Small Group Snapshot
- Once per week, lasting 1-2 hours
- Regularly throughout the fall and spring
- All types of groups: women only, men only, co-ed, intergenerational
- Purpose: authentic community and spiritual growth
Small Group Curriculum
For more Faith and Culture small group resources, click here.
We desire to see you in a growing relationship with God. We want you to come to church and to be plugged in and connect with others in our church. Small groups provide an environment where this can happen by intentionally gathering people to help each other grow in loving God and doing his will.
As you study and discuss the Bible with others, you will be encouraged and equipped to live in such a way that your life will glorify God. You will know what Paul describes as "mutual encouragement in faith" in Romans.
As a follower of Jesus you are a missionary, and it is our hope that your faith will increase and you will teach others about God. Disciples making disciples – this is the aim of small groups.
What do we do?
Small groups use a sermon-based study guide for discussion during the week before the sermon is preached. Each week the ideal blueprint is your personal study of Scripture, followed by small group discussion, and then gathering together on Sunday for the proclamation of the gospel through the teaching of a pastor. Small groups are a great way to get to know people, learn together and enjoy friendship, Bible study and prayer with one another.
Where do we meet?
For a complete list of existing small groups and locations, click here.
How do I join?
Contact Kimberly Chassay, Discipleship Coordinator, if you have any questions.
What about my kids?
Childcare is managed on a group-by-group basis. Individual groups decide together how they will handle childcare in a way that works for them.
Would you consider hosting or facilitating a small group? Complete the application, and we will contact you!