The faith journey for believers in Christ is never constant. We find it is best to be doing it in relationship with other believers and in intentional relationship.
We believe you can't do life alone
Without intentional relationships, we find that our culture will push us towards focus on family and work. We may feel successful, but we won't always feel faithful. Our hope is that intentional relationships with other believers will help faith be central to our life. That we won't just find people that we like to socialize with, but will place ourselves in relationship that spur us towards Christ likeness as we do life together.
Current Small Group Options:
James Bremer's Group:
Meets 2nd and 4th Sundays
Studying "Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven"
Nathan Hunter's Group:
Meets every other Sunday Evening
Scott Jones' Group:
Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday Evenings
Studying "The Chosen Series"
Nate Kemper's Group:
Meets 1st and 3rd Sunday Evening
Bruce Power's Group:
Meets 1st and 3rd Sunday Evening (at church)
Studying "The Engagement Project"
Meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays at 1:00 (at church)
Studying through the Gospel of Mark together.
Ministry of fellowship, inspiration and devotion. Meets once a month on the 3rd Thursdays during the day (at church)
Sunday School Options
Many connect well with others through our Sunday School options as well. Currently we have three of those options.
Bruce Powers leading a study of the Early Church in the book of Acts (an online study)
Pastor Maurice Russel leading a class studying 1st John (in room 203 at church)
Sandy Wallace leading "Hidden Keys to Loving Relationships" (in room 101 at church)
There are a variety of options to connect and grow in groups of women, find more out about them on our Adult Ministries Page.
Here are the women's specific small groups:
Entrusted by Beth Moore
6 week study
Catherine Johnson (host/facilitator)
Elk River - Monday's @ 6:30 pm starting Sept 28th
What to do When you don't know what to Do by David Jeremiah
Likely 10 weeks
LeAnne Nicholson and Stefanie Grundahl
Nowthen (Stef's House) - Friday's @ 2-3:30 starting October 2
Let the message about the Messiah dwell richly among you, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, and singing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, with gratitude in your hearts to God.
How long do small groups last?
Every small group is different, but most small groups will meet every other week throughout the school year.
When and where do small groups meet?
Small groups meet on different days and times throughout the week. Many meet on Sunday evenings and discuss the sermon from the week, but others chose studies on their own as the group desires.
Small groups mostly meet in homes though a few of them meet at the church.
Is childcare provided?
Not all small groups offer childcare, but there are options available. Some small group members share the responsibility of watching the kids, split the cost for a sitter, or make other arrangements. Let us know if you would like to join a small group with a childcare option.
What will my small group do?
Often you will spend time socializing with each other, praying for each other and doing some type of study of God's Word together. The hope is that many groups will find natural ways to serve alongside each other as well.
For more information about our small groups, or to join a small group, please contact us:
Uniquely designed for children newborn-6th grade where the Bible is taught in a creative and relevant way allowing children to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
Students in both Junior and Senior high can connect with God, with other students, and with committed leaders that are dedicated to equipping students to find life and faith in Christ.
Our Adult Ministries aim at deepening our faith, so that we can better serve our God.