CONNECT WITH A SMALL GROUP TO BEGIN YOUR SPIRITUAL GROWTH
All of our small groups are open to having others join them and they are waiting eagerly to welcome you in. To learn more, or to sign up for any that interest you, just make your selection below and hit submit.
Daughter’s of Encouragement (a.k.a. The DOE Women’s Group)
Meets weekly on Thursdays @ 11 a.m.
Each week they devote time to fellowship, prayer, and study. They also provide words of encouragement to each other and to others outside of their group and the church, as they live out their faith and their name. By staying connected throughout the week too, the DOEs exemplifying exactly what Life Groups and “doing life together” is supposed to be about.
First 15 Daily Devotional
Meets daily online
This group exists for those who are ready to put God at the forefront of their life. Every morning a new devotional is posted on Facebook, to help you begin each new day with fifteen minutes of reflection and prayer, before jumping to your busy life. Then throughout the day you can share your reflections and engage with others in the group, by posting comments in the accompanying chat area. A Facebook account is not needed to participate.
Fridays with Friends
Meets monthly on the First Friday @ 12:30 p.m.
Who doesn’t love connecting with friends to share lunch and discuss a good movie? To receive an email notification in advance about their luncheon plans and movie selections, sign up below and then plan to attend whenever you can.
Made by the Master
Meets on the second and forth Tuesday @ 7 p.m.
Drawn together initially by their shared experience of becoming “empty nesters,” this group is growing in their faith as they seek together to learn God’s new direction for their life. Each week they read and discuss a devotional to encourage one another in their spiritual growth. They also laugh together and often throw in a game or two just for fun.
Young Adults Group
Meets weekly on Thursdays @ 6:30 p.m.
This group was formed by gathering a few young adults from various faith communities together, who share a common interest in connecting to Jesus, growing together, and reaching out to help others. They begin each week by sharing dinner and socializing first and afterward they devote time to praying, studying God’s word, and serving others.