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.
Why Join a Small Group?
How to Join or Lead a Small Group
Our church has two cycles of all-church small groups, one in the fall and one in the winter. Each small group cycle runs for about 8-10 weeks, usually in conjunction with the start of a new season or sermon series. These small groups are opportunities to grow in community, go deeper in the study of the sermon series and Scriptures, and experience spiritual formation.
In addition, various small groups with a specific focus are offered throughout the year. For example, some community groups offer short-term small groups, like a men’s Bible study or a women’s book study. At different times, the pastors offer spiritual formation small groups for those exploring the Christian faith or looking to take a next step as a disciple-maker.
To find out about small group openings and sign up for one of our Winter 2018 all-church small groups (running from Feb.-March), click here. To inquire about leading a small group, reach out to Pastor Becky at email@example.com.