SMALL Groups @
VALLEY MILLS CHRISTIAN CHURCH
WHAT ARE Small GROUPS?
Small Groups are the perfect way to get connected at Valley Mills. Small groups meet at various times to build friendships, support and encourage one another and challenge each other in their walks with God! At Valley Mills Christian Church we offer groups that are home-based, church-based, Bible Study-based, and special interest-based. By joining a Small Group, you can learn more about the Kingdom of God, participate in a fun activity, or find a fun group of people to study God’s Word with.
There are 3 types of small groups:
Life Groups typically meet in homes, focus on relationships and growing deeper in Christ as they “Do Life Together”.
Bible Study Groups typically meet at the church at various times for Bible Study Classes and dive into God’s Word together.
Special Interest Groups are gatherings of people getting together to engage in hobbies or various activities offering fellowship to those who attend.
SUNDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDIES – 9:00 & 10:45AM:
9:00AM Sunday School (Adults) led by Clyde Jester, Conference Room
No childcare provided at this time. Curriculum to be determined
10:45AM Sunday School (Adults) led by Fred Wright, Classroom 1
Childcare provided via Children’s church. Teaching through David C. Cook quarterly devotionals
Tuesday Night @ 6:30PM (2nd & 4th Tuesdays)
Old Testament Bible Study led by Shanda Borkes, Classroom 1. Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday night from 6:30 – 8:00 PM for men and women of all ages. (Will break for December).
Thursday @ Noon
Women’s Bible Study led by Julie McBee, Classroom 1. Every Thursday from Noon – 1:30 PM. No childcare provided.
Thursday Night @ 6:00PM: (2nd & 4th Thursdays)
Women of Encouragement led by Teri Pittman. Women’s Bible Study Group (all ages) held in the Conference Room. Every 2nd and 4th Thursday from 6:00-7:30PM. No childcare provided.
For more information or questions about any of these Bible Studies, please contact Joe McNeil, Spiritual Growth Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why do I need to be connected to a Small Group?
In a church with an average attendance of 475 most Sundays, people can find it challenging to form close interpersonal relationships with other believers if they do not have similar relational circles. Christian fellowship is an important part of everyone’s walk with Jesus, and we need to surround ourselves with our brothers and sisters in Christ to experience the magnitude of blessings that God has in store for us as we belong to and work within His kingdom.