Small groups have been an important part of Christianity since the moment Jesus told Peter and Andrew, “Come, follow me, and I will show you how to fish for people!”.
At Covenant, small groups are the lifeblood of the church. It is where we laugh, struggle, serve, pray, and lean on each other. You can join a small group through registering for GroupLink.
Adult Small Groups FAQ
Q: GroupLink seems pretty far away. Is there an option to join a group now?
A: Yes. We have short term small groups available to hold you over until the next GroupLink. Email email@example.com for more info.
Q: I'd like to find out more about Covenant before joining a group. Is there a way to do that?
A: Yes! Exploring Covenant happens twice a year and is designed to give you more information about the church and what goes on here. Get more information about Exploring Covenant here.
Q: When do groups meet?
A: Most small groups needing childcare meet Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00pm, when childcare is provided at the church. Other groups meet whenever it is most convenient.
Q: Where do groups meet?
A: Groups are encouraged to meet in homes, however, in some cases we understand this is not possible. In these cases, the church is open Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00pm for groups to meet where space is available.
Q: What will the groups be studying?
A: Covenant provides a great resource for our small groups called RIGHTNOW MEDIA. We encourage groups to take advantage of the streaming videos, books and study guides provided through this resource. Email Ryan if you are interested in having access.
Some groups sermon based and use a guide provided in Connection Corner each Sunday.
Occasionally, groups are encouraged to participate in a church-wide study together. When this happens, curriculum is provided by the church.
Q: Will there be a meal at the church on Wednesdays?
A: A meal will not be provided by the church though some groups bring food with them and eat together. We ask that everyone, including kids, either plan a meal with their small group or eat before they come.