Led by Bob (email@example.com) & Katrina Wilkins (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Earlando (email@example.com) & Marjorie Thomas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wednesdays at 6:30 PM (2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month)
New Hope Church
Using the most recent sermon, we will dig deeper in God’s word in relationship-building discussions. We will hold one another accountable to community service and a more intentional faith journey.
We'll share a potluck meal and then take a few minutes of reflection on things we have and things we need. We'll share our haves and needs in turn. Over dessert, we will mingle and those who have what others need will have the opportunity to say so! We'll end with prayer and a word of encouragement.
Led by Chrissy Baxter (email@example.com)
Tuesday evenings at 7pm
Philia Beechwood Community House (296 Rosewood Ter)
We will focus on "practical spiritual formation and growth." Discussions will be focused on 3 main questions, in the following order:
1) Who are you right now? This would include strengths, weaknesses, gaps, patterns.
2) in light of the answer to question 1, who do you see God moving you to be? (This will look at BEING not DOING. Who is God moving you to BEcome?)
3) Based on 1&2, let's make an action/growth plan on one thing you can do to walk toward that person. How can we support each other in this growth process?
We will share food, highs, lows, praises, and prayers as we discover a deeper understanding of our identity in Christ and our identity as a community member in His Kingdom.
A conversation starter for people with chronic health issues and their partners.
As Christians, we know that God can and does heal. We hear him called The Great Physician, our healer. But what about when God doesn’t heal? For many of us, the reality is not one of instant healing. We deal day in and day out with real physical and/or mental illnesses that God does not heal with the traditional idea of healing, and so do the people who love us.
Come be a part of a conversation starter that hopes to engage this idea by looking alternately at stories and passages of scripture and our own stories. Help us come together as a community of support and grow in our faith in a God who loves us passionately in our brokenness.