What Are Small Groups?
A small group is a community of 10-14 people typically in similar life stages who gather together on a regular basis to build Christian friendships, learn from God’s Word, and experience life-changing fellowship with one another in the shared pursuit of Jesus.
Why Should I Join A Small Group?
Although our weekend services at Bethel are essential, it can be easy to get lost in the crowd. Small groups provide a smaller, more relational setting where people can experience the loving community and genuine fellowship we all need. By gathering frequently to build relationships and live out the Christian faith together, small groups become a place where people truly feel connected and supported as they strive to live life as God intends in the finished work of Jesus.
What Does It Mean To Be In A Small Group?
Everyone who joins a small group is asked to commit to three core principles:
- Faithfulness: A commitment to faithfully attend group meetings
- Participation: An effort to participate in the study, prayer, and ministry times
- Confidentiality: A promise that things shared in the group, stay in the group
How Do I Join?
- Submit your request to join a small group.
- Ask someone who is already in a small group if you can visit their group. Groups are always welcoming new members, and they will be happy to welcome you.
If you have any questions about our Small Group Ministry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.