It's important to realize that God has created the Christian life to be shared with others. Jesus believed in small groups. He formed a group of 12 men. They watched him up close and personal for three years. They ate together, traveled together, prayed together, discussed His teaching together, laughed and cried together.
Just like them, we like to get into smaller groups, too. FaithGroups provide the place to live out our Christian life. You cannot love, forgive, accept or encourage in a room full of hundreds of people. Small groups provide the context and accountability that you and others need to be faithful to Jesus Christ.
FaithGroups meet for three seasons each year: Fall (September to Thanksgiving), Winter (January to Easter) and Spring (April to Memorial Day). You can join a group during the sign-up period just prior to each season. Sign-up cards are available in the Sunday morning church bulletin during these periods.
When FaithGroups are in season, the Sunday church bulletin contains a discussion guide with Scriptures and questions based upon the sermon to discuss with your group. If you can't be in church, the sermon and discussion questions are available here. If you've heard Pastor Richard's message, you're already prepared for group! All you have to do is show up and talk about it. Give it a try!