Why Small Groups?

Small groups can help us develop a greater sense of Christian community in a disconnected age. They facilitate the formation of deeper Christian friendships, encourage greater spiritual accountability among church members, and become a natural opportunity for inviting unbelieving neighbors to interact with a covenant community. Small groups also provide a setting where the church begins to experience the kind of closeness that will characterize the life of the redeemed in the age to come. Let's get plugged in!

  • FOUNDATIONS : What we believe...and WHY.

    Bible Study and Fellowship

    In this group, Pastor Kevin Molloy leads a discussion through the foundations of our faith, on Tuesdays on the campus of The Master's University. It is open to everyone who wants to discuss  what we believe, and why we believe it. Come and authentically discuss the Bible, and how following Christ affects our lives! If you ever wondered about the Bible, have had questions about theology, or about what it truly means to follow Christ- this ongoing study is for you!

  • THEOCAST Theology study and Bible Discussion

    This group is for anyone interested in exploring confessional, Calvinistic, reformed theology! Led by Aaron and Aubrey Eggiman at their home, it meets at 10:30 am on Saturdays. People listen to the podcast THEOCAST and then discuss topics related to the broadcast and dive into the bible.

    Contact Aaron for the address and directions!