Small Groups are about sharing life and being connected to a community of faith. If you are not in a small group. you’re not getting the most of what Jesus has in store for you. Read a little about how important small groups are in your life…
- Eight Purposes of Small Groups
- Ten Reasons to Join a Small Group
- Choose a Group to Join
- Check out our Midweek Groups
- Review Groups and Get Connected [ Online – Without the App ]
Download our Groups App:
We want to get more out of the mobile device that apparently everyone has, so way not download our Small Groups App to get and stay connected?
Look for the icon you see here in your favorite app store. It’s free…
1. Download the Church Center App
2. Allow the app to use your current location, then choose “King’s Grant Baptist Church” when you see it displayed.
3. Click the button saying “this is my church.”
4. It will ask for a phone number and send you a verification code, and you’re done.
You will go through this process only once. The next time you open the app, our KGBC Groups will automatically open. Enjoy!
Tuesdays: The Tuesday Ladies’ Bible Class meets at 9:15 am and 6:45 pm. There are about 50 women participating each week. See Janice Barber for details. [ Click here for the current study ]
Wednesdays: We operate on a fall and spring semester schedule, usually covering thirteen weeks with various Wednesdays being dedicated to other events.
Sunday Mornings: Don’t forget about small groups EVERY Sunday morning at 9:45, for every age. [ My Adult Class Choices ]
The Importance of Small Groups: Regardless of who you are or where you live, inviting friends or even acquaintances to regularly circle up with you for meaningful conversation is the first step … and perhaps the hardest. Christianity is lived in circles, not rows.
Even Jesus was in a small group… I’m just sayin’. If you can’t find an open group, please let us know!
But first, take 3 minutes to hear why Andy believes “circles” are so important:
Because Life is Better Connected: It isn’t meant to be lived in isolation. It’s one thing to show up to family functions, grab dinner with friends, and shoot the breeze around the water cooler. But where is the space in which the guard comes down and it’s safe to be completely open and honest about our struggles and questions? Imagine having a circle of people to meet us in that space.