Small groups are a unique environment where individuals meet weekly to openly engage in spiritual discourse, encouragement of one another, and be moved toward personal application of what the Lord is teaching them. Each type of gathering (large, medium, small) contributes uniquely to the needs of the individual and the overall purposes of the Church (Sunday Worship, Flock Groups, and Small Groups). While Sunday Worship and Flocks minister broadly, and thus expected for all, Small Groups are designed to meet the specific needs of each individual. Thus we encourage each person to engage in Small Groups according to where they most need to grow.
Bible Study… collectively digging into God’s Word to deepen knowledge, understanding, and appropriate application of a particular section of Scripture, and building relationships as you help others grow in spiritual maturity and sharpen their Bible Study skills.
EquipU… focusing targeted attention on a particular theme or responsibility in Scripture in order to bring that area more fully under the Lordship of Christ, along with encouraging and assisting others to do the same.
Praxis… reflecting upon previously taught truths, engaging in spiritual discourse, and applying spiritual truths to life in such a way promotes spiritual growth, fellowship, and maturing in all participants. Meet in host home to discuss the sermon questions, memory verse, catechism portions posted in the bulletin each week.