We are called to be disciples of Jesus Christ.  The process of becoming disciples happens through bible study, small group relationships and sharing stories of God's involvement in our lives.  At FBC Scottsdale, we offer many opportunities to grow in discipleship.  

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Sunday Mornings:
Koinonia class meets Sunday mornings in E102 from 10:30-11:45a. This class has quarterly get-togethers in addition to studying the Bible each Sunday.

Desert Disciples meet Sunday mornings at 10:30a in the Chapel.

Lighthouse - 9:00a in the E101 

Wednesday Evenings:  PB&J gathers for prayer and bible study from 6:15 - 7:30p in Winfield's Coffee.

Thursday Mens Breakfast meets from 6:30-8:00a. The great breakfast leads into a time studying the Bible. A variety of topics are discussed and men are encouraged to live out their faith. Enjoy good food and good study all in one morning.

Connection Luncheon:  Eating lunch and hearing from different individuals with various passions (artwork, history, civic responsibilities, etc.) are what connection luncheons are about. Great time to meet with other retired people and learn about various activities and people. 

Women's Tuesday Evening Community Group:  This women's group meets off campus on Tuesday nights from 6:30 - 8:00p. This is a great opportunity to get plugged in with some great women in our community of faith. 

Guys Night Out:  Men are invited every second Monday from 6:00 - 7:30p to gather in C2 to share a meal and stories of faithful trial and triumph. 


Girls Night In: Hey ladies of all ages! We will meet the first Monday of every month with an evening of de-stressing, snacking and chatting. Join us at Katie’s house (7633 E 4th St Scottsdale, AZ) at 7p for a testimony, time of release, and some much-needed rest. Bring a snack to share if you can, a friend, and an open heart.


Young Adult Small Group:  Our 20 somethings gather twice a month for study and sharing as well as once a month for playful fellowship.  Newcomers are always welcome!