Emmaus Discipleship

Welcome to our discipleship page! Here you will find resources to help you grow closer to Jesus. Check this page often as we will keep it up to date with new opportunities.


Adult Bible Study

Sunday Morning, 9:15am


  • We have Groups for all ages and all stages of life. Getting involved with a Group is a key part of deepening your relationship with God and others. Our Groups pray together, serve together, study God’s Word, and minister to our community.

  • If you don’t know where to start, visit the Welcome Center inside the Main Entrance and we’ll help you find a Group that matches your needs. Or, call ahead to 405-691-6646 and we'll match you with a Group ahead of time.

Bible Study Group Information

We are here to assist in finding a group for you.

Age Range


Sunday nights during the school year are times where various ministry opportunities can be pursued, primarily outside of the church building. We explain this using the acronym F.L.E.X.


Fellowship - This is time to get together with other believers and encourage one another, discuss scripture, confess sin, pray for each other, etc. This can happen in a small group, around a coffee table, at the driving range, wherever! If you’re interested in small groups please contact Jeff Hemphill (jeff@emmausokc.org).

Potential Activities:

  • Small Groups

  • SS Fellowships

  • Dinner with other believers

  • Men’s Groups (Room 200, 8PM Most Monday nights, 8AM Most Saturday mornings, Please call beforehand to confirm schedule.

  • NEST 

Leadership Development

  • Leadership Development - This will be short term, specialized studies and meetings offered at various times throughout the year.

  • Potential Activities:

  • Financial Peace University

  • Griefshare

  • SS Leadership Meetings

  • Women’s Bible study


Evangelism - Taking an opportunity to identify the lost people in your life and build a relationship with them for the intent purpose of sharing the Gospel.

         Potential Activities:

  • Inviting a lost coworker over to your house for dinner

  • Hosting a neighborhood picnic

  • Bake something to gift to someone

  • Get out in public to share faith (waiter, cashier, etc.)


Taking time to rest physically and engage in activities that recharge you spiritually.

Potential Activities:

  • Spend time doing something fun with your family like games or out bowling

  • Eat dinner together

  • Family worship such as reading the Route 66 plan and/or singing worship songs

For more information about Sunday Night options email Jeff Hemphill,

Discipleship Ministry Director


Monthly Bulletin

The monthly Bulletin is filled with opportunities to connect with one another and to server our communities. Printed bulletins are available during each service. If you forget yours, please feel free to download a copy here.