True life change happens best when we gather in circles, rather than in rows. Without deeper relationships with other believers, our spiritual growth is limited. We would love to help you find that group where you can thrive in your faith. While we focus on connect groups, we also offer a few other unique groups that are designed to help you grow in your capacity to show people Jesus.
If you're interested in a Connect Group, let us know here on this online form.
You can also let us know on the Connect Card on Sunday morning.
For more information on any of these groups
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Our Connect Groups are a place where you can not only connect with other believers, but care for each other and grow in your faith. In your group, you have the opportunity to share your life with other believers and take your walk with Christ to the next level. We want everyone to be cultivating a greater faith in Jesus, and we would love to welcome you into one of our Connect Groups!
Proverbs 27:17 NLT
As iron sharpens iron, so a friend sharpens a friend.
Men need a place to experience Pr. 27:17 relationships in their lives. "Sharpened Iron" is a Connect Group thataims to be real and challenging so that men can be transformed and encouraged by the Holy Spirit. Through fellowship, study, encouragement, and prayer, we strive to be all that the Word of God promises. We believe being men of God will will change us, our families, and the world in which we live. Our men's group meets Monday evenings at 6:30 at the church.
If you are passionate about the power of prayer, consider joining our prayer group. This group meets on Wednesdays at 6:30 every week at the church and intercedes for those among our church family and community who are in need.
We periodically offer classes such as the Alpha Course, Disciple Bible study, Spiritual Gifts classes, and Finance classes. Keep an eye out for these classes--we will announce them on Sunday mornings, FaceBook, email, etc.
Dinner groups are one way that we help people make new friends at church. These groups meet in homes and share a meal with no agenda beyond getting to know one another a little better.