Joining a small group is one of the most significant ways to grow deeper in your relationship with Jesus and with others. Because relationships require time and investment to develop, small groups are a way we commit to walking our spiritual journey with a smaller group of people.
If you’re looking for relationships, attending an event hosted by a community group or serving in a ministry are great places to start. Then, as relationships grow, you might consider joining or starting a small group with one or two other friends.
How to Join or Lead a Small Group
Our church has a number of small groups that have formed which meet regularly. Some are at full capacity, while others are ready to welcome some more participants. Some groups meet online, some in-person. There are a variety of options. In addition, at the start of our sermon series in the Fall and Winter, we usually start one or two new groups.
Many small groups and Bible studies are now starting up for Lent 2022. Some small groups discuss the weekly sermon. Some study a book of the Bible, or a particular topic. There are also both men's and women's Bible studies focusing on the Gospel of Luke. If you're curious about getting involved in an existing small group, Bible study, or starting a group of your own, please reach out to Lauren at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small Group Discussion Questions
If your group is looking to go deeper in your study of the weekly Scripture passage and sermon, check out our sermon discussion question page.
Why Join a Small Group?