1 Thessalonians 5:11
Are you looking for a small Bible study group to help nurture your faith and to fellowship with other Christians? If you’re already in a small group, are your members yearning for a curriculum that reflects our Bible readings in church, underscores the sermons and offers some great fodder for discussion?
If you answered yes to either of those questions, has Ascension got a deal for you! In tandem with our already-launched Family Dinner Nights, in which we encourage families to eat together one night a week and talk about a Bible passage tied to the lectionary, we are now offering a small-group version of that curriculum. Each week, Pastors Tim and Chamie come up with intriguing questions of faith, inspiring prayers and even suggestions for service projects that your group might want to do. Those questions, by the way, are tied to the next weekend’s sermon, so your worship experience is enhanced, too!
If you’re involved in a small group already, why not give it a try and see how your group likes it? (We’d relish your feedback, too).
What does a Small Group look like?
Small Groups at Ascension are about relationships. God designed us to have deep, meaningful relationships with each other. We go deeper into our life with God when we connect with each other and share our hopes, dreams, worries, and excitements with other people there to support and pray for us.
Small Groups at Ascension are a place to develop close personal bonds with one another and with Jesus Christ through:
Studying God’s Word
Building Relationships with each other
Serving in Mission together
Who leads Ascension’s Small Groups?
Small Group Leaders are members of Ascension (who don’t have to be Bible experts) who serve as hosts for a group of people. Our Leaders receive initial training preparing them to lead Small Groups confidently and effectively. And the curriculum that we provide guides the study.
BIBLE STUDY ARCHIVE: