God designed us to be in community with each other.
Groups at The Kirk are designed to help you meet other people and grow in your faith. If you are interested in learning more about our groups, click on the links below.
These groups meet together regularly to study the Bible, pray, care for one another, and serve together. No matter your age or stage in life, we believe being part of a group is a vital part of being transformed by the Gospel.
Some groups’ schedules have changed due to COVID-19. Please check with the group leader to find out if they are meeting right now and if so, whether they are meeting online or in person.
Bible Study Groups
If you’re wanting to grow in knowledge and application of the Bible, a Bible Study Group is for you. The primary focus of these groups is to study the Bible together. Each week will include a lecture style presentation, a small group discussion, or a combination of both approaches.
Some groups’ schedules have changed due to COVID-19. Please check with the group leader to find out if they are meeting right now and if so, whether they are meeting online or in person
Pastor Dan’s Bible Studies
Pastor Dan has two different Bible studies that will take place this spring- Wednesdays at 6:30 a.m. and Thursdays (in Spanish) at 11:30 a.m. Both Bible studies will premiere on the Kirk of the Hills Facebook page and here on our website (click on the Bible Studies tab at the top of the page). Below is information regarding each of the studies.
Wednesday Mornings (6:30 a.m.)
“WHO’S ON THE THRONE? God’s way v. Man’s way” – A study in 2 Kings
King David is dying — who will sit on his throne? Will they honor God or follow the pattern of other kings and serve themselves? Join us as we follow this story but also ask the question of ourselves: “Will I choose God’s way or follow man’s way to significance and success?”
Thursdays (In Spanish)
“Reyes”- Un estudio de 2 Kings
One of our core values as a church is to be saturated in prayer. Our Prayer Groups meet to pray for the ministry of our church and the concerns of our city, country, and world.
We offer virtual prayer meetings on a weekly basis. The meetings are held via Zoom every Monday at 6:00 p.m. and there is a different focus of prayer each week.
The Zoom meetings are password protected. If you would like to participate in the prayer meetings, please contact Jamye Ryan, Communications Director, and she will send you the password and Zoom link.
Women of Worth (WOW)
In the Spring semester for WOW we will study Haggai, the second shortest book in the Old Testament with the most precise historical dating of all the books in the whole of Scripture. Haggai writes to God’s people who are trying to find their home in a “new place” that does not yet feel normal, settled, or safe. And Haggai asks the right questions that help us to “give careful thought” about work, family, country, home, worship, what it means to belong to the Lord, and hope for the first-coming of God’s Messiah.
And Haggai asks every generation of his readers significant questions for which “careful thought” is needed. How are we to use our time? Why is it hard to trust God when our expectations are not met? Why do we long for how things used to be compared to the present? How are we to trust God in times when our hands are empty, and our hopes seem fragile?
Haggai’s voice blends with the voices of Zechariah and Ezra in challenging God’s people to put first things first through faith and obedience and offers a hope during a time of a “new normal” that is full God’s glory and goodness.
The start date is Monday, February 1 and will go through April 26. March 15 WOW will be off for Tulsa Spring Break.
You can register by clicking the button below or by calling The Kirk office at 918.494.7088.