Our hope is that small groups will be a place where we can build meaningful relationships, care for one another, and help each other grow in our relationship with God. In our small groups, we apply the Bible’s teaching for the purpose of loving Jesus, growing in Jesus, and making disciples of Jesus.
If you're interested in being part of a small group, take a look at this semester's groups below and contact the leader for more information.
|Cate Powell & Elizabeth Gilmer||Women||Monday|
|Malik Bishop & Trent Davis||Men||Monday|
|Katherine Keith & Amanda Moehlis||Women||Tuesday|
|Luke Moore & David Phillips||Men||Tuesday|
|Alex & Grace Gray||Co-ed||Tuesday|
|Luke & Meagan Ellerman, Christopher & Rachel Dodson||Co-ed||Wednesday|
|Tara Barber & Katelyn Barnhill||Women||Wednesday|
|David Dovenbarger, Bran Apgwilym, & Jeff Hinckley||Men||Wednesday|
|Hannah Gibson & Maggie Flotemersch||Women||Wednesday|
|Laney Kronz, Lili Khodabandeh, & Bella McLay||Women||Thursday|
|C.J. Noble, Grayson Leak & Nolan Warner||Men||Thursday|
Lead a Small Group
Leading a group is a great challenge, yet it's very rewarding. It's a sacrifice of time and energy, but definitely worth it to see lives changed, friendships built, and spiritual encouragement shared.
Becoming a Small Group Leader is an intentional process to protect and care for our church. We desire to establish relationships and equip new leaders through this process in order to create a firm foundation for each group.