January 19 – April 4
Hosting a group? Fill out this form to get us your information.
Find Your Group Here
Please note: Some groups may not meet weekly, and some groups may not be meeting currently. Be sure to click on the group you are interested in, then click “Contact Group Leader” before attending the group.
Disciples Path - Men's group (hosted by Larry Dearborn)
Church - Pastor's Office
Discipleship, General Study, Men's
Middle School Sunday Group (hosted by Deann Deveau & Kristen Shaw)
Church - Classroom 1
Bible Study, General Study, Student, Youth
Sunday's Sermon Study (hosted by John & Claire Johnson)
Discipleship, General Study
Biblical Truths For Ordinary Lives - Men's Group (hosted by Larry Dearborn)
(Offsite) Dunkin Donuts - Odlin Road
Discipleship, General Study, Leadership, Men's
Sewing Small Group - Women's Group (hosted by Jen Baron)
Church - Open Door Church
Crafting, Quilting, Women's
MOPS / Moms Next (hosted by Mandi Rollins)
Church - Auditorium
Student Group (grades 6-12)
Church - Worship Center
Discipleship, General Study, Student, Youth
Men's Breakfast - Coffee Break Cafe (hosted by Larry Dearborn)
(Offsite) Coffee Break Cafe
Men's Breakfast - Church
Church - Upstairs Fellowship Area
Why Small Groups
We see throughout the book of Acts in the Bible that the Church met both in large groups weekly for worship and the reading of Scripture, but also from house to house throughout the week. We were created for relationship, and so we believe a fulfilling life happens best in the context of meaningful relationships. This is why we are a church made up of small groups. Our groups meet weekly in many locations and provide a place for you to connect, grow in faith, and share life with others.
What a Small Group is
A small group is made up of people who share similar interests, are in the same stage of life, or want to learn from each other. People gather for all sorts of reasons whether it is playing a sport, having lunch during the work day, or studying the Bible together. The point is not what you meet about, it’s that you are regularly meeting with people and living in community as God designed you to do.
Why You Should Join a Group
It is through life together that our problems become smaller and God uses others to bring support and encouragement to our lives. Even when you might not realize you need it, your small group will quickly become a place where others don’t just know your name, but care about what is happening in your life and want to support you in your spiritual journey.
When and Where
Groups meet throughout the year in three semesters, with breaks between each semester. New groups start each semester, making it easy for you to get involved at any time.
Groups meet weekly in a variety of places like homes, parks, restaurants, coffee shops, and office buildings throughout the Hampden/Bangor region.
Find Your Group
We have this easy-to-use online directory where you can search groups by topic, day, time, or location. Click on a few groups that interest you, and then contact the group leader through the “CONTACT GROUP LEADER” link to make plans to check it out in person. You can also make connections in person at Church on Sundays – come ask about small groups at the information booth.
Host a Group
Would you like to host a group this coming semester? We would love to help you get started. Building into others is the best way to grow in our own faith. Fill out the simple form at the top of this page to get started.