These are the people that we have trusted to help cultivate community and facilitate a safe space for anyone to share their experiences and grow deeper in their relationship with Christ. We invite you to get connected and join one of the groups below.
Why the Cross? Genesis to Revelation
A study looking at God’s plan, heart and character which never changed from Genesis to Revelation. We will see God’s way in Genesis and see God’s way in the New Testament and see God’s way through the cross in our everyday life. Fellowship, food and fun!
Facilitators: Darren & Dianna Leavitt
Open to anyone, no child care
but children welcome.
Letters to the Church: Frances Chan
Join us as we read and discuss Letters to the Church and share a casual meal together in the comfort of our home. Kids are welcome!
Facilitators: Kevin & Shannon Brown
Open to anyone, Childcare provided.
A Guide to Theology in Plain Language
actA guide to help people better understand different aspects of theology. We will see our understanding of scripture and theology deepen through speaking in terms we can all understand.
Facilitators: Bryon & Debby Boley
Potluck lunch. Open to anyone, no childcare.
This study explores some of the basics of what it means to live as a Christian and to grow as a community together in our walk using the book “Mere Christianity.”
Facilitator: Trevor Loftus
Intended for young adults, no childcare
The Sermon on the Mount: Matthew 5-7
Studying a portion of Scripture that zeroes in on Discipleship. The only book you’ll need is a Bible as we dig deeply into the message of that sermon. We’ll also allow plenty of time for prayer, fellowship, and mutual ministry.
Facilitator: Lee Dean
Dust of the Rabbi: Ryan VanderLaan
This video series brings God’s word to life with astounding relevance by weaving together the Bible’s fascinating historical, cultural, religious, and geographical contexts. Study, fellowship, and service are all part of this small group.
Facilitators: Bill & Wendy VanOosterum
Open to anyone, no childcare
Love Does & Everybody Always
This study is using two books written by Bob Goff. Bob is an energetic and excited person who spends his life finding ways to love people. We will explore the motivation behind, ways to, and benefits of loving people.
Facilitator: Rick George
Open to anyone, childcare provided.
“Sacred Pathways” profiles nine spiritual temperaments from their characteristics to their strengths and weaknesses, explaining why some people demonstrate worship trough differing expressions. Join us as we dive deeper into these temperaments and perhaps discover our own.
Facilitators: Dustin & Sarah Duffey
Open to anyone, childcare provided