At FBC Martin, our adults and youth are encouraged to join Life Groups (Sunday School classes are for our children).  Life Groups meet Sunday mornings at 9:45 AM, immediately following the Traditional Service and out in time to attend the Contemporary Service. In Life Groups you can expect to experience genuine community through time together in God's Word and prayer. Below is a list of our current Youth, College, and Adult Life Groups, as well as some frequently asked questions about our Life Group ministry at FBC Martin.

Youth (6-12)

B Hallway: Rms B243-B250


Jeffrey McEwen & Walt Weber - Fellowship Hall

ages 20-39

Philip & Lisa Smartt - Rm A112

Jamie & Katie Mantooth - Rm 408

Josh & Bethany Allen - Rm A116

Daniel & Shelley Hutchins - Rm A215

David & Lindsey Owens - Rm 305 (Parlor)

ages 40-59

Ben Jones - Rm 301 (Choir Room)

James & Melani Yarbro - Rm B241

John & Diana Fulcher - Rm A214

Susie Lewis - Rm 334

Thomas & Sue Brewer - Rm B243

Bobby King - Rm C281

ages 60+

Bill Fuqua - Rm 403

Jerry Landrum & Ronnie Breeden - Rm A218

William Ofenheusle - Rm A216

Roger Morris - Rm C283-285

George Daniel - Rm A114

Jim Ketterman -Rm A112

Wendell Cates - Rm A115

Cheryl Boyte - Rm A113

David Gibson - Rm A111

Rhelda Barron - Rm A118

Lowell Fields - Rm A220

LIFE GROUP Frequently asked questions

What Are Life Groups? 

Life Groups are part of the relationship building and education ministry of FBC Martin. They are made up of people from all walks of life, many of whom are at the same stage in life as you. 

What Happens in Life Groups?

Participation in small groups is vital to a healthy, Christian lifestyle. Why? Because life happens in small groups. We believe that the most effective way to promote spiritual growth is to develop significant relationships with one another. Small groups help facilitate and grow these relationships. Secondly, small groups help us meet and minister to the needs of others more effectively. If you're not a member of a Life Group, it is very likely that your ministry needs will never be met sufficiently.