Small Groups & Discipleship

What is a Small Group?

Small groups at St. Paul are groups of 4-12 people who gather together once or twice a month to study and grow in God’s Word together, spend time in prayer, and support one another. 

 

Next Step Workshops with Justin Rossow (Spring 2022)

Saturday, January 22 in the Gathering Place 9:00 am – noon breakfast @ 8:30

Saturday, February 12 in the Gathering Place 9:00 am – noon breakfast @ 8:30

Saturday, March 12 in the Gathering Place 9:00 am – noon breakfast @ 8:30

What is a Conversation Group?

A Conversation Group is a smaller group of 2-5 people who meet weekly for 7 or 8 weeks at a time to pray and discuss how Sunday worship and the message apply to the rest of their week. 

2021 Fall Sermon Series: Delight!

For 8 weeks, members and friends of St. Paul read through and discussed Justin Rossow’s book “Delight! Discipleship as the Adventure of Loving and Being Loved”

If you would like to read through this resource, you can get a copy on Amazon. Each chapter concludes with a prayer and discussion questions to talk through with a conversation group!

Why We Have Small Groups

Our vision at St. Paul is to:

GATHER        To God and His People In Worship

GROW           Together in God’s Word Through Small Groups

GO              Sharing Christ with our words, service and resources

Spiritual growth happens in the context of community.  Small Groups are focused on developing a network of friends that help and challenge us to become more like Jesus Christ. Small groups offer a balance of Bible study, prayer, fellowship, encouragement and mission in an informal environment.

     

    If you would like to learn more about small groups or conversation groups, please contact

    Family Life Director, Lexie Brown at lbrown@stpaulannarbor.org