Connection Groups

What are Connection Groups? 

Connection groups are small groups of people who meet to engage in faith-growth and peer-support. Each Connection Group is led by one or two volunteer leaders who engage their group in a topical Bible study, fun activities, and group discussions. Groups are usually diverse – with people from various backgrounds making up each group. There is a group for everyone! 

Why Join a Connection Group? 

Connection Groups are often personal and offer opportunities for people to connect with one another in a different way than a large group setting. Participants can ask questions or discuss ideas they normally may not be comfortable with asking in a larger group. Each Connection Group presents unique opportunities for people to support, connect, and challenge one another in healthy ways. 

How do I Join a Connection Group?

Check the link to our SignUpGenius for Connection Groups below for groups with openings and their current topic of study. If all the groups are full, feel free to reach out to our Connection Group Team – they will make sure you are connected! 

On-going Connection Groups and Studies

Is Faith Delusional?
Ravi Zacharias

This group led by Dr. Jimmy Carter meets on Sunday mornings at 10am.

The Book of 1 Peter

This group led by Paul Arndt and Steve Buchtrup meets on Sunday evenings at 5pm.

Current Events and the Wired Word

This group led by George Weers meets on Tuesday evenings at 7pm to discuss current events from a Christian viewpoint.

Love Like That

This group, led by Jess McLeod, meets on Monday evenings at 7pm.

Pew Sisters

This women’s group, led by Janice Schaag, meets on 1st & 3rd Monday evenings at 7pm.

Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World

This women’s group, led by Janee Gaffney, meets on Thursday evenings at 7pm.