Small Groups

What is a Small Group?

A small group, made up of 5-8 individuals committed to personally encourage and challenge each other, is the best place for sustained life change to occur.  

Hope aims to be a church "of" small groups, where small group community permeates the entire congregation, where everyone has a place to belong, and where everyone is being transformed into Christ's likeness.

Want to Find a Small Group?

In addition to the classes that we offer on the weekends, Hope has a variety of open small groups available:

 

Couples' Groups

  • Adoption small group/Support Group - Adult adoptees, foster families, adoptive families or families interested in adopting - there is a small group support group meeting starting on Monday, Feb. 10 @ 6:30 in the Serve 1 room - Contact Jeanna Martin if you're interested (725-5410)
  • Faith through the Bible - meets on Wednesday nights, 6:30 pm in the Houser's home.  Contact Roger Houser if you are interested.

Singles Groups

Women's Group

(in addition to our Morning & Evening Edition Bible studies
  • 50+ women's small group - meets weekly on Wednesdays, 6:00 pm in Community Room 1 - They will be reading a book called "Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World" by Joanna Weaver - contact Pauline Halm or just come on out!

Men's Groups

  • Men's small group meets at 6 am at Panera (West)  every other Thursday - contact Reg McCutcheon if interested (757-1203)
  • Men's small group meets at 7 pm in Hope's Library every Wednesday - contact Neill Howey if interested

If you are interested in leading a new group, or joining an existing group, e-mail Beth Funk with info about the type of group that would best suit you.