Small Groups

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Small groups Ministry @ LPC

Small groups are the back bone of our church. They allow for a place where adults can connect with one another, get to know others as more than just a smiling face on Sunday mornings, and most importantly grow and strengthen one another in faith. Most small groups are comprised of both men and women from all walks of life and in all stages of faith development. With a variety of days and times to choose from, small groups are a place for all adults to connect!

Adult's Small Group

Bi-weekly: October - April

Location: Various Member's Homes

Fall Meeting Dates: TBA

Studies: Discussion of Pastor's Recent Sermons
Facilitators: Small Group Leaders from LPC

Adult's small group meets twice a month for a meal, discussion of Pastor's Sermon, Bible study and prayer. It is a place for adults to come together and further their understanding of God's word and help support each other in their faith walk. The groups that meet on a regular basis include a Tuesday morning group, a Monday evening Women only group, and the remainder meet on various other evenings. The meeting is usually a 2 - 2 1/2 hour time frame.


Young Adult's Small Group

Saturday evenings bi-weekly: 6pm; October - April

Location: Fall location to be determined
Fall Meeting Dates: TBA

Current Study: TBA
Facilitator: To Be Determined

The young adults' small group is a branch of our larger small group ministry for adults. Like the other small groups, this group meets twice a month for dinner, Bible discussion and prayer, but is specifically geared toward those in early adulthood. It is a place for young adults to grow alongside peers, sharing struggles and encouraging one another in their faith.  

The group is composed of men and women in their 20's and early 30's, including college students, singles, and couples, in all stages of life. The young adults' small group gathers for dinner starting at 6pm and ends the study around 8:30pm. Some leave at the conclusion of the study and prayer time, while others stay later to socialize or play games.