We believe that fellowship with others is an important part of Christian life. Developing godly friendships and learning from each other can lead to spiritual growth. We encourage you to find a class or group to attend regularly and work at building up the Christian community. We currently have several small groups meeting online or in person with physical distancing. We are open to forming more safe small groups for fellowship, study, and mutual encouragement. If you are interested in joining one, contact Pastor Mark.
Thursdays at 7:00 p.m.
Celebrate Recovery is a place to get together with people who support each other as we learn to let Jesus work in our lives. Step Studies are small groups committed to going through the 12 Steps together. We have one Step Study for women and one for men. See CR at Redeemer
Topical Group Studies
From time to time we offer short-term small group studies. One example is Vox, a group that listens to a podcast once a month and meets to talk about it.
Keep an eye out for announcements for our next one.
For example, this fall Pastor Mark is leading a men’s small group study of Experiencing God.
Racial Reconciliation Small Group
This small group study will start up again when it is safe to meet face to face. It is a study of Be the Bridge curriculum and runs weekly for 8 Sundays. For more information, contact the church office.
Crescendo is a ministry created for people interested in ministry to, for, and by Baby Boomers and retired people. They are currently studying the book of Philippians and meeting via Zoom on Tuesday evenings.
Once a month, this small group listens to an assigned Vox podcast with Mike Erre and then comes together online to discuss what they heard.