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Email Todd Wentz at email@example.com to learn more about joining a Small Group
Why Small Groups?
Although much can be said about the work of the early church, it can be summarized by saying that the New Testament Church was defined by meeting together. Here they ministered to one another, exercised their gifts and had loving fellowship. This is what helped the church grow.
Who can be in a Small Group?
All adult members will have the opportunity to meet in a small group. It is our prayer that all of our members will not only find a small group, but also invite neighbors, family, friends and co-workers; especially if they are unchurched.
When will Small Groups Meet?
Small Groups meet on the first Sunday of each month.
What will be studied in Small Groups?
The Bible itself will be studied in Small Groups along with recent Sunday morning sermon topics from Pastor Mack's messages.
How often will Small Groups meet?
Groups will meet at least once per month. Of course, each group can decide to have other activities and events.
How can I be a part of a Small Group?
There are a couple of ways to get involved with a Small Group. You can e-mail Todd Wentz at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can talk to a member of the pastoral staff or talk to a Small Group leader to find out information about the Small Group that meets in your area.
How many people should be in a Small Group?
Ideally, we hope to have twelve to eighteen people in a group. Too many people will not allow time for discussion and spiritually intimate conversations and prayer times.
Will child-care be provided?
Each Group will determine if this is possible based on the make-up of those involved with the Small Group. Perhaps the mothers of the Group can be on a rotation to keep the children in a separate room away from the Bible study.
How long will Small Groups meet?
Our aim is to stay together for a year and then birth new groups with new leaders.
What to expect from a Small Group.
A Small Group is designed to give our church members an opportunity to follow the example of the early church in fellowship and spiritual growth. Getting to know other church members in a deeper spiritual manner will be a tremendous blessing for each person and our church as a whole. The spiritual growth that will occur from studying God’s Word will be pleasing to the Lord and can only serve to make us more like Christ.