HOW SMALL GROUPS HAVE CHANGED
While our vision for small groups remains the same - how we gather must look differently during this time. Most of our small groups have moved to meeting via zoom. While there are challenges with this, we're thankful that small groups have become even more accessible for many in our church. Some groups meet later, after children are in bed, to help with childcare concerns. Others are enjoying being able to participate without having to drive back and forth. For some, if small groups weren't an option before there's a good chance they are now!
HOW SMALL GROUPS REMAIN THE SAME
Sunday morning worship is an important part of what we do but it can't be all that we do. Small groups are a way for us to us experience and live out much of what the New Testament expects for Christian community. We also know that life is meant to be shared and so we hope that small groups add a richness to our lives and to the lives of those we gather with that we might otherwise not experience.
TWO TYPES OF GROUPS
The number of groups we have varies depending on what season we're in - some are short term and some are long term but majority of our church takes part in one of these two types of groups.
Connect Groups are short term groups helping us to connect with God and each other. They take place in the Fall, Winter, and Spring.
Community Groups are long term groups for growing in and living out Christian Community. They meet every week for the majority of the year, taking a "rest" during Summer months and major holidays.
"What then shall we say, brothers and sisters? When you come together, each of you has a hymn, or a word of instruction, a revelation, a tongue or an interpretation. Everything must be done so that the church may be built up." (1 Corinthians 14:26)
If you want to take your faith to the next level,
we'd love to talk to you about Community Groups.
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