Many in today’s Christian culture believe that spiritual formation is an individualistic endeavor; that my personal faith journey is just that: personal. We live in a fractured society; one where the autonomous self is king. Our relationships can easily mimic our culture: fractured and broken. In an effort to cultivate and foster community, we invite you into this ministry. The Christian faith is about connecting with other believers in experiences of worship, spiritual growth and mission and we believe participating in a small group will be a natural way for these connections.
We believe small groups are vital to the Christian life. Small groups are one of the answers to this question, “What are the key practices and habits of people on a lifelong journey of faith?” Developing Christian community with others on a consistent basis is a core practice for all believers.
Why Join a Small Group?
Here at FPC, we put a high priority on small groups, because it is the framework of community that spiritual transformation takes place. In a small group setting, you can ask questions, participate in a dialogue of the text, and hear others share insight and illustrations of the truth.
We have heard so many stories from small group members who have not only grown closer to the Lord, but have developed strong and genuine relationship with others. You will discover that we all struggle and have problems with similar things, and it’s a relief to have someone support and pray for you.
Take your next step by getting involved in a small group:
- New Small Groups form throughout the year. If you have questions about small groups, please contact email@example.com.
What about my kids?
Childcare is managed on a group-by-group basis. Individual groups decided together how they will handle childcare in a way that works for them. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to check on availability and the method of childcare for groups.