"They committed themselves to the apostles' teaching, life together, shared meals and to prayer." Acts 2:42
Small groups exist to provide a place where we can fulfill the purpose of becoming fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Each group is designed to support our progress in discipleship through Bible study, interactive discussion, prayer for each other, and accountability for applying the truth in our lives.
We all know what it feels like to have life disappoint us and not work out as we’d hoped. We all know what it’s like to long for something different, something better, something more.Louie Giglio’s, The Comeback, celebrates new beginnings. It offers encouragement and perspective, and it’s for you if you feel frustrated or confused, if you’re enduring hardship or pain, if you’ve made mistakes or are grieving, if you’re defeated or feel as though you’ve lost your way. It’s never too late, and you’re never too far—everybody needs a comeback.In this six-week study, we’ll celebrate the good news that God is in the business of giving fresh starts to people. He gives hope to the hopeless. Direction to the directionless. Help to those who need help. God’s plans will always prevail, even when our plans don’t.
Sign up for a Small Group in the Glory Café on Sundays, Jan. 14 & 21.Study guides will be available for purchase for $6 each.
When Do Small Groups Meet?Small groups generally meet in homes for study sessions, either weekly or every other week. Each group chooses its own meeting schedule and day of the week to meet. Most small groups meet September - November and January - May. Some groups meet occasionally during the summer months.
OutreachWe ask each small group to participate in at least one outreach activity each term. The Small Group Ministry Team will provide ideas for small groups to serve individually and will also assist in coordinating multi-group clusters for serving.