Small Group Studies
"Everyday people" exploring God's word together.
Do you sometimes struggle to understand the Bible, or wonder how to really apply it to your everyday life? Do you desire connectedness and friendship with other believers?
Exploring God's Word in a small group might just be what you're looking for.
Spooner Wesleyan Small Groups are designed to meet those needs by making the Bible come to life. Using carefully chosen materials to help guide your group, you will learn more about this life-changing Book, alongside other normal, everyday people with the same goals. Small groups cover a variety of relevant topics to encourage personal transformation and growth in all areas of life.
|Time:||Various (view topics for group details)|
|Place:||Spooner Wesleyan Church and off campus|
|Contact:||Pastor Mike Knox|
The format of a Small Group is not a lecture or sermon from a pastor or teacher, but an interactive group of learners with a leader to guide them. Don't worry if you don't have much knowledge of the Bible, or any experience with groups--there is a place for everyone, and a group that fits your unique needs, whether you are just starting you spiritual journey or are a more mature Christian.
Being a part of a SWC small groups is so much more than knowing more about the Bible. Through the study of God's Word, you will learn more about God, and knowing Him will change your life! Along the way, you will discover the tools you need to help you grow in your daily life and relationships. You will also find laughter, deeper friendships, and the joy of "giving back", as you impact others outside your circle through service projects and fun social events.
Small Groups meet from September to May, and there are groups that meet on different days of the week and times of the day--even a group that meets once a month, if that better fits your schedule. Our Wednesday night small groups meet on our "Family Night", when we offer a staffed nursery, our Kids Alive! children's program, and Reverb Youth for tweens and teens.
"May God give you more and more grace and peace as you grow in your knowledge of God and Jesus our Lord" 2 Peter 1:2