We talk a lot about the power of experiencing community and building deep relationships. And this fall, there will be no better way to experience our upcoming sermon series than together in a small group.
On Sunday, September 26, we’ll start a new, 5-week sermon series called Better Together. We’ll ask questions like “Why does the church matter?” and “What is it about being together as a church that’s unlike anything else?”
We want everyone to be in a small group this fall, so we’re making it easier than ever to host your own group. Anyone can do it! All you need is a few people to meet with, and we’ll provide a kit with everything else you need to get started.
If you’re interested in hosting a group during the Better Together series, let us know by clicking the link below and answering a few simple questions, and we’ll be in touch to help you take your next step.
If you have questions, contact Group Life director Kelly Carraher (email@example.com) or stop by the Group Life desk/station on your campus this Sunday.
If you want to be involved in a group this fall, but can’t commit to hosting at this time, there are two ways to get connected to a small group:
- Use our Group Finder tool to see our list of existing small groups with openings and connect with the groups’ leaders.
- Complete this form to tell us about yourself and the kind of group you’re looking for, and we’ll help you get plugged in.
We hope you’ll join us in a group this fall. We’re better together!