Community Bible Study



Come see what happens in people’s lives when they discover God through the study of His Word, the Bible. Our class meets weekly during the school year with small group discussions and large group teaching. Each class participant receives a course book with a commentary and home study questions. 

Registration is open for our 2023-2024 study of Ruth & Samuel and Ephesians for either in-person or live online core groups.

We offer study groups for Women (in-person and online), Children and Youth (co-ed, in-person only), and Agape (co-ed, in-person only). Agape is an in-depth Bible study for adults with intellectual disabilities. See the Ministries Section (below) for more information.

If you would like to join an online core group, please choose your preferred meeting time (morning or evening) when you register below.




This is a Women's Class
THU at 9:45 AM - 11:30 AM


Our class meets in person at Crossroads Fellowship on Thursday mornings from 9:45 - 11:30 am. We also offer live online core groups: Thursdays 10:00 - 11:00 am or Thursdays 7:00 - 8:00 pm. 

Agape participants, please choose the Main option and contact our Coordinator, Gail Strang at to request the Agape class.


Currently Studying: Ruth and Samuel, Ephesians

In Ruth and I & II Samuel, we will encounter the stories of Ruth, Samuel, David and others who experienced dreams deferred and relationships broken, shattered hopes and shameful failures. In spite of personal trauma and national anarchy, we will find God moving to create the lineage of Jesus, revealing His plan for redemption. Strong leaders will arise. We have much to learn from these leaders who are more like us than we might imagine.

We will end our year in the New Testament letter of Ephesians. In this ancient letter, we find answers to haunting questions like: Who are we? Why are we here? How can we know we belong? Ephesians reveals God's eternal plan to redeem His people, unite them in community, and teach them to live in freedom and peace. In this study, we find the belonging, identity, and purpose for which we desperately long.




Amy Pitman
Teaching Director
Gretchen Kowalczyk
Associate Teaching Director
Gail Strang


Next Gen Ministry


Agape Participants
• Are 18 years or older.
• Read, write, and communicate, either independently or with help.
• Likely have a job, attend school, or are active in the community, yet need help with activities of
daily living.
• Likely have not been exposed to an in-depth Bible study but desire to learn.
• Enjoy connecting with an Agape leader and fellow Agape and class participants.
• Desire to become confident to study the Word of God in a caring and comfortable environment.
• Aspire to complete weekly study questions.
• Demonstrate a desire to engage in dynamic group discussion and prayer.

Upcoming Events

Locations and registration

Year 2023-2024

Click here for more info on this session and registration fees.

-Crossroads Fellowship-Women, Children and Youth and Agape

If you are interested in the AGAPE (Special Needs) group, please contact the Class Coordinator, Gail Strang at

2721 E Millbrook Rd, Raleigh, 27604

Thu at 09:45 AM - 11:30 AM



RALEIGH - NC Adult Ministry 1

Meets online only

Thu at 07:00 PM - 08:30 PM



RALEIGH - NC Adult Ministry 2

Meets online only

Thu at 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM