This is your opportunity to deepen your connection with God and other believers by joining a Discipleship Group or Trio. January 2024 is open registration for the WINTER SEMESTER. With diverse offerings, there is something for everyone. Need more flexibility?
Form a Discipleship Trio or Quad.
Click on the button below to look through the options, or scroll down on this page for more information on each group. Register online or at the information table during the remaining Sundays of January.
2024 Winter Discipleship Groups
Thresholds and Portals
Are you going through a transition in our life? Experienced a loss of any kink, no matter how recent? Feelling grief, perhaps? This Spirit-led, prayer-facilitated, Scripture-supported, and grace-based group gently helps people through hard times and lends itself to gospel-informed transformation.
Men's Morning Bible Study
This one-hour online group meets Wednesday mornings on Zoom at 6:30 am to share prayer concerns and to read and discuss the Scripture for the upcoming Sunday morning.
Pastor Ryan will lead this group in the lounge at the church on Wednesday afternoons from 1:30-3 pm.
This will be an in-depth study of the grace-filled book of Galatians.
We call ourselves Koinonia because our focus is on walking together through life’s ups and downs. We open with a time of fellowship and catching up, study, then end with a time of prayer for each other. We do an inductive study of a book of the Bible.
Going Deep with Beatitudes
You are invited on a 12-week journey deep into the Beatitudes (Matthew 5:1-12). This small group co-facilitated by Moses Kim and Sandy Price will meet weekly on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. in the church lounge.
Gospel of Mark
We are called to be and to make disciples of Jesus. A disciple is a follower, student, or apprentice. To follow someone, we must know them and study their lives. Let’s dive into the life of our Rabbi and Savior together as we study the book of Mark.
Journey with John the Apostle
We are called to be and to make disciples of Jesus. A disciple is a follower, student, or apprentice. To follow someone, we must know them and study their lives. Let’s dive into the life of our Rabbi and Savior together as we study the book of John.
Additional Group Opportunities
LIFT: Living In Faith Together. Led by Laura Keyser, Holly Stevens, and Denise Walters, this women’s group combines Bible study with prayer and fellowship. Come and join us on the 2nd and 4th Mondays, 7:00-8:30-ish PM in the church Lounge.
Contact: Laura Keyser
Women, you are invited each month from 9-10:30 am as we share scripture, books, and practices to take us deeper into relationship with the One who loves us best.
We meet on the second Saturday of each month.
Contact Debi Ferrarello
The Normandy Group
We are a Bible study that wants to delve into the writings inspired by God. We are a group of senior citizens who welcome people of all faiths. We are studying the Book of Romans and meet at 11:00 am on Mondays at Normandy Farms.
Contact: Claudette Fleischmann
FPCA taps into the limitless love and power of God as together we pray.
every third Monday at 7pm.
Grace Full Moms will meet on the first Thursday of the month from 7-8:15 pm.’
Parents of Adult Children will meet at 4pm on the second Wednesday of each month.
What Are Discipleshipl Groups?
A discipleship group happens when a group of people seek spiritual growth together. These are groups anywhere from 4-12 people who meet regularly. Each discipleship group should regularly experience the following:
Social activities outside of the group, meals or snacks together before or after the group
Biblically based study, practicing spiritual disciplines, and growing deeper in our relationships
Praying for the needs of the group, as well as the needs of others in our community, and the world
James said, “Faith without works is dead.” Small groups strive to serve together or on their own
Jesus invites us into a relationship with Him and we are to invite others so that they might have a relationship with him, too.
And let us consider how to provoke one another to love and good deeds, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day approaching.