Adult Small Groups

 

Life’s Better Together.

The weekend service can be an inspiring and challenging experience, but it can’t fulfill the need we have for community. We grow in relationships as well as grow spiritually when we share life together. Small groups is a place to find that connection.

What is a Small Group?

Small Groups are typically 6-13 people who gather together regularly in homes to meaningfully connect with God and each other. These groups are for people of all stages of life and relationship with God. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, being in relationship with others is important for your spiritual growth. The purpose of Small Groups is to live life alongside one another to deepen our love and understanding of God and our obedience to Him, to learn to love each other well, and to express this love to others beyond our groups.

FIND A SMALL GROUP

Recovery/Support Groups

Everybody needs a place for help, encouragement and support when life is not working and disillusionment sets in. Maybe you’re repeating destructive patterns, have tried to change and nothing seems to work. Or you have just lost a loved one and need help walking through your grief. Maybe you are recently divorced and could use some perspective and support. Our recovery and support groups provide safe places of care. We have new groups starting this Fall, 2014.

FIND A RECOVERY/SUPPORT GROUP

Group Opportunities for Couples & Parenting

We offer two Sunday groups specifically to help married couples and parents of teens connect at a convenient time on Sunday mornings at Northshore. You will experience small group relationships, accountability, and be challenged to serve locally and globally; just as all of Northshore’s small groups experience.

POTS (Parents of Teens) gathering meets Sun, 9:30 am in Room 141
Marrieds class meets Sun, 11 am in Room 210.

For more info, contact either marrieds@northshore.church or pots@northshore.church

Lead A Group

We would love to have you host a group. If you are interested, take a look at the Small Group leadership page and find out how.