Join a Group
Winter Small Groups begin in January. 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!
- Look over the list below
- Fill out the information request form at the bottom of the page
- Have fun, make friends, and grow in faith!
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
Dinner Discussion Group (everyone)
2nd & 4th Sundays, 6PM. Tyson & Holly Ingels’ home (Washington Park)
Leaders: Tyson & Holly
Join us for dinner, community, and discussion about the current sermon series. Everyone is welcome — even if you can’t attend every meeting. Email Holly with any questions.
Evening Edition Group (women)
Thursdays. 6:30-8:30PM. Social Hall.
Leader: Carol Schmidt
Make friends, grow spiritually, and have fun! Come, enjoy a meal, and watch & discuss the Bible Project. Join us!
F3: Fitness, Fellowship & Faith (men)
Saturdays. 7AM. Washington Park (central parking lot)
Leader: Jason Dodson
Good Fights, Good Sex: Preparing for Marriage
Sunday, January 15, 22, & 29. 12-2PM at the church.
Leaders: Tim & Susie Grade
A pre-marital class for couple who are seriously dating, engaged, or got married in the last 3-4 years. $100/couple. Sign up by filling out the form at the bottom of the webpage.
Morning Edition (women)
Thursdays, 10-11:30AM. Church Parlor.
Leader: Dana Butler
Are you longing for some time to connect with other women? Come to Morning Edition on Thursday mornings and grow deeper in some friendships. Childcare is provided.
Simply Jesus (everyone)
2nd & 4th Mondays, 6:00PM. Stein household.
Leaders: Susan & Chuck Stein and Bob & Debbie Kelly
We are watching the mini-series “The Chosen” about the life & teachings of Jesus. Join us!
Southlander Group (everyone)
Sundays at 5 PM, Lehman household.
Leader: Gretchen Lehman
Near Arapahoe Rd. & University
Wednesday Morning Men
Wednesdays. 7AM. Parlor.
Leader: Tim Grade
We will be reading Victor Frankl’s book “Man’s Search for Meaning.” Join us for coffee and discussion!
Women’s Walking Group
Tuesdays at 9:45AM. Washington Park.
Join a community of women for connection and exercise! We meet at the Southern tennis courts near Louisiana Street. Join us! For more information, reach out to Anne (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Allison (email@example.com) or fill out the form below.
Young Marrieds Connection Group
2nd & 4th Sundays, 12-1PM in the Social Hall.
Leaders: Susie & Tim Grade, Melissa & Aaron Burton
Meet other young married couples to connect, socialize and learn together. Drinks & snacks provided — join us!
Young Professionals (20s/30s) Group
1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month, 6:30PM. Social Hall.
Leader: Anne Coughlin
Meet other young professionals for a meal and community. Join us! Contact Anne with questions or fill out the form below.
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
New Guest Lunch
Sunday, January 22. 11:45AM – 1PM in the Parlor.
Are you newer to our community of faith? If you haven’t been to a New Guest Lunch before we would love for you to join us. Kids are welcome!
Lunch will be immediately after the 10:30 AM service on Sunday, January 22nd in the Parlor (room directly off the sanctuary). Come meet some of the staff and other newer people at the church. We’ll also share more about our community, history, mission, and how to get connected in the life of the church.
Parenting Connection Event
Sunday February 5, 4-6PM. Grade’s Home.
Parenting Connect is an evening for families to connect, socialize and learn together. We’ll be discussing Postive Parenting. Join us! Childcare provided.