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Visit a Small Group

Why?

In the New Testament we clearly see that Christians are meant to live life together in intimate communities. Christians eat together, study Scripture together, pray together, are unified together, are generous together, and reach out to the lost together (Acts 2:42-47). More than that, they gather regularly with one another (Heb. 10:25), speak the truth in love to one another (Eph. 4:15), bear one another’s burdens (Gal. 6:2), love one another (Rom. 12:10), encourage one other (Heb. 10:25), and rejoice and weep with each other (Rom. 12:15).


What?

Each small group varies in size and meets on a regular basis in people’s homes. Each group shares food together and talks about what God is teaching them through his Word and through their different life experiences.

Beyond the weekly gatherings, our groups are intended for bonding purposes. If people have needs, the small group will ensure that those needs are met. If people need accountability, members of the small group will hold those people accountable. If someone needs someone to sit with at the worship service, they can sit with members of their small group.

In addition to bonding, our groups are for bridging. In fact, we have built into the group structures, periodic missional events intended to engage our community. Our groups exist for people who are not here yet.

 

Where and When?

We currently have 9 small groups that meet across Spartanburg and Greenville counties. These groups meet on different nights of the week. To find a group closest to you, click below:

Find a Small Group Near You