Journey the Church's community groups focus on discussing the sermon from the past Sunday. The goal of these groups is to build community outside, live life together, learn about the Bible, and reflect on Sunday's sermon as a group.
Where can I sign up for a Community Group?
You can sign up at the Community Group table at Journey the Church on Sundays at 9am or 11am.
You can choose from several dates and times that work best for you.
Can I bring my kids?
Group members are responsible to arrange child care for their children. Unless the house is designated for children to attend.
What will I need to bring?
Bring your Bible, a notebook, and a pen or pencil.
What will we be studying?
Our studies will focus on the same topic covered in the previous Sunday’s sermon and/or growth topic from an image. Take notes and ask questions.
Will there be homework?
This is a commitment to attend each week and to do the homework ahead of time.
What are the expectations for attendance?
Attend as much as you can, quarters are only eight weeks long.
Of course, allowances are made for: Sickness, vacation, work conflicts and other special events.
Dates for 2020 Community Group quarters:
Winter Quarter: February 3rd - March 29th (8 meetings)
Spring Quarter: April 13th - June 7th (8 meetings)
Fall Quarter: September 6 - November 21st (11 meetings)
Signups for each quarter will begin two weeks prior to the first meeting.
Groups exist to promote spiritual maturity and personal growth through meaningful Christian relationships and study of God’s Word (Romans 8:29 & Hebrews 10:24-25). We’ll do this by focusing on four primary activities:
Each week we will take time to share what is happening in our lives. At first this sharing will include sharing questions. But after the first few weeks, it will become more informal and personal as we feel more comfortable as our bonds grow closer.
Each week we will study a section from God’s Word that relates to the previous weekend’s sermon and/or personal growth topic from the image in the sermon. Our goal is to live our “Christian walk” as an everyday thing.
Each week we will learn how to take care of one another as Christ commanded us to do so (John 15:9-13). This can be done is a few ways: prayer, encouragement, listening, meeting for coffee, challenging one another and being accountable.
Spiritual Growth is not only gained by wisdom and care support, but also through service to others. The role each of us fills is important to the health of the Church and for us to be the hands and feet in the community (Ephesians 4:11-16).