Small Group Ministry
“People come to church longing for, yearning for, hoping for … a sense of roots, place, belonging, sharing and caring. People come to a church with a search for community, not committee.” — Glenn Turner
Circles are small groups of seven to ten people, who meet once a month for nine months. The focus of each meeting is a topic that serves as a springboard into reflections of deeper issues of who we are and what gives our lives meaning.
Listening Circles share the same deep-listening model as Chalice Circles, but each one will meet only once, thus only a one-time commitment. Their focus is how we move forward through our transitions as a congregation, honoring our covenant. Both circles are open to youth over 14, and all members and friends of the church.
How can you join a group?
Circles typically form in September and last throughout the year. For more information, contact the church office: (765) 743-8812.