The purpose of community groups is to foster supernatural community by providing an environment where we can know one another better, grow in the faith, and better understand what it means to be fully devoted to Christ in our lives.
Groups will meet the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month from 5:00-7:00 PM. Groups are inter-generational. Locations:
North Griffin: Home of Wayne & Nancy Brown
Central Griffin: Home of Thomas & Tricia Hill
South Griffin: Home of Brandon & Dawn Vaughn
DINNER & FELLOWSHIP: 45 MINUTES
Each family brings a dish to contribute to the meal
SERMON DISCUSSION: 30 MINUTES
Discuss the sermon text preached from gathered worship earlier in the morning.
Consider how the Bible passage applies personally to your life: beliefs, affections, behaviors.
PRAYER & ACCOUNTABILITY: 30 MINUTES
Provide encouragement and support for gospel motivated change by helping one another savor the supremacy of Christ. Based on the Bible passage discussed, how do you need to follow through?
Families attend community group together. Encourage students and older children to participate in all aspects of the group. During the discussion and prayer time younger children may need to play in a separate room. Two adults will oversee these younger ones while discussing and praying together themselves. This responsibility rotates among the adults.
Post Author: Thomas Hill