We have four different ways for adults to get connected to our church throughout the year.
Pop-up Groups | Weekend Seminary Group | Study Groups | Table Matters
Each group has a different style and focus. Try one or try them all!
All of our groups revolve around “seasons, which usually last around two months.
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF GROUPS?
Pop-up groups are one-time classes or workshops that only last for a single evening. Topics are wide-ranging from faith and food, to science or world religions. Most gatherings last around 90 minutes. These are great events for bringing a friend or neighbor.
Weekend Seminary is an all-day workshop or gathering that invites you to engage or study some fascinating areas of theology, faith, and the Bible. Most gatherings last for 3-5 hours. If you are interested in stimulating conversation and learning more, these are great events for you.
Study groups are small groups of 6-12 people that meet for around two months to read through and discuss various books or educational resources. This is a great way to not only learn more about an element of faith and spirituality, but to also grow in a deeper relationship with members from church.
Table Matters Group
Table Matters is a shared communal practice that uses the act of
gathering around a table for a common meal as an opportunity for spiritual formation.
Over four weeks, we will engage in a simple but focused discussion, as we explore
the various ways we feel God moving in our lives. Each week we ask
a simple question, “How has God been at work in your life this week?”
Not only do these groups draw us unto a deeper relationship with each other,
but they help us develop language to talk about our relationship with God.