What are Small Groups?
Faith comes most alive in intentional community. This requires us to take a next step, moving beyond showing up and listening on Sundays. Small groups are the primary vehicle for us to consider how the Sunday lesson will be acted out in our lives. Consider taking this necessary step in your own growth, by signing-up to join a small group.
For many, small groups offer an ideal environment to intentionally connect with others that are hoping to grow spiritually and have healthy relationships.
Our small groups are a mix of ages, genders, married, and singles, meeting three to four times a month. Each meeting typically includes times of sharing, study, and prayer. These are groups of people committed to living out the truths revealed in scripture.
Small groups run during the school year and typically take breaks during the summers and holidays.
If you’re not currently in a small group, new groups start every Fall and Spring.
If interested in learning more about small groups, please email Grant Armstrong
Each October and February we help people get connected by launching new small groups. These first few weeks share our vision for group life and help people get to know one another.
During the week, small groups spend time discussing the thoughts presented on Sunday and how they may connect to life.
This practice allows our groups to reflect and respond to scripture in concrete ways as a community.
Click HERE to find the weekly small group questions and the study guide.
What is Starting Point?
Wondering about God, Jesus, or the Bible? Starting Point is an eight-week small group that provides an opportunity to explore faith in a very safe, non-threatening environment. In fact, no question is off-limits. As a result of this group, you’ll experience a taste of what it’s like to be in community with other people on a similar journey.
Each Sunday afternoon, a small group of people will gather together to walk through topics like Jesus, faith, problems, grace, rules, and trust.
What are Recovery Groups?
Recovery groups are focused on a specific aspect of the recovery journey.
Currently we are running Wounded Hearts, Her Journey, and Radical Time Out.
Wounded hearts is a group available for female victims of childhood sexual abuse.
Her Journey is for women experiencing physical, spiritual, emotional, or mental abuse.
Radical Time Out is a ministry for people, family, and friends affected by incarceration.
For more information about Her Journey, please call 866.262.9284.
Everybody is invited to join Radical Time Out on Thursday nights at 6:00pm for a meal, meeting others, and learning life changing truths. This bible study event is a part of Koinonia House National Ministries.
What are Community Classes?
Community Classes are educational opportunities for the church and broader community at large.
Our current class does a deeper dive on the bible and meets on Sunday morning during the second church service, beginning at 10:30am. The class is lead by Dave Wiegman, Gary Larson, and Stuart Ericson