Get Connected in a Group!
Our church’s mission is connecting people to who Jesus is and what He came to do. Being a part of a faith community provides a great opportunity for this to happen. In our groups we learn God’s Word, care for each other, praise God for who He is and what He’s done, and pray to God for His help and guidance. The key is – we do these things together! These meaningful relationships help everyone grow in their faith.
Types of Groups:
Life Groups: Year-round gatherings of people who study God’s Word through the Gospel Project curriculum, have fun events, and partner together in local ministry projects.
Bible Studies: Topic-driven groups that study and apply God’s Word to everyday life.
Support Groups: People helping people heal from life’s hurts.
Discipleship Groups: Mentor led groups that guide people in the foundational elements of the faith.
The Bible Institute: An academic approach to help individuals gain a deeper understanding of God’s Word.
Celebrate Recovery is a community where people work through their hurts, habits, and hang-ups together with others. There is hope, help, and healing found in a growing relationship with Jesus, and CR offers a pathway for that journey. Join us on Mondays at 7 pm, when we meet in a big group and find hope through teaching and testimonies. Stay with us at 8 pm, when we break into share groups to find help. And be sure to sign up for a step study, where true healing is found with God and close friends. Located in the Student Center on Mondays.
|Led by: Rob Beswetherick, Phyllis Alderman, Michelle Tacia||For Ages: 18+||Meets: Every Monday from 7:00pm-9:00pm|
|Childcare Available? Yes - Child care is available from 6:45-9:00pm||Topic: Overcoming Hurts, Habits, & Hang-ups||Group Type: Support Group|
|Location: Student Center - Main Campus||Begins: July 21, 2020||Status: Open|
Get in Touch. Get Connected.
Want to reach out to one of our staff that can help answer questions about groups or help you Get Connected? Fill out the form below or call the Church Office.