COMMUNITY GROUPS

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Community Groups are designed to help people grow and thrive in community with others, and draw closer to Jesus together. We are excited to provide opportunities for you to grow deeper in relationship with Christ and with others!

Groups will begin the week of January 23rd and run through the week of April 24th.

Join a Community Group

* Groups listed as 'Mixed' are open to individuals and couples of all ages and seasons of life

Mondays // 7:00pm // Group Type: Mixed (ages 18+)

Group Type: Mixed // Led by: Tamara Hutsell
Mondays beginning February 14 // 7:00pm // Location: CCC

Do we really know ourselves? How much does our past interfere with our present? What lenses do we look through to see and engage with the world? What are experiences and beliefs from our early years that continue to secretly govern our lives? And how exactly would wrestling with questions like these help us better know God? The purpose of the Enneagram is to reveal areas for growth and offer spiritual counsel on how to open up ourselves to the transforming work and light of grace to help us experience healthy relationships and self view. This study will launch after the Enneagram workshop on February 6 and will dive deeper into the Enneagram and your specific personality type.

The book “Road Back to You” by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile is recommended but not required.

Contact: Tamara Hutsell

Tuesdays // 7:00pm // Group Type: Mixed

Group Type: Mixed // Led by: Megan Elford
Tuesdays
// 7:00pm // Location: CCC

Grow in your understanding and experience of worship by exploring the different roles of a worship pastor and team. Don’t let the book title fool you – this group is open to all who desire to learn more about worship, not simply those who serve on a worship team.

The book “The Worship Pastor” by Zac Hicks is required.

Contact: Megan Elford

Wednesdays // 7:00pm // Group Type: Mixed

Group Type: Mixed // Led by: Lavern Holdeman
Wednesdays // 7:00pm // Location: Zoom

In his book, “Forgotten God”, Francis Chan contends that something very important is missing in the church, and that “this missing something is actually a missing someone–namely the Holy Spirit.” Using his book and Scripture as our guide, we will enter into a conversation about the person and work of the Holy Spirit and, through the practice of Spirit-led prayer, seek to realize his presence and power in our lives and our church.

The book “Forgotten God: Reversing Our Tragic Neglect of the Holy Spirit” by Francis Chan is required.

Contact: Lavern Holdeman

Thursdays // 7:00pm // Group Type: Mixed

Group Type: Mixed // Led by: Eileen & Steve Lundy
Thursdays // 7:00pm // Location: CCC

Using Francis Chan’s book, “Forgotten God”, we will seek to grow in our understanding and experience of the Holy Spirit and pursue the effective Spirit-filled life that God desires for us.

The book “Forgotten God: Reversing Our Tragic Neglect of the Holy Spirit” by Francis Chan is required.

Contact: Eileen Lundy

Meeting Day & Time TBD // Group Type: Mixed

Group Type: Mixed // Led by: Karen H
Day and time based on group participants’ schedules // Zoom

Gain an introductory knowledge about the religion of Islam, learn about Muslims living in Omaha, and grow in your ability to connect with Muslims in a way that could plant seeds of the Gospel message through a DVD study, action assignments, and hopefully group opportunities to visit restaurants, stores, and mosques in the Omaha area.

The book “Bridges: Christians Connecting with Muslims” is required and will be ordered for you prior to the first session.

Contact: Karen H

Meeting Day & Time TBD // Group Type: Men in their 20's, 30's, or 40's

Group Type: Men in their 20’s, 30’s, or 40’s // Led by: Zach Perkins
Day and time based on group participants’ schedules // Local restaurants

Join other men in a similar season of life for good food, connection, and discussion around growing as a man of God and a spiritual leader in your home. This group will meet twice each month.

No book required.

Contact: Zach Perkins