WHY SMALL GROUPS?

Let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. 

Let us not give up meeting together...but let us encourage one another. Hebrews 10:24-25


Small groups provide the encouragement, correction, and accountability that propel us on our discipleship journey.

Through relationships cultivated in a small group setting we are better able to challenge each other to know, grow, serve and share.

Adult Discipleship Small Groups

Small groups are an intentional gathering of 10 to 12 people who meet on a regular basis to encourage each other on their journey of discipleship.


Most groups meet every other week but decide together what night works best, whose homes to meet in and what Bible Study to do. Meetings typically last for about 2 hours and include a time of fellowship with snacks, a Bible study and prayer. Commitment is for the duration of the study.


Groups have also participated in service opportunities. Examples are the Grand Rapids Dream Center, providing meals for the Alpha program at Community CRC and for the New City Kids. Other groups have helped with poinsettia and lily delivery.