People should sign up for small group beause you can't lose. You meet new people at church, you find time with the Lord and it's a recharge for the week. Plus, you get a whole new set of friends that will help you grow.
I found my friends in a small group and now my kids have grown up with their kids. It was like having another batch of moms at my disposal, and truthfully it’s been a great growing experience for our entire family
Because of my small group I can now walk through life knowing I have more than 20 brothers in Christ to call upon in my time of need…or success. In those small group settings you’ll figure things about yourself that may surprise you.
My small group helped me many times through the years especially after I experienced loss. They were there for me, they prayed for me, and they were just like sisters. If you are hesitant to sign up, my advice is to give it a try.
• Register now for one of our Fall 2022 groups before they fill up - CLICK HERE
• Our groups launch 3 times a year -- Fall, Winter, & Spring.
• Most groups meet in-person, but a few are on Zoom.
• Groups are where like-minded people meet to discuss faith on a practical level.
• Mondays at 7pm (in-person)
Is Jesus of Nazareth really the Son of God? Sift through fascinating historical evidence with Pastor Jason in the 6-week video study "The Case for Christ" by Lee Strobel, a legal journalist and one-time atheist.
Starts Oct 3, 2022, ends Nov 21, 2022.
Limited spots available – Please save this seat for someone who doesn't fully know Jesus!
*For Seekers, Skeptics, and New Believers*
• Wed at 11am (in-person)
• Wed at 7pm (zoom)
Each Wednesday throughout the year, join Pastor Theresa in a study to help you along on your own personal faith journey. Choose an in-person group (11am) or Zoom group (7pm).
Current Study "The Patriarchs of Genesis: Abraham, Isaac and Jacob"
Starts Oct 5, 2022 and runs for 8 weeks
We’re passionate about training small group leaders and providing you with the tools and training to lead your group better. Contact Karen Gyimesi, Director of Next Steps, for more information.