednesdays 9:30 AM
Starting: Jan 25
Fellowship Hall 2
Children's
Programming
Available
Wreck the Roof // Evening Study
Crestwood
Our Crestwood Campus Women’s Ministry will join our church-wide sermon series study, Wreck the Roof during January and February. In this series, we will explore Mark chapter 1, where the foundations are laid for the unrelenting, barrier-breaking, Wreck the Roof ministry of Jesus Himself. Together, we will witness what it takes to break through barriers so that others can experience new life in Christ. Register online. Limited children's programming.
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 25
190 C
Children's
Programming
Available
Crestwood Senior Times
Crestwood
This weekly senior adult class enjoys Bible study, singing, and the opportunity for regular fellowship.
Thursdays 10:30 AM
Starting: Jan 26
Room 190 C
2023 // Studio: Verse Mapping
Blankenbaker
Take a deep dive into mapping through the book of Daniel. This inductive study lab will provide you with the skills to dig deeply into God’s Word, equipping you with tools and a greater understanding of Scripture. This 10-week study will include guided instruction, whole and small group sharing, and opportunities to practice verse mapping in class and at home. Studio meets on Tuesday mornings from 9:30-11:30. Registration is required, and childcare is limited.
Tuesdays 9:30 AM
Starting: Jan 24
AT 200 • Blankenbaker Campus
Children's
Programming
Available
2023 // Daniel P.M. // Wreck the Roof
Blankenbaker
Join us for a journey through the Old Testament book of Daniel as we spotlight one of Southeast's mantras: Wreck the Roof. This group meets on Tuesday nights, January 24-March 28 from 6:30-8:00. All the gals are welcome—new to study and those who have studied the Lord's Word forever. Together, we will see what the Lord has for us in Daniel! Study guides will be available for purchase in the church bookstore and in class at the beginning of January. Limited childcare is available.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
Fellowship 2
Children's
Programming
Available
Families Count
Southwest
Are you struggling as a parent? Join us for a 7-week class that will address a variety of topics, including discipline, family roles, outside influences, and much more. Our trained, experienced Class Leaders will guide the group through lots of discussion and activities to help them grow as parents. Each parent will be paired with a mentor after the class ends.
Mondays 6:00 PM
Starting: Feb 13
Youth Loft
Children's
Programming
Available
Peacemakers
Blankenbaker
The Peacemakers is a diverse group of believers generally in their 50s to 70s who are eager to learn from the Scriptures and apply the Bible to their daily lives.
Sundays 10:45 AM
ATCR 206
Children's
Programming
Available
Cottage Home Group
La Grange
We are a family-friendly group that meets once a week to fellowship, study Scripture, and pray together. We typically walk through video-guided studies that form the basis of our conversations/discussion. Children of all ages are welcome.
Wednesdays 7:00 PM
Starting: Jan 25
Smith Home Group
La Grange
Our group is mostly couples in their 50s who meet weekly to learn from and encourage each other through Bible study and fellowship.
Sundays 6:00 PM
Starting: Jan 22
Tim and Connie Smith's Home
Blended
Indiana
The challenges that blended families face are complicated and unique. Join us for a safe space to share your victories and your struggles. We will support each other as we navigate blended family challenges, such as scheduling, dealing with the ex, compromising with parenting styles, and any unique situation that may arise.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Next Step Room
Children's
Programming
Available
Home Groups
Southwest
Are you interested in being a part of a Home Group? Click below to go to our Home Group Finder to find the group that is the best for you!
2022-23 | College Age Groups | 18-25
Blankenbaker
These are small groups of people growing to become more like Jesus. We equip men and women to impact their world by being a disciple and living in community with each other.
CAM worships together in section 101 at 11:15 a.m.
Sunday morning group meets from 9:30-11:00 in WC 370 at the Blankenbaker Campus main building.
Monday night groups at The Block will run September - May.
For more information, email collegministry@secc.org.
Mondays 6:00 PM
The Block
Women's Early Morning Bible Study
Crestwood
Bring your Bible and meet us in the Café as we continue studying through a book of the Bible. This is an ongoing study.
Mondays 7:00 AM
Starting: Jan 9
Café
Man Challenge // Winter 2023 // Monday
Crestwood
We invite you to accept the challenge to spend an hour each week with a bunch of men who are simply taking that next step to grow in learning how to be men who love God. Man Challenge is the perfect place for you to connect with other men in community, and this Winter would be the perfect time for you to join us if you have never attended a Man Challenge in the past...come join us now. No Bible knowledge required and no perfect lives expected—just men encouraging each other!
Mondays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 16
Ministry Center
Single Moms Study
Crestwood
Single moms of all ages and life stages join together to learn from God’s Word and encourage one another.
Sundays 9:00 AM
Starting: Jan 8
Room 190 C
Children's
Programming
Available
College-Age Group
Indiana
Young college-age adults gather to have dinner, study the Bible, and connect with others as they build relationships with Jesus and one another. Email indiana@secc.org for additional information. Childcare not available.
Sundays 6:30 PM
Next Step Room
Friends & Family of the Incarcerated
Indiana
This weekly group offers support, hope, and healing for those with a loved one in prison or jail.
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Oct 26
Room 230
Children's
Programming
Available
Wreck the Roof Sermon Study (Coed)
Indiana
In this series, we’re going to explore Mark 1 where the foundations are laid for the unrelenting, barrier-breaking, Wreck the Roof ministry of Jesus Himself. Together, we will witness what it takes to break through barriers so that others can experience new life in Christ.
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 25
The Hub
Children's
Programming
Available
Wreck the Roof Sermon Study (Men)
Indiana
In this series, we’re going to explore Mark 1 where the foundations are laid for the unrelenting, barrier-breaking, Wreck the Roof ministry of Jesus Himself. Together, we will witness what it takes to break through barriers so that others can experience new life in Christ.
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 25
The Hub
Children's
Programming
Available
Wreck the Roof Sermon Study (Young Adult)
Indiana
In this series, we’re going to explore Mark 1 where the foundations are laid for the unrelenting, barrier-breaking, Wreck the Roof ministry of Jesus Himself. Together, we will witness what it takes to break through barriers so that others can experience new life in Christ.
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 25
The Hub
Children's
Programming
Available
Wreck the Roof Sermon Study (Women's 6:00 A.M.)
Indiana
In this series, we’re going to explore Mark 1 where the foundations are laid for the unrelenting, barrier-breaking Wreck the Roof ministry of Jesus Himself. Together, we will witness what it takes to break through barriers so that others can experience new life in Christ.
Wednesdays 6:00 AM
Starting: Jan 25
The Hub
Wreck the Roof Sermon Study (Women's 9:30 a.m.)
Indiana
In this series, we’re going to explore Mark 1 where the foundations are laid for the unrelenting, barrier-breaking, Wreck the Roof ministry of Jesus Himself. Together, we will witness what it takes to break through barriers so that others can experience new life in Christ.
Wednesdays 9:30 AM
Starting: Jan 25
The Hub
Children's
Programming
Available
msm | hsm PARENTS
Crestwood
This weekly group will provide community and Bible study to the PARENTS of middle and high school students. Come connect with other parents and dig into God’s Word, while your student(s) attends MSM or the HSM Bible Study. God’s Word is full of encouragement, truth, and hope, needed by everyone in all seasons of life, but especially as parents. This will be an ongoing group on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. in the Ministry Center beginning January 15.
Sundays 10:30 AM
Starting: Jan 15
Ministry Center
Children's
Programming
Available
Young Married
Crestwood
This weekly group is for young, married couples interested in community and God’s Word on a Sunday at noon. Marriage topics will certainly be fair game, but our focus will simply be on reading, enjoying, and studying God’s Word together, while building community. Come learn together in this ongoing Sunday group at 12:00 p.m. in Classroom 190 C beginning January 15.
Sundays 12:00 PM
Starting: Jan 15
190 C
Southwest 2022-23 Student Small Group Registration
Southwest
Group registration for Southwest Student Ministry small groups for the 2022-23 school year.
MSM meets on Sundays at 11:15 a.m., and HSM meets at 6:30 p.m.
Starting: Jan 11
Southwest Campus
Financial Foundations
Crestwood
Is your money situation a bit of a mess? Looking to build your finances in a way that honors God? Financial Foundations provides practical steps to help you move past the stress and get to a place of financial health. In this 5-week class, we look at what the Bible has to say about money (spoiler: there's actually quite a bit!) and we get super-practical around topics like getting out of debt, spending wisely, saving for your goals, and more.
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Feb 22
Room 202
Financial Foundations
Bullitt County
Is your money situation a bit of a mess? Looking to build your finances in a way that honors God? Financial Foundations provides practical steps to help you move past the stress and get to a place of financial health. In this 5-week class, we look at what the Bible has to say about money (spoiler: there's actually quite a bit!) and we get super-practical around topics like getting out of debt, spending wisely, saving for your goals, and more.
Mondays 6:30 PM
Starting: Feb 20
The Lobby
Wills & Trusts Seminar
Blankenbaker
Do you have a will? Is it up to date? Learn how to plan your estate and establish a living trust for you and your family. Financial Planning Ministry, a Southeast partner, will help you create a personal estate plan and will compile all the necessary documents at no cost to you.
Sundays 10:45 AM
Starting: Mar 26
AT 106/109
Children's
Programming
Available
Wills & Trusts Seminar
La Grange
Do you have a will? Is it up to date? Learn how to plan your estate and establish a living trust for you and your family. Financial Planning Ministry, a Southeast partner, will help you create a personal estate plan and will compile all the necessary documents at no cost to you.
Sundays 12:30 PM
Starting: Mar 26
Student Ministry Room
Wills & Trusts Seminar
Do you have a will? Is it up to date? Learn how to plan your estate and establish a living trust for you and your family. Financial Planning Ministry, a Southeast partner, will help you create a personal estate plan and will compile all the necessary documents at no cost to you.
Tuesdays 7:00 PM
Starting: Mar 28
Online
Financial Foundations
Blankenbaker
Is your money situation a bit of a mess? Looking to build your finances in a way that honors God? Financial Foundations provides practical steps to help you move past the stress and get to a place of financial health. In this 5-week class, we look at what the Bible has to say about money (spoiler: there's actually quite a bit!), and we get super-practical around topics like getting out of debt, spending wisely, saving for your goals, and more.
Sundays 10:45 AM
Starting: Feb 26
Fireside Room
Financial Foundations
La Grange
Is your money situation a bit of a mess? Looking to build your finances in a way that honors God? Financial Foundations provides practical steps to help you move past the stress and get to a place of financial health. In this 5-week class, we look at what the Bible has to say about money (spoiler: there's actually quite a bit!) and we get super-practical around topics like getting out of debt, spending wisely, saving for your goals, and more.
Thursdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Apr 13
Student Ministry Room
Children's
Programming
Available
Financial Foundations
Indiana
Is your money situation a bit of a mess? Looking to build your finances in a way that honors God? Financial Foundations provides practical steps to help you move past the stress and get to a place of financial health. In this 5-week class, we look at what the Bible has to say about money (spoiler: there's actually quite a bit!) and we get super-practical around topics like getting out of debt, spending wisely, saving for your goals, and more.
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Apr 5
The Attic
Financial Foundations
Southwest
Is your money situation a bit of a mess? Looking to build your finances in a way that honors God? Financial Foundations provides practical steps to help you move past the stress and get to a place of financial health. In this 5-week class, we look at what the Bible has to say about money (spoiler: there's actually quite a bit!) and we get super-practical around topics like getting out of debt, spending wisely, saving for your goals, and more.
Mondays 6:30 PM
Starting: Feb 20
The Loft
2x2
Blankenbaker
The 2x2 Weekend Group consists of believers and seekers age 65 and older who enjoy expository Bible teaching and caring for one another as family.
Sundays 10:15 AM
ATCR 207
Children's
Programming
Available
Acts II
Blankenbaker
ACTS II is a family of prayer warriors who endeavor daily to stand firm in GOD's TRUTH. We love the LORD and the study of HIS WORD each week. As family, we also continually and joyfully join together, whether to help share or shoulder one another's burdens, or simply to enjoy our special times of social gatherings
Sundays 10:45 AM
ATCR 209
Children's
Programming
Available
At the Well
Blankenbaker
At the Well is a class for those who have participated in Encounter groups with the purpose of gaining a next step into community. However, anyone may attend. This is a fellowship of the hurting who are looking to be challenged in their spiritual and emotional growth.

Are you certain you are ready to deal with relationships again? Are you ready to be vulnerable and overcome your fears? Real-life issues are addressed with topics on compulsions, trust, true love, loneliness, grace, forgiveness, bitterness, hope, self-control, joy vs. happiness, self-examination, beliefs, true intimacy, worship, transformation, brokenness, and fear. This list is not exhaustive but relevant to the issues faced by those who are wounded by circumstances in life.

It is a forum of participation, not passive teaching. It is a place to hear what God has to say about where and who we are in Him. It is the next step in your support and recovery experience.

Lamentations 3:40 NIV says, "Let us examine our ways and test them, and let us return to the Lord."
Sundays 10:45 AM
FH 109
Children's
Programming
Available
Bridges
Blankenbaker
Bridges is a vibrant group that meets weekly for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer. We have a good mix of people of all ages and backgrounds who come together to support the mission of our church, both in the group and within the community. Our main teacher has been on staff at Southeast for 25 years. We also enjoy strong leadership and carry a vision to love one another! Bridges invites anyone looking for a community of friends.
Sundays 10:45 AM
FH 131
Crossroads
Blankenbaker
Fun group of believers with a variety of ages, events, Bible studies, and service opportunities. Come and connect with us!
Sundays 10:45 AM
FH 111
Children's
Programming
Available
Emmaus Class
Blankenbaker
This is a class with expository teaching through the Bible with discussion.
Sundays 10:30 AM
FH 107
Children's
Programming
Available
2023 Winter // A.M. Women's Groups
Shelby County
We want you to be part of our encouraging culture of women as we grow together in our love for God and one another. We would really like to get to know you!

Groups begin January 25, but feel free to join us at any time during the semester!
Wednesdays 9:00 AM
Starting: Jan 25
Worship Center
Children's
Programming
Available
2023 Winter // P.M. Women's Groups
Shelby County
We want you to be part of our encouraging culture of women as we grow together in our love for God and one another. We would really like to get to know you!

Groups begin January 25, but feel free to join us at any time during the semester!
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 25
Worship Center
Children's
Programming
Available
2023 Winter // A.M. Man Challenge
Shelby County
Man Challenge is an opportunity for men to be equipped and encouraged as we open God’s Word together. We offer both a teaching time and a small group time. It is specifically designed to help men grow in their faith TOGETHER!
Wednesdays 6:00 AM
Starting: Jan 25
Worship Center
2023 Winter // P.M. Man Challenge
Shelby County
Man Challenge is an opportunity for men to be equipped and encouraged as we open God’s Word together. We offer both a teaching time and a small group time. It is specifically designed to help men grow in their faith TOGETHER!
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 25
Worship Center
Children's
Programming
Available
2023 Winter // Legacy Weekly Gathering
Shelby County
A loving group of couples, singles, widows, and widowers 60 and up encouraging one another to persevere in living daily in the Kingdom of God, sharing the wisdom and experience of the group, while searching for ways to share that wisdom and experience with younger generations. We would love for you to join us.
Wednesdays 1:00 PM
Starting: Jan 25
Worship Center
Ecclesia Group
Shelby County
A mixed group of couples and singles ages 40s and up who are encouraging and loving one another as we follow Acts 2:42—devoting ourselves to the study of God’s Word, fellowship, breaking bread, and prayer. We love having new brothers and sisters join us Sunday mornings at 8:00 year-round.
Sundays 8:00 AM
Student Room
Shelby County Home Groups
Shelby County
For more information on Shelby County Home Groups, please contact Bryan Elliott at belliott@secc.org.
Contact for details.
A location has not been set yet. Contact for details.
2023 Winter // Young Adult Group
Shelby County
We are a Shelbyville-based young adult group of college-aged to 28-year-olds who explore the Bible on topics that are relevant to the unique realities that affect this generation. We meet Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. in the home of Ray and Heidi Whitlow. Call or text 502-558-8279 for more information.
Tuesdays 7:00 PM
Starting: Jan 24
Whitlow Home
Kingdom Man Study
La Grange
This study is designed to empower men to exercise the God-given dominion they were created for by giving them a Kingdom understanding, vision, and perspective on their identity and responsibilities along with practical steps on how to become a man who rules his world well. This study challenges and equips men to fully understand their position under God, learning to operate under the authority of Jesus Christ.
Mondays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 23
La Grange Campus - The Green Room
Prayer Walking
SE Beechmont
Weekly prayer walking the Beechmont neighborhood.
Encouragers
Blankenbaker
The Encouragers class is a collective group of adults of all ages—mostly seniors, but "young at heart." We enjoy Sunday morning Bible study, frequent fellowships outside church, and welcoming new faces to "the family."
Sundays 9:30 AM
ATCR 200
Children's
Programming
Available
Equipping the Saints
Blankenbaker
The average attendance of this group is 35-40 with an age range of 35 to 85.

We study the Bible with a heavy emphasis of class discussion.
Sundays 10:45 AM
WC 236
Children's
Programming
Available
Great Adventure
Blankenbaker
The Great Adventure class is a diverse group pursuing a growing relationship with God through interactive Bible study and an active community. We are diverse in age (ranging from 30-90), marital status, life position, and UK vs. UofL!
Sundays 10:00 AM
FH 120
Hunt
Blankenbaker
Married couples looking to grow in the understanding of the Holy Spirit and walking in Spirit with Christ.
Sundays 10:45 AM
WC 441
Journey
Blankenbaker
Please join us for this study as we walk through this journey of life together! This is a mixed small group with the average attendance around 20 to 25 people. Class age: 35-85; average 45-55.
Thursdays 7:30 PM
WC 454
Joy
Blankenbaker
We’re digging deep into Scripture to understand the relationship God has for us through Jesus and how to model that relationship to others around us. For all adult ages, single and married.
Sundays 10:45 AM
FH 110
Children's
Programming
Available
Koinonia
Blankenbaker
Koinonia is a small and intimate class of senior adults whose average age is between 65 and 75. If you're looking for a way to make this great big church smaller, we would love to have you join us as we study Scripture together!
Sundays 9:30 AM
WC 446
Lifeline
Blankenbaker
This class averages 40 to 50 people typically between ages 50 to 75. We would love to have you join our community!
Sundays 10:30 AM
FH 122
Moving Forward
Blankenbaker
Moving Forward is a friendly class for couples and singles ages 40s to 70s. We are currently meeting on Thursday evenings in ATCR 209. Join us as we grow in God’s Word and in community with one another.
Thursdays 7:30 PM
ATCR 209
Strengthening Your Marriage Spring 2023
Southwest
This is a 6-week study designed to help you and your spouse repair, rebuild, and find new health for your marriage. Register online.
Mondays • February 20-March 27
Starting: Feb 20
SW Café
Children's
Programming
Available
Saved by Grace
Blankenbaker
Saved by Grace is a friendly, dynamic class that studies directly from the Bible every week. This group is open to all ages and frequently meets for food, fellowship, and service outside of the group time.
Sundays 10:45 AM
WC 470
Children's
Programming
Available
Side-By-Side
Blankenbaker
Committed to increasing our understanding and application of the Word of God, we emphasize verse-by-verse book studies. Committed to our classmates, we support each other and mission partners through prayer and shared outreach. Our desire is to be Salt and Light, working Side by Side!
Sundays 10:45 AM
FH 118
Children's
Programming
Available
Sojourners
Blankenbaker
The Sojourners class has been meeting for more than 30 years. Our class meets on Sunday mornings starting right after the first service at 10:15 with fellowship time, followed by prayer and the lesson. Our class consists of adults ranging from 50 to 80 years old.
Sundays 10:30 AM
ATCR 202
Children's
Programming
Available
The Cord
Blankenbaker
The Cord is a fun, discussion-based Weekend Group for new to established married couples at Southeast to meet together to talk about the joys and challenges of married life and growing in Christ. Age range 20-45.
Sundays 10:45 AM
WC 473
Children's
Programming
Available
The Sunday Connection
Blankenbaker
The mission of the Sunday Connection is to connect to others while connecting the week’s sermon to our daily lives. We spend our time together first in fellowship and then in a discussion of the sermon led by facilitators who have prepared in advance to lead the group. The class age range is 40s to 70s and includes both single and married.
Sundays 10:45 AM
WC 464
Children's
Programming
Available
Women of the Word
Blankenbaker
This Weekend Group is a great place for women of all ages to connect, share life, and study God's Word together with others!
Sundays 7:45 AM
WC 245
Word by Word
Blankenbaker
This class is a verse-by-verse walk-through of Scripture.
Sundays 10:45 AM
WC 231
Serving Beechmont Community Meal in 2023
SE Beechmont
Serving dinner, weekly, to our community for 2023. Roles include setup, cooking, serving, engagement, and cleanup.
Sundays 4:00 PM
2023 // Man Challenge // Winter // Saturday
Crestwood
We invite you to accept the challenge to spend an hour each week with a bunch of men who are simply taking that next step to grow in learning how to be men who love God. Man Challenge is the perfect place for you to connect with other men in community, and this Winter would be the perfect time for you to join us if you have never attended a Man Challenge in the past...come join us now. No Bible knowledge required and no perfect lives expected—just men encouraging each other!
Saturdays 7:00 AM
Starting: Jan 14
Crestwood Ministry Center
Heaven Ladies Bible Study
Southwest
This study will help you as a woman be encouraged to rejoice in the hope we have of Heaven by looking at Biblical answers to common questions.

For more information, please contact Glenda Pierce at gpierce1@bellsouth.net.
First Friday of the month
Starting: Feb 3
Southwest Classroom
How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth
Southwest
Understanding the Bible isn't just for the few, the gifted, and the scholarly. The Bible is meant to be read and comprehended by everyone from casual readers to seminary students. Even a few essential insights into the Bible can clear up a lot of misconceptions and help you grasp the meaning of Scripture and its application to your 21st Century life.
Sundays 8:00 AM
Starting: Feb 12
SW Classroom
A.M. Women's Bible Study
Prospect
Join us as we begin second semester Women's Bible Study! We will be kicking off the semester studying one of Southeast's Mantras, Wreck the Roof! This study will spur us on as we learn to live on mission, loving God and serving others.

Later in the semester, we'll spend 40 days learning about key stories, people, places, and themes in Scripture. Walking away from this study will give us a general knowledge of God's meta-narrative, His Story, and intention. Be prepared to see Him on display!

Join us Wednesday mornings at 9:30 as we study God's Word together!
Wednesdays 9:30 AM
Starting: Jan 25
Children's
Programming
Available
920 // Love and Respect
Blankenbaker
Join Joe and Toni Rose, from Growing Your Marriage, as they walk through Love and Respect Building Blocks. This video series is based on Emerson Eggerichs’ bestseller, "Love & Respect: The Love She Most Desires; The Respect He Desperately Needs." Over five sessions, we will unpack why spouses react negatively to each other, and how they can deal with such conflict quickly, easily, and Biblically.
Thursdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Feb 2
WC 370
Whisper's Study // Winter 2023
Chapel in the Woods
Join Biblical culturalist Kristi McLelland in this 7-session study as she unpacks the life of the early church in the book of Acts and shows us that the Kingdom of God is always on the move, always looking outward to bring meaning and joy to a world searching for true fulfillment and hope. Explore the call of Jesus to His disciples then and to us now as His disciples today, the way God’s Word can sustain us even in the most difficult of times, and the transformative grace that we experience as children of God in His Kingdom of celebration.
Tuesdays 10:00 AM
Starting: Jan 31
Chapel in the Woods
920 // Pillars of Parenting
Blankenbaker
Come join other parents as we talk about the joys, challenges, and steps of growth we can take with our children.
Sundays 10:45 AM
ED 310
Children's
Programming
Available
Married Connect Groups
South Louisville
Join others for community and connection as we unpack the book of Mark in our series Wreck the Roof.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
South Louisville
Men Connect Groups (30+)
South Louisville
Join others for community and connection as we unpack the book of Mark in our series Wreck the Roof.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
South Louisville
Women Connect Groups (30+)
South Louisville
Join others for community and connection as we unpack the book of Mark in our series Wreck the Roof.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
South Louisville
Young Adult Connect Groups (18-29)
South Louisville
Join others for community and connection as we unpack the book of Mark in our series Wreck the Roof.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
South Louisville
Wreck the Roof Sermon Study (Women's 6:30 p.m.)
Indiana
In this series, we’re going to explore Mark 1 where the foundations are laid for the unrelenting, barrier-breaking, Wreck the Roof ministry of Jesus Himself. Together, we will witness what it takes to break through barriers so that others can experience new life in Christ.
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 25
The Hub
Children's
Programming
Available
Friends & Family of Addicts
Indiana
This is an ongoing group for men and women struggling with the challenges of loving someone with an addiction. Email indiana@secc.org for additional information. Childcare is available. No registration required.
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Room 228
Children's
Programming
Available
Women's Addiction Recovery
Indiana
This ongoing group is for women struggling with the hurts and hang-ups of addiction. Childcare is available. No registration required. Please email indiana@secc.org for additional information.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
The Attic
Children's
Programming
Available
Single Mom's Support
Indiana
Come for support, encouragement, and guidance as you walk through real-life situations.
Tuesdays 6:00 PM
The Filling Station
Children's
Programming
Available
Thrive / Battles Men Face Support Group
Indiana
This is a Christ-centered support-style group for men dealing with a variety of personal battles. This group’s purpose is to provide a space of safety, support, and accountability while forging relationships that extend past the group. Childcare available. No registration required.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Room 225
Children's
Programming
Available
Women's Anxiety & Depression Support
Indiana
This is a group for women seeking support and relief from anxiety and depression.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Room 230
Children's
Programming
Available
Isaiah Part 2
La Grange
Join us to study the book of Isaiah. This 14-week study will introduce us to the Holy One of Israel. We will learn how He deals with those who claim Him as God but do not honor Him as God in their lives. We will also study the destiny of the nations and the future of all mankind. This group will meet on Thursday mornings from January 26 through March 23.

Please email j.l.morrison@me.com to register for this class and/or if you have any questions.
Thursdays 9:00 AM
Starting: Jan 26
La Grange Campus / The Station
Bullitt County Morning Men's Online Group // Ryle/Lawson
Bullitt County
This Bullitt County men’s group focuses on real life, celebrating each other’s victories and supporting each other’s defeats. We strive to understand the real everyday battles that men face and tackle them with Biblical wisdom. We meet mostly on Zoom but will occasionally meet in person at each other’s houses here in Bullitt County.
Saturdays 7:00 AM
Starting: Jan 21
Parenting Group for Moms // Mom Strong Study by Heidi St. John // Peterson
Bullitt County
Join our 8-week home group as we go through a guided journey of learning to trust God with your deepest parenting questions.

There’s nothing wrong with good advice―but today’s moms need so much more than that. We moms are crying out for true wisdom and strength that will teach us how to parent our kids well, and to help us navigate challenges and cultural issues previous generations never saw coming.

The Bible tells us that the beginning of wisdom is knowing the Lord. And that’s right where the journey to becoming MomStrong starts.

Join Heidi St. John in this 6-week Bible study based on her popular book "Becoming MomStrong." Each week, you’ll find stories from Heidi, Scriptural reflections, encouraging Bible verses, and prayer prompts to help train your own heart―and your kids’―to know Scripture, hold Biblical values, discern true teaching, and develop Godly character.
Wednesdays 6:00 PM
Starting: Jan 25
Grief Care Group
South Louisville
This group will focus on helping you understand the layers of grief as well as recognize the many areas where we find ourselves grieving. This group will offer support to you in your personal journey of grief and loss as part of living.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
South Louisville
Healthy Relationships Care Group
South Louisville
This group will focus on how we can be healthier in our relationships. Issues like boundary crossing, manipulation, control needs, and co-dependency all affect how we relate to others. You will find support for your own journey of personal impact awareness, growth, and healing to allow you to be healthier and more God-honoring in your connections with people.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
South Louisville
Addictions Care Group
South Louisville
This group will offer an opportunity to men and women to understand the complexity of addictions. It will also provide individuals the support and accountability to overcome struggles with an emphasis on emotional, physical, and spiritual healing.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
South Louisville
Harmony
Blankenbaker
Harmony Weekend Group consists of adults age 40ish and older who meet weekly to study the Bible.

We are currently studying the book of Acts. We enjoy going through each section slowly in order to get the most of our time together in His Word. We are not formal and encourage discussion and questions.

The Harmony Class is made up of a group of people who are kind, caring, and welcoming who love Jesus and one another. We are a group that is mission-focused in giving to local groups and organizations that are near and dear to our hearts where we feel we can actively help make a difference by supporting them and even occasionally hopefully be involved within these groups face-to-face in serving them and the community these groups serve.
Sundays 7:15 AM
FH109
BB // Divorce Care Workshop
Blankenbaker
Come join us for support and guidance on navigating the difficult terrain of experiencing a divorce. Please register before January 24!
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
ED 212
Seekers
Blankenbaker
Seekers is a class with single and married members (age range 50 to 80). We spend time digging deeper into the Bible and Christian living through discussion. We support a variety of community ministries throughout the year. We meet on Saturdays at 5:30 p.m. at the Blankenbaker Campus and would love to have you join us!
Saturdays 5:30 PM
ATCR 207
Biblical Perspective on Sexual Identity: How to Talk With Our Family & Friends
Crestwood
This 3-week class will be led by our Campus Pastor, Greg Allen. We will look at what God teaches in His Word about sexual identity and the many current conversations in our culture today.
Wednesdays • March 15-29 • 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Starting: Mar 15
Crestwood Campus
Children's
Programming
Available
Revelation
Indiana
Revelation is a book that is filled with hope, using epistles, prophecy, and apocalyptic to communicate so much about God’s work in history, in our moment, and at the end of time. Join us for this 12-week class, led by Eric Schansberg, as he teaches through the easy, and tough, parts of this great book.
Thursdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 26
Room 225
Children's
Programming
Available
P.M. Women's Bible Study
Prospect
Join us as we begin second semester Women's Bible Study! We will be kicking off the semester studying one of Southeast's Mantras, Wreck the Roof! This study will spur us on as we learn to live on mission, loving God and serving others. Later in the semester, we'll spend 40 days learning about key stories, people, places, and themes in Scripture. Walking away from this study will give us a general knowledge of God's meta-narrative, His Story, and intention. Be prepared to see Him on display! Join us Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. as we study God's Word together!
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 25
Prospect
Encounter
Shelby County
Whether it’s grief, cancer, addictions, or any other struggle in life, you don’t have to face it alone. Join us as we seek to encounter the transformational love of Jesus. Groups available: Men & Women's Addiction, Grief Group, Overcoming Adversity, and Families of the Addicted combined group.
Mondays 7:00 PM
Starting: Jan 9
Student Room
Man Challenge // Thursday Morning
Blankenbaker
This is a weekly gathering of men of all ages who are given the space to develop a competent and confident understanding of who Jesus is, plus develop authentic and intentional male relationships with the men at their table. The morning begins with 35-40 minutes of teaching from a variety of people, followed by 45 minutes of table conversation. Contact us at bbmens@secc.org, and we will get you connected to a table!
Thursdays 6:00 AM
Starting: Jan 19
Fellowship Hall 2 (FH 2)
Man Challenge // Saturday Morning
Blankenbaker
This is a weekly gathering of men of all ages who are given the space to develop a competent and confident understanding of who Jesus is, plus develop authentic and intentional male relationships with the men at their table. The morning begins with 35-40 minutes of teaching from a variety of people, followed by 45 minutes of table conversation. Contact us at bbmens@secc.org, and we will get you connected to a table!
Saturdays 7:00 AM
Starting: Jan 21
Fellowship Hall 2 (FH 2)
Saturday Morning Men's Bible Study
Blankenbaker
This is a large group gathering of men who meet each week to engage in the study of God’s Word that is led by Joe Donaldson. You are welcome to join us anytime! No registration is required.

We meet from 7:00-8:00 a.m. in Fellowship Hall 1. Just enter the main doors under the Portico and go to the right—FH 1 is located behind Shine Café.

If you have any other questions, contact Joe Donaldson at joe@thepotterswheel.com.
Saturdays 7:00 AM
Starting: Jan 7
Fellowship Hall (FH 1)
Couples Home Group // James by Francis Chan Study // Pendleton
Bullitt County
True faith produces fruit. A faith without action and without life change is ultimately a dead faith. The book of James speaks to the realities of a living faith in Jesus—the kind of roll-up-your-sleeves and get-your-hands-dirty discipleship that is borne out of an authentic relationship with the risen Lord. James writes to believers who know suffering, who've faced trials, and who ultimately desire a deep relationship with God.

Francis Chan unpacks the dense truth contained in the book of James in front of the iconic backdrop of San Francisco, the city where he lives and ministers. Through 12 sessions, Francis works through James verse-by-verse, challenging followers of Christ to move beyond a private, intellectual knowledge of God and His Word, to a vibrant faith that impacts every square inch of life.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
Nelson County (Bloomfield) Daugherty // Foster Home Group for Couples
Bullitt County
**New Group — Join June and Jeff Daugherty and Leesa and Ken Foster as they lead this new group in Bloomfield. This group meets on Monday evenings at 6:30. All are welcome! We are wanting to create a group to help people in Nelson County build community as Southeast plans to launch a new campus in Nelson County.
Mondays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 23
Simpsonville // Gupton Home
Shelby County
This small group started out with four couples five years ago and has now grown into four dozen families, couples, and singles gathering twice a month to learn more about how God is reconciling His image-bearers back to Himself. We share a potluck-themed meal from 6:00 to 6:30 p.m. followed by teaching from Amos Martin and Garry Gupton that concludes at 7:00 p.m. sharp! The group meets on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at the Gupton home in Simpsonville. Contact Garry at guptonmedia@gmail.com for more details.
2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month
Starting: Jan 12
Gupton Home
Brown/Ramirez Home Group
Prospect
We are a group of young couples with young kids. Age range is 20s to mid-30s.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
Jeremy and Aubrey Brown's Home
Wreck the Roof Mark 1 Study
SE Beechmont
In this series, we will follow along the sermon series and explore Mark 1, where the foundations are laid for the unrelenting, barrier-breaking, Wreck the Roof ministry of Jesus Himself. Together, we witness what it takes to break through barriers so that others can experience new life in Christ.

This group will meet on Tuesday nights, January 17-March 7 at 6:30 p.m. at the Beechmont Campus. All who have a desire to learn are welcome to join this series!
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
Beechmont Campus - 3rd Floor
Man Challenge // Winter 2023
Prospect
Man Challenge is an opportunity for all men to be encouraged, equipped, and to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
Thursdays 6:00 AM
Starting: Jan 19
Worship Center
Special Needs Trust Seminar
Blankenbaker
Learn about estate planning and how a Special Needs Trust can provide resources for your family member's needs over their lifetime.
Thursdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Mar 23
AT 106/109
920 // Sacred Marriage
Blankenbaker
Join Bob and Joy Head as they explore God’s vision and purpose for marriage. They will guide you through examining what marriage looks like when we walk outside of God’s intent, as well as begin the conversation of how we align our marriage with God in order to bring the fulfillment, joy, and intimacy we are not able to achieve on our own.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Mar 7
ATCR 202
Children's
Programming
Available
Single Dads
Blankenbaker
Draw closer to Jesus while walking through life with other single dads. Enjoy fellowship, Bible study, fellowship, and maybe even some tips on raising your kids!
Sundays 9:00 AM
WC 248
Abide
Blankenbaker
The Abide Weekend Group seeks to connect with Jesus through Scripture study, community and friendship, prayer, and service. We are mainly married parents of teens and young adults, but all are welcome. Abide is a newly-formed weekend group bringing together two former groups. Join us!
Sundays 10:45 AM
WC 454
Loss of Spouse
Prospect
This is a grief support group for those in our community who have suffered the loss of a spouse.
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 18
Next Step Room
Hope and Help in Infertility
Prospect
Led by Kit Devine, group members will find hope and strength in a community of those experiencing infertility. Kit has been a practicing caregiver for those facing infertility for many years. She and her colleague, Bob, will walk alongside group members through prayer and connection.
Mondays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 23
PR MC
Denney Home Group
Prospect
The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry (RightNow Media)
We are all busy. Some of us can't remember the last time we rested or even had free time. Our busyness can feel productive, but it is a toxic distraction, sapping our spiritual, physical, and emotional vitality. It may seem like we have no choice but to live at a frantic pace, but God has a better path for us.

Join Pastor and Author John Mark Comer in this 5-part series as he addresses one of the greatest threats to our spiritual lives: hurry. Instead of allowing our calendars and screens to control our lives, Jesus offers us a new rhythm of life, overflowing with grace, peace, and beauty.
Thursdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 26
Chris and Carlotta Denney's home
Carpenter Home Group
Prospect
Home Group led by John and Melissa Carpenter.
Thursdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 26
Bible Bowl
Prospect
Bible Bowl is where kids come together to study and compete over God's Word. This season we will be studying First Corinthians. Bible Bowl is similar to quick recall and has been one of the longest running small-group youth programs at Southeast, going on its 44th year. Meets at Prospect on Mondays from 6:30-8:00 p.m starting February 6. Groups for both 3rd-5th grades and 6th-12th grades.
Mondays 6:30 PM
Starting: Feb 6
Worship Center
Crestwood Student Groups
Crestwood
Crestwood middle school and high school students can sign up to join an in-person small group (separated by grade and gender). This is a great opportunity for students to stay connected as a community and grow in their relationships with each other and Jesus. Middle school groups meet Sundays at 10:30 a.m. at the Crestwood Campus. High school groups meet Sundays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Community is here!
MSM GROUPS meet Sundays at 10:30 a.m.; HSM GROUPS meet Sundays 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Starting: Jun 5
Crestwood Campus
Anxiety
Blankenbaker
Find support and understanding in the midst of anxiety struggles.
Will not meet over the Summer (June-August). We encourage these individuals to join the Summer Workshop.
***
Children's
Programming
Available
Cancer Care for Women
Blankenbaker
Cancer Care for Women
Meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the Month (1:00-3:00 p.m.)
Fireside Room
Codependency (Friends & Family of Addicts)
Blankenbaker
A group dealing with boundary issues for families and friends dealing with addictions.
Will not meet over the Summer (June-August). We encourage these individuals to join the Summer Workshop.
***
Children's
Programming
Available
Coping with Cancer
Blankenbaker
This group is for men who are battling cancer or who have a loved one in the same battle.
Thursdays 7:30 PM
FH 109
Children's
Programming
Available
Divorce Support
Blankenbaker
Divorce Support
Thursdays 7:30 PM
FH 118
Children's
Programming
Available
Families of the Incarcerated
Blankenbaker
Confide in one another and seek God's answers to the hard questions.
Thursdays 7:30 PM
Fireside Room
Children's
Programming
Available
Family of Addicts
Blankenbaker
For family or friends of those struggling with alcohol or substance abuse.
Thursdays 7:30 PM
WC 446
Children's
Programming
Available
Forgotten Hearts
Blankenbaker
For women wanting to overcome love and sexual addiction.
For meeting dates and times, please email forgottenheartse@gmail.com.
Details Upon Request
Journey to Freedom
Blankenbaker
For women who are wrestling with unwanted same-sex attraction.
Group is meeting on an as-needed basis. Please contact the Care Team at 502.253.8400 or care@secc.org.
Information available upon request.
Marriage in Crisis
Blankenbaker
For those struggling in their marriage or who are currently separating and seeking reconciliation.
Thursdays 7:30 PM
ATLR 202
Children's
Programming
Available
Men's Addiction (12-Step)
Blankenbaker
Men's Addiction (12-Step)
Thursdays 7:30 PM
WC 239
Children's
Programming
Available
Men's Sexual Addiction (CROSS)
Blankenbaker
Formerly known as ARC, this 12-step group is for men who battle with sexual addiction and compulsive behavior.
Details are available upon request.
Email: menofcross@gmail.com
Alcoholics Anonymous
Blankenbaker
This group is designed to help current and former alcoholics support one another throughout their recovery journey while maintaining their sobriety.
Thursdays 6:00 PM
FH 131
Children's
Programming
Available
Alcoholics Anonymous // Tuesday
Blankenbaker
This group is designed to help current and former alcoholics support one another throughout their recovery journey while maintaining their sobriety.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
FH 111
Grief (General & Specific)
Blankenbaker
Grief (General & Specific)
For anyone dealing with the loss of a loved one.
Specific Grief:
1st Thursday—Loss of a Child, Loss of a Spouse;
2nd Thursday—Loss of a Parent, Loss Due to Suicide/Substance Abuse;
3rd Thursday—Loss of a Child, Loss of a Spouse;
4th Thursday—General Grief
Thursdays 7:00 PM
ATCR 200/202
Children's
Programming
Available
Women's Prayer Group
Crestwood
What a privilege it is to pray for our Crestwood Campus women, community, state, and world. Join us each Thursday at 8:00 a.m. via Zoom as we intentionally “make our request known to God." You will receive the Zoom invitation each week on Monday evening.
Weekly in Zoom
Starting: Jan 12
Online Zoom
Mental Health Support
Blankenbaker
A group for those with family members battling mental health issues.
Thursdays 7:30 PM
WC 464
Children's
Programming
Available
Mighty Oaks - Veterans & First Responders Support
Blankenbaker
This is a support group for veterans and first responders.
Thursdays 7:30 PM
WC 245
Children's
Programming
Available
Moms in Prayer
Blankenbaker
This is a group of moms gathering together to pray for their children.
Thursdays 1:00 PM
ATLR 204
Overcoming Adversity
Blankenbaker
A group for those facing many kinds of obstacles and challenges.
Will not meet over the Summer (June-August). We encourage these individuals to join the Summer Workshop.
***
Children's
Programming
Available
920 // PAL (Parents of Addicted Loved Ones)
Blankenbaker
PAL provides hope through education and support to parents of addicted loved ones.

Each session includes two important parts:

1. An educational component that offers tools for parents to use when trying to save a son or daughter from addiction, including ways to help them in a healthy way rather than enable their addiction.
2. A support component, a time for parents to interact, sharing what has worked—and not worked—for them in their community.

Not only is the physical and emotional health of parents improved, but in many cases their adult loved one reduces or stops their misuse of substances.

For more information, you may contact the group facilitator, Gene Butcher, at 859-539-5353.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Blakenbaker Campus - WC 446
Praying for Your Prodigal
Blankenbaker
This is a group for care and support for those who are praying for their prodigal. Group only meets the second Sunday of the month.
Second Sunday of the Month
ATCR 202
Sexual Identity: Love in the Conflict (Last Tuesday/month)
Blankenbaker
Family and Friends of Same-Sex Attraction
Group meets the last Tuesday of the month.
Contact familyandfriends920@gmail.com for more information.
Single Dads Huddle
Blankenbaker
Come for support, encouragement, and guidance as you walk through real-life situations.
Group Meets On: 1st and 3rd Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
WC 248
Children's
Programming
Available
Single Moms
Blankenbaker
Single Moms
Thursdays 7:30 PM
ATLR 201
Children's
Programming
Available
Teen Support
Blankenbaker
Life is hard, especially in our teen years. This group is specifically for those ages 13 to 17 who are dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, and relational struggles. Students who would like a place for safe sharing of difficult topics are invited as we learn from and find support in one another. The group is facilitated by a number of competent young adults who have a heart for this generation.

Requirements for Attendance:
● Teen and parent/guardian must review and fill out this registration form. This must be complete PRIOR to attending the first group session on September 8, 2022.

Requirements for Group Participation:
● You MUST be AT LEAST 13 years old and AT MOST 17 years old to be in the group.

● All group sessions are held on Thursday evenings at the Blankenbaker site. Group starts between 7:30-7:45 p.m. to allow worship service attendees to arrive. As a courtesy to facilitators and other group members, please arrive no later than 7:45 p.m., as you may not be allowed to enter after 8:00 p.m. The group ends at 8:45 p.m.

● Group facilitators are NOT responsible for your teen before the group’s start time or after the group session has begun. Teens are not allowed to wander around the church building and should remain in the Atrium outside of the group time. Building security staff may address these situations if they arise, but please assist us in keeping your teenagers safe and pick up / drop off at designated times. We appreciate your help on this matter.

● Confidentiality is important in keeping this group a safe resource for all teens. We ask that all topics discussed be kept amongst group members. Exceptions to this request are: plans to harm oneself or others, possible ongoing abuse of minors or elders. In these cases, we reserve the right to break confidentiality and report to the proper authorities. These situations will be addressed individually and away from the group to maintain privacy. Our goal is to support you in the best way we can with safety for everyone in mind. Parents will be notified in appropriate situations.

● By attending this group, teens are committing to participate when appropriate and to unpack the emotional burden of life stressors with each other. This is not a place to “hang out.”

● This is NOT a professional therapy group. If your teen needs professional support, members of our Care Team can provide resources.

● Each group session begins with a quick review of group rules/guidelines for any new members. These rules/guidelines serve to provide an effective and therapeutic environment. Disruptive behavior will first be addressed with individual teens then with the parent/guardian. If disruptive behavior continues to affect group expectations, your teen may not be allowed to return.

● Parents are not permitted to attend the group session.
Will not meet over the Summer (June-August). We encourage these individuals to join the Summer Workshop.
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Women's Abuse
Blankenbaker
Women's Abuse
Thursdays 7:30 PM
Email mendingheart@live.com for meeting location.
Children's
Programming
Available
Women's Addiction & Eating Disorder
Blankenbaker
For women struggling with addiction or eating disorders.
Will not meet over the Summer (June-August). We encourage these individuals to join the Summer Workshop.
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Children's
Programming
Available
Estranged Parents of Adult Children
Blankenbaker
Estranged Parents of Adult Children: This group will seek to provide a safe place to share the many emotions and complexities of estrangement. We will also discuss strategies for reconciliation and healing. The primary resource for this discussion will be the book, "Rules of Estrangement" by Dr. Joshua Coleman.
Meets every other Thursday.
Starting: Sep 8
WC 448
Truth Project Spring 2023
La Grange
Now more than ever, it is critical to have a solid Biblical worldview, yet, according to studies, less than 10% of Christians actually do. This Spring, we will once again bring the Truth Project to the La Grange Campus. Millions of Christians have gone through this transformational study that will challenge you and open your eyes to the truth of God’s Word and His world. We invite you to join us on Tuesdays from 6:30-8:00 p.m. beginning January 24. Please contact Tim Lehmann, tlehmann@secc.org, to register yourself and any children, birth-5th grade.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
La Grange Campus / The Station
Children's
Programming
Available
Morgan's Young Adults Group
Blankenbaker
This is a group for Young Adults, ages 25-35, where we can find community with one another and offer encouragement and support as we seek to follow Jesus.
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Starting: Jan 24
The Block Auditorium
Mosaic (Wives of Sex Addicts)
Blankenbaker
Support and help for wives of sex addicts.
Thursdays 7:30 PM
Email arcwives@hotmail.com or care@secc.org.
Children's
Programming
Available
Widows Community Group // Listening to the Voice of God // Brumley
Bullitt County
We believe you belong here, and we want to help create a community of women healing and walking through loss, whether that loss was last week or ten years ago. Scripture is clear that the church is called to "care for orphans and widows in their distress" (James 1:27). Our church family wants you to know you are loved and seen at our campus.

We'll start with the Study "Listening to the Voice of God" by Margaret Feinberg. Every woman has grappled with questions like, "How do I know if I m following God's plan for my life?" or "What does God want me to do in this situation?" Whenever we face challenges, struggles, or important decisions, our first place to turn is to God. But who hasn't struggled to discern God's voice just when we need it most?

God's Word tells us that He is a lamp unto our feet, but lamps often only illuminate our next step forward. As busy women in today's times, we want to run ahead of God and seek from Him not a lamp, but a spotlight. "Listening to the Voice of God" will teach women how to slow down, wait on God, and hear His voice through all the clutter of life. In doing so, we can walk with peace and confidence down the path He has set for us.
Fridays 10:00 AM
Starting: Jan 27
Single Moms Community Group // Sermon Study // Sanders
Bullitt County
**New group** This a new group led by Jennifer Sanders for single moms who are looking for community, accountability in their walk with Jesus, and support from other moms in the same season. Whether you're a newly single mom or you've always parented solo, this is a group for you.

We will meet from 5:00-7:00 p.m. on Sundays starting on February 5 to share a meal and discuss the current sermon series and any other life challenges that come up. Kids are welcome!
Sundays 5:00 AM
Starting: Feb 5
Men's Group // Nelson County // Redmon
Bullitt County
This Nelson County Men's Group will be focusing on the current sermon series while building community and supporting each other as we walk in faith. This groups meets at 6:00 p.m. in Springfield.
Mondays 6:00 PM
Moms of High Schoolers Lifeline Group
Bullitt County
Looking for parenting experts? Not us. Looking for the EASY button for raising teenagers? Haven't found it. What we do know is that a relationship with Jesus and having community can make raising teenagers in today's culture a little easier. We hope to build a safe place for moms to share their struggles, to laugh about the craziness that comes with this season, to encourage other moms, and to learn how to lean on Jesus through it all.

This group will meet every other Wednesday during HSM programming starting February 15.
Wednesdays 7:00 PM
Starting: Feb 15
BC Campus
Bullitt County In-Person Morning Men's Group // Brian Roach
Bullitt County
Meet and grow with other like-minded Christian men who would like to kick off the weekend (every other week) with prayer, some Scripture, and fellowship! Our mission is to build a strong group of men who have a heart for our Bullitt County community and those who need help in it. We will build a group of "I know a guy" men who are willing to help when the church needs us with any project in our community! We hope you will join us every other Saturday beginning February 4 at 6:30 a.m.
Every other Saturday
Starting: Feb 4