Bible Study For All Ages

Sundays at 9:45 a.m.

Small Groups are a great opportunity to meet other Christians, study the Bible, pray for one another, and experience Christian community.  There is a place for you in Bible Study at FBC Meadow!  We have classes for all ages and nursery care is available during all Sunday Morning activities.

  • "Adult One" cLASS

    Dr. Jim Ridenhour teaches this class using the "Explore the Bible" materials from LifeWay.  The class currently meets in the Fellowship Hall, and includes older adult couples and singles.

  • "Lydia" class

    Jackie Pendergrass teaches this Ladies Class named for a "God-fearing woman."  The class uses the "Explore the Bible" materials from Lifeway.  Their room is in the Sunday School Hall.


    Karissa Slayton teaches this class, whose Greek name means "a disciplined follower of the Master."  The class is currently studying "Living by Faith" in Hebrews 11 and is a multi-generational small group.  Their room is in the Sunday School Hall.

  • "el Roi" yOUTH CLASS

    Nancy Tekell and Trevor Brockway team teach this class, whose name means "the God who sees."  The Youth Room is located in Sunday School Hall.

  • "Foundation Station"

    Megan Gscheidle teaches the older children's class ranging from Kindergarten to 5th grades.  Their room is in the Sunday School Hall.  Children in this age group attend worship with their parents.


    Kimberly McArthur teaches children ranging from 3-4 years of age with structured, age-appropriate materials.  Children in this age group attend worship with their parents.


    The nursery is provided for all church-wide services and activities for children ages 0-2 years of age.  The nursery is located in the Sunday School Hall.

Gin's Men's Bible Study

Tuesday Mornings at the Gin there is a short twenty-minute Bible Study beginning at 8:00 am.  Those present spend just a few minutes discussing a verse or two of Scripture as we set our hearts and minds for the day.  The coffee is always on.

Wednesday Evening Bible Study

Wednesday Evening Bible Study for all age groups runs from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and coincides with the Meadow ISD School Calendar.  Watch for details on when we'll start back up for the fall semester.  The first Wednesday of each month is PIZZA NIGHT!  During all other Wednesdays, desserts are served for the Adults and Youth, and snacks are provided for the children.  The Adult Study led by the pastor meets in the New Fellowship Hall.  The Youth Study (6th-12th Grade) meets in the Youth Bible Study room.  Children (K-5th Grade) spend half the evening in Bible Study in the Old Fellowship Hall, and the other half in graded children's choirs held in the Sanctuary.  Nursery care is available each Wednesday evening.

Other ministries and missions we support and participate in.

FBC supports ministries and missions both locally and across the globe financially and with volunteer help.  There are plenty of areas to get involved!

  • Grief Share

    GriefShare is a 13-week, grief recovery support group. Each biblically based session includes a video, workbook support, and group discussion where church members and others in our area can find help and healing for the hurt of losing a loved one. Our next scheduled session is slated for January 2025.

  • Operation Christmas Child

    Early each fall, church families gather supplies for Operation Christmas Child.  Included with the OCS shoebox gifts that delight the hearts of boys and girls in more than 100 countries each year, is the message of Jesus Christ and His love for them.

  • South Plains College BSM

    Along with budgeted support of the South Plains College Baptist Student Ministry in Levelland, TX, the church also provides a lunch meal each semester during one of the scheduled events at the BSM.  FBC is well-known on the SPC campus for the Mexican Casseroles that members of the church provide as up to 120 students are fed each time.

  • mobile food pantry

    Our church budgets financial support monthly for those in need in the Meadow area through the Mobile Food Pantry in association with the South Plains Food Bank.  Volunteers from the church along with members of Meadow High School Student Council help distribute food once every other month at the Ropesville Football Field.

  • Terry County Pak-Pals

    Terry County Pak Pals helps feed over 330 elementary age children in need every weekend in our county while schools are in session.  That number includes more than 30 children right here in Meadow.  Volunteers from our church provide assistance three or four times during each school year in putting together weekend food packs distributed by the school at the end of each class week.  To be a part, check the church calendar for the dates and times.

  • Meadow community Pantry

    During the Thanksgiving Season each year, the church has a month-long food drive to help support the local food pantry located at City Hall in Meadow.  Our children also replenish the Community Pantry as a service project each summer during Vacation Bible School.