Small groups are gatherings where we have the opportunity to connect with others and learn something new about God, ourselves, and others. Small groups are about asking questions, discovering and practicing the answers, and then asking the question again. They’re about learning to love God and others.
Small groups typically require a commitment but several offer the opportunity to learn more about it before going all in. Generally a small group will meet anywhere from 4- 8 weeks on a designated day and time. The place depends on the small group. We have several groups that run for only a season and others that become regular gatherings in our lives. And if you have an idea for a group, let us know, we'd love to have a conversation with you about it. If you are interested in learning more or joining a group, please check out the offerings below or contact Mariah Miskimen.
On the second Tuesday of the month, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, the women of the church gather for a evening of tasty treats and a craft or mission project. It's a come when you can and leave when you have to kinda thing. Friends and kids welcome. Check out the calendar for specifics each month.
League of Ordinary Gents
Home Groups are weekly gatherings structured around a simple question: “How is your life in God?” The very act of asking that question on a weekly basis causes you to pay more attention to your spiritual life. Asking that one question at any one home group meeting might not seem significant, but asking that question in the presence of like-minded friends on an ongoing, weekly basis, is a practice that the Holy Spirit can use to change your life. In the same way, doing a few push-ups on any particular day won’t do much at all, but doing a few push-ups every day for years will make a great deal of difference. We’re asking everyone to consider being a part of a Home Group as well as looking for 10 individuals to lead a group. Interested in a group or being a leader? Fill out the form below to let us know.