Small Groups

We have many Small Groups and one that will be right up your alley; from youth to seniors, we have a group just for you. Don’t miss out on the chance to meet tons of new people and…“get connected.”

Small Group Directory




Why do Small Groups exist?

Small groups are a way to connect with other Christians, to fellowship, develop relationship and grow in the knowledge of God. It is sometimes hard to find people with similar interests and get connected. That’s why small groups exist—to make these life-changing relationships relevant and accessible to you.

What are Small Groups?

A small group is an intentional gathering of people where you can connect with others on a regular basis who share your interests, who are at a similar stage in life, or who have experience in an area where you would like coaching.

Why should I join a Small Group?

Life is full or highs and lows that we all experience. God created us to be relational. When we develop these relationships, we can find healing, support and encouragement in our lives. Your small group is the place where these relationships will form and develop.

Ever Thought About Leading a Small Group?

A Small Group Leader is not expected to be a teacher or biblical scholar, a strong personality, the most popular person, or even an extrovert, but to have a heart to see others grow in the Lord.

Here are some of the qualities we look for in potential Small Group Leaders:

  • Openness to God. This involves being faithful, available, teachable and committed to personal spiritual growth.
  • A group facilitator. We ask leaders to guide, plan and lead the discussion, but we help by providing the materials for the leaders.
  • A shepherd. A leader should encourage, pray, listen and serve the group. A successful leader asks, “Are my group members well-cared for?”
  • A multiplier. Keeping an eye open for potential new leaders within a group is one way that Small Group Leaders help launch new groups within our church.

If you are interested in leading or hosting a Small Group please contact



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