SMALL GROUPS


FIND YOUR PEOPLE. GROW YOUR FAITH.



Why Small Groups?

We believe that the Christian Faith is best expressed in the context of a community of other believers.

While our worship services are a great place to express, together, our devotion to Jesus, a small group of believers can be a more appropriate place to share doubts and struggles, be encouraged, ask questions, and experience life together.

No two small groups are the same. Some focus on study, others on support, some gather around a specific ministry or affinity, and still others are a mix of all those elements.


FIND A GROUP BY AGE/STAGE:

20s-30s age groups

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30s-50s age groups

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50s and up groups

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Groups for all ages

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HOW WE CATEGORIZE OUR GROUPS:

Community

Equal parts social & bible study.

Study

Focuses primarily on bible or book study.

Affinity

Focuses on a particular activity or hobby shared by group members.



SHORT TERM GROUPS & CLASSES
Alpha Course

A 10-week small group focused on the basics of what Christian’s believe. This is a good place to get started. Includes dinner and childcare. [Alpha page]

Financial Peace University (FPU)

A popular study from Dave Ramsey about creating a budget, paying down debt, and saving for the future.

Pastor’s Bible Study

This class covers multiple studies throughout the year. It meets Wednesday mornings and is open to adults. [current study]




OTHER GROUPS
United Methodist Men / United Methodist Women

The United Methodist Church has two unique organizations within the congregation, the United Methodist Men and the United Methodist Women.

Both the UMM and the UMW are engaged in social events, Bible studies, and service projects. Visit their page to learn more.

Young Families Group

The Young Families Group is loosely organized around monthly social events. This is a great place for new families to get connected with no commitment to a regular meeting/study. Visit our Facebook Page to get connected.


HOW TO JOIN A SMALL GROUP
  1. Choose the group that best fits you and your schedule.
  2. Contact the leader via email or phone call (or email us and we’ll put you in touch)
  3. Show up. (some groups changes times/locations frequently so make sure you get the most up-to-date info from the leader)

Don’t see what you’re looking for?
If you have an idea for a group, we’d love to hear about it. Whether you want to lead a group or just help something new get started, contact us to learn how to make it happen.