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Fall Small Groups begin in September. Check out the list of groups and gatherings below and sign up using the information request at the bottom of the page. This is a great time to get connected!

Small groups are one important way to grow deeper in relationships with God and with one another. We learn to know Christ more and how to follow him in word and deed in the context of community.

Joining a small group is such a vital and easy way to get to know others in the church, establish friendships and grow in Christ in a more relaxed setting. Check out the groups — one of them might be a perfect fit for you!

  1. Look over the list below
  2. Fill out the information request form at the bottom of the page
  3. Have fun, make friends, and grow in faith!

scheduling system

Our small groups operate on a trimester system of meeting for three months and then taking a break for a month allowing everyone to recharge.

If you want to join a group but don’t want to get stuck in a group forever, this allows everyone the chance to join a church group for a season and then re-evaluate.

Group break months are: April, August, & December

Evening Edition Group (women)

Thursdays. 6:30-8:30PM. Social Hall.

Leader: Carol Schmidt
Evening Edition is for any and all women who want to have fun, make friends, and grow spiritually. We will be looking at How the Bible Actually Works” by Pete Enns. Contact Carol with questions carolschmidtco@gmail.com or fill out the form below.

Football, Fellowship, Fun & Poker Nights

Dates:

September 20th: Lions at Packers

October 4th: Raiders at Chargers

October 18th: Bills at Titans

November 1st: Giants at Chiefs

November 15th: Rams at San Francisco 49ers

December 6th: Pats at Bills

December 13th: The Church Championship (Rams at Cardinals)

Time: 6:15PM (game kickoff). Poker games start promptly at 6:45PM. Poker play will conclude by 9PM every evening (tournament style with increasing minimum bet ends on time).

Game: Texas Hold’em, tournament style and only “1” buy-in each night. The minimum bet increases on a set interval controlling the length of the game.

Cost: $10 per player. Prize pool per night : 1st = 50%, 2nd = 30%, 3rd = 20% (of the evening total buy-in pot)

Snacks: BYO (Some provided by the church)

Drinks: BYO

Event Structure: Points will be awarded to the final 10 players each Monday night event. The 10 highest scoring point earners over the course of the first 6 Monday events will qualify for The Church Championship (December 13th). Email Tyson with any questions. Points will be awarded as follows:

1st – 500

2nd – 300

3rd – 190

4th – 135

5th – 110

6th – 100

7th – 90

8th – 85

9th – 80

10th – 75

 ** Tracking of the points will be through a google sheet **

New Group for Women

Tuesday evenings, 6:30-8:30PM

Vaun Swanson’s home in Old Littleton

Are you longing for some deeper conversation around how your life circumstances intersect with God’s purposes? This group will use Henri Nouwen’s book “Can you Drink the Cup” to facilitate our conversation. This was the question Jesus asked his friends James and John shortly before his death and Nouwen reflects upon the metaphor of the cup, using the images of holding, lifting and drinking to illustrate the basics of the spiritual life. What might God be teaching us through the joys and sufferings of our lives right now?

Let Vaun know if you’re interested in joining the group and she will order a book for you. We’ll read a chapter a week for 12 weeks or so…..and enjoy fellowship with old and new friends along the way! We’ll begin on Tuesday, September 7th. RSVP to Vaunswanson@msn.com or fill out the form at the bottom of the webpage.

Quarterly Women’s Connect

Friday, August 20th & Friday, December 3rd.

12-1:30PM. Susan Stein’s Home.

Leaders: Susie Grade & Susan Stein

All Platt Park women, please join us over the lunch hour for some food, drink & connection! Check “Quarterly Women’s Connection” on the form below to receive updates and more information.
While we love our children, this will be an adults-only event.

Simply Jesus

1st & 3rd Mondays, 6:00PM. Stein household.

Leaders: Susan & Chuck Stein and Bob & Debbie Kelly
Join us as we engage with the video series “The Chosen”. We will meet and watch an episode together, followed by group discussion. Contact Susan with questions or sign up below.

Wednesday Night Men’s Group

2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 7PM. Social Hall. 

Leader: Tyson Ingels
Come, get to know other men from our PPC community, and grow in your faith. Join us for conversation, community building & Christian formation. All men are welcome! 

Women Walking Wash Park {with Strollers}

Mondays at 9AM. Washington Park. As long as the weather holds!

Leaders: Allison Motsenbocker and Anne Coughlin
Join other women every Monday morning at Washington Park to walk a loop and then linger at the small playground afterward for some visiting. You don’t have to have a baby to join us! If you are looking for connection and some exercise – you are welcome! We’ll meet by the tennis courts off of Louisiana. For more information, reach out to Anne  (
anne@plattparkchurch.org) or Allison (allison@plattparkchurch.org) or fill out the form below.

Young Professionals (20s/30s) Group

1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month, 6:30PM. Social Hall.

Leader: Anne Coughlin
Join us as we learn from those slightly ahead of us in our series: “What I wish someone had told me.” Contact Anne with questions or fill out the form below.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Saturdays. 8-9AM. Social Hall.

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem. It is a 12 step program that helps people who have a desire to stop drinking. We are meeting in the downstairs lounge.
Click here for more information about the Alcoholics Anonymous program

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