Cell Groups

What is a Cell Group?

A cell group (a small group) is made up of 2 to 12 people who come together to build relationships through encouragement, accountability, guidance, and prayer so that all members experience life transformation through Christ. Members are encouraged to share their thoughts, feelings, struggles, and joys while applying Biblical principles in their daily lives. Through group prayer, members praise, ask, confess, and thank God.

In these trusting relationships, members agree that what is said in the group will remain confidential and differences of opinions will be respected.

Cell groups are not therapeutic support groups. See Marilyn for some direction if you are need of counseling. There are also several groups that meet around specific issues such as parenting and weight loss.

Where and When do Cell Groups Meet?

Most cell groups meet in a member's home every other week. Cell groups meet on a variety of days and times. We are always supportive of individuals who are interested in starting a new group.

Who can be a member of a Cell Group?

Everyone is welcome to connect with a cell group whether you are new in your faith journey or have long been a follower of Jesus. We really encourage everyone to become a part of a cell group.

How do I get started or change my Cell Group?

Dawn French is our cell group coordinator. Contact her directly or call the church office at 736-7233.