Small Groups are a key way to build Christian relationships and grow closer to God.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are small groups?
Small groups are groups of 8-12 people that gather in homes weekly to meet, study and share. They are led by a trained leader.
When can I sign up for small groups?
Small groups meet for 8 to 10 weeks each Fall, Winter and Spring. You can sign up online through "Find a group" at the top of this page, or at a service in the weeks leading up to the new quarter.
When and where do groups meet?
Most groups meet on weeknights from 6:30-8pm at houses around the northwest metro.
Each small group session lasts 8 to 10 weeks and meets during the Fall, Winter and Spring. After each session, you have the option to stay in the same group, try a new group or even take a break. Most groups will stay together all year.
Small groups do not meet June to August.
What is the commitment?
Joining a small group requires a commitment to attend the meetings and do the homework ahead of time until the end of the quarter. This commitment is key to a healthy small group. If the group isn’t a good fit for you, we would love to find another group for you.
What will we study?
The small group study is based on the previous weekend’s sermon. We discuss how the message applies to real-life.
Each week there will be Bible passages and questions handed out with the bulletin. You will use this to study before the small group meeting to be able to discuss and share with the group. The study usually takes 20 minutes to complete.