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Our small groups offer a place for individual spiritual growth while at the same time giving you an opportunity to experience community and a sense of family. We gather in small groups to care for each other, as well as our neighbors and our community. We meet needs, encourage one another, and share the good news about Jesus Christ. If you are looking for an opportunity to learn, grow spiritually, and find connection to the church family, then give groups a try!


  • Lifelong friendships begin in small groups. 
    Most people who have been a part of a group say the greatest benefit is the close relationships and friendships that develop.  Getting connected to those we worship with is important.  We pass through life in large crowds, but we live life in small groups.  God has created in each of us a longing to know others and be known by them.  We are instructed to love on another, encourage on another, pray for one another and bear one another’s burdens.   And that is the goal of the small group.

  • You can explore the Bible more fully in small groups. 
    Most of us would not raise our hands during a sermon to ask a question.  In a small group you can ask all the questions you want about what you are studying.  You can discuss situations and life experiences in relation to Biblical truths.  You can go deeper into the Word. 

  • You will experience first hand the power of prayer in a small group. 
    There is nothing like people who know and care about you and your situation taking it to the Lord on your behalf.  In praying together with a few others, we are drawn together and we find answers to the needs in our lives.

  • It is Biblical.
    Acts 2:42  “They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.”  Acts 2:46-47  “Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts.  They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people.”   God wants us to meet in smaller gatherings, in places like our neighborhoods where we can reach those that would otherwise not be reached.


Thanks for submitting!

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