God created us for community. Groups are a great place to connect with other people, grow in Christ & share the love of Jesus with others.
Small groups meet throughout the week in a variety of homes & locations throughout the area. The focus of the small group meeting is to apply the weekend message (whatever the pastor spoke about) to our lives.
What if I don’t know anything about the Bible?
That’s fine! The group is structured so everyone can participate, and you will find yourself learning as you go along. The emphasis of a small group is application of the Bible. You won’t have to read or pray aloud if you don’t choose to do so. Just come and enjoy!
What’s a small group like?
Group meetings can vary somewhat from week to week, but a meeting typically opens with a fun icebreaker question, and then we discuss how to apply the Bible to our lives. We pray for one another and make plans to reach out to others.
But small groups don’t just stay in living rooms! Sometimes groups hold fun social events, such as eating out together. And small groups regularly serve others together, i.e. serve food at a local mission, or paint a neighbor’s living room.
Sunday Groups meet on Sunday mornings for approximately one hour. A typical group will include a lesson taught by one of the leaders and a time of discussion and prayer. Lessons can cover a variety of topics, but focus on in depth study of the Bible.
For more information on Sunday Groups, contact Bruce Hazel at email@example.com.
Study groups are offered twice a year starting in January and August. Use the button below to learn about the five groups (Basic Bible Doctrine I, Divorce Support, Parent Support Group, Parenting Overview Course, & Spiritual Formation) that will start on August 1, 2022.
What is a Study Group?
An excellent opportunity to connect in community with others and grow into a well-rounded faith. These short-term groups cover a variety of topics including leadership, doctrine, growing in your faith, marriage, parenting, & more.
Contact Tim Lucas at firstname.lastname@example.org