A Small Group is a regular gathering of 3 to 12 people who meet to share about their lives and grow in their faith.
At a Small Group meeting you will typically spend some time sharing about your life and learning more about your group member's lives; how your week went, what challenges others are facing at work or with kids, how you can support each other. You will also spend time studying the Bible, praying and finding ways to serve God and others.
Small groups are for anyone, regardless of what's going on in your life. If something happens and you need special care, the members of your group will be right there with you, and you will have the opportunity to provide such support for others. But mostly Small Groups are for people who live a normal life and want to share their life with others.
Small Group members promise to be at a group meeting unless there's an emergency or they have to be out of town. Group members make a covenant or list of promises for their group, and usually agree to pray for one another, maintain confidentiality, and treat one another with kindness and without judgment.
Some groups meet in homes, others at Church. Child care is also provided for groups that need it. Different groups meet at different times and we can find a group that fits your schedule.
There are two main benefits to being in a small group: getting to know and care for other people and getting to know and love Jesus better. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to join.
There is a really great small group leaders resource available HERE, with information on studies from Nav Press.
Contact: CE@kfpc.org or Pastor Kriss, firstname.lastname@example.org