Connect Through Small Groups


Groups of 8-25 adults that meet for the purpose of encouraging one another in faithfulness to Christ.

We view small groups as an avenue to develop relationships that promote the spiritual maturity of the Faith family through the Word of God by caring for one another in every way. 




  • 8-25 people
  • Group Leader that oversees study, care  and prayer
  • Group Host that fulfills administrative responsibilities
  • Group members that prepare by attending corporate gatherings as well as praying and studying personally. 


  • focus on the Word
  • pray together
  • do spiritual good to one another
  • strategize on reaching unbelievers
  • seek diversity in participants

When & Where? 

  • meet twice monthly on any night of the week except Wednesday
  • meet in group participants homes
  • meet separately for gospel opportunities

How do small groups fit into the life of the congregation? 

In thinking about discipleship, it’s helpful to think of a spectrum, with the whole congregation at one end, one on one relationships at the other, and small groups in the middle. 

Our church attempts to prioritize the gatherings of the whole congregation, because that’s where the primary teaching is done and where the entire body, with all its diverse parts, most reflects the gospel of Christ. 

On the other hand, we recognize that individual discipleship is an effective tool for spiritual growth. In between these two ends of the spectrum, we have small groups working to connect the benefits of our ministry to the whole congregation and the ministry going on between individuals.


There are many intended results including: 

  • Group members growing in understanding and application of the Word of God.
  • Group members encouraging, exhorting, teaching, helping, bearing with, praying for, and loving one another.
  • Group members extending the gospel to the community. Mature Christians living out the gospel will proclaim Christ in their sphere of influence.

Other potential benefits:

  • Cultivating deeper accountability
  • Serving by practicing spiritual gifts
  • Developing spiritual leadership
  • Increasing church unity