Small Groups provide a place to build friendships, grow spiritually and live out the mission God has given us.
Our groups meet at all different times of the week and in all sorts of locations.
They typically consist of 8-1 5 people, and are committed to learning and growing together through studying the Bible, reading topical books about the Christian life, or various video series.
Women's IF Tables
The goal of IF Table is simple: two hours, four questions, six women.
We based these numbers on Acts 2:46. The intent is to prepare a simple meal, pull up chairs to the table, and ask questions that reveal where women are in a real, authentic way.
Our hope is that, as women come together around the table, they are able to be known and get to know others and live out discipleship in an environment that is safe and personal.
The best relationship usually begins with a meal. The first Christians knew it. It's not just for newcomers. It's a great place to make new connections and build old ones. Supper Clubs are a group of 8-10 people who meet monthly in homes.
Men gathering together monthly in small groups where we challenge each other as we grow together, becoming disciples.
Whether you are married, single, starting college or your career, retired, or somewhere in between there is a group for you.
Each group is committed to making a spiritual impact in our families, communities, workplace and beyond.
Inductive Bible study is an approach to God's Word focusing on three basic steps that move from a general overview to specifics. The steps are observation, interpretation and application.
Classic groups focus around stages of life and topical issues such as marriage, family, raising children or teens as well as college and careers.
We value ethnic diversity and you are welcome to any group, however, if you are looking for a group that is specific to your nationality or heritage there are a couple groups below that meet regularly.
GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who walk alongside you through one of life's most difficult experiences of losing a loved one.
Freedom and Support
These support groups offer a safe and steady place where people can be vulnerable with one another and walk the path of healing together, to move beyond places they feel stuck, and to become healthy at relating again.
Weekly Prayer on Friday Mornings 6:30 am in the Church Sanctuary
Men's Intercessory Prayer: 2nd and 4th Saturday at 5:30 pm
Men's Prayer Breakfast: 1st Saturday 8:30 to 10:30 am in the Coffee Shop
Multi-church Prayer and Worship Services: See church bulletin for details.