Small Groups

What is a small group?

A small group consists of an intentional gathering of 5 – 12 people who covenant to:

  • Make every effort to attend group meetings;
  • Pray regularly for the group and members of the group;
  • Deepen the spirituality of each group member;
  • Strengthen community within the group

Why have small groups?

CPCG needs ways for persons to connect with one another beyond Sunday school and morning worship. Small groups gather for study, support, and fellowship; they help to connect persons on a more personal level, providing the means of getting to know one another better.

How long does a small group session last?

1 ½ hours

How often do small groups meet?

They will meet every other week until a study is completed. Studies may last from 4 – 12 sessions. Then persons can continue for another study or they may opt out of the second study.

How personal does this get?

It is up to each person. Each person has permission to pass on sharing simply by saying, “I pass.” What is shared in the group of a personal nature stays in the group even when the group ends. In addition, there is no advice giving unless counsel is requested.

When do small groups meet?

Generally small groups will begin in September and continue until May, but that decision is up to the small group itself.

Presently we have three groups: a men’s group which meets twice a month on Mondays at 7:00 p.m.; a women’s day group which meets twice a month on Tuesday; and a women’s night group which will meet twice a month in the evening. The men’s group will be reading On the Brink of Everything: Grace, Gravity and Getting Old by Parker J. Palmer and the women’s day and night group will read God We Can Know by Rob Fuquay.

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