Small Groups - Eastgate Church
How can a church grow yet maintain close relationships? The answer is small groups. Real life change happens in the context of relationships.
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Our Fall Small Group semester begins the week of September 11th.

Students

In this group, students 6th – 12th grade will grow in their faith through topical bible studies and discussion. There will be lunch provided for all students and leaders in attendance.

 

Leaders: Student Ministry Team

Begins: September 11th

In-person

Middle & High School Students

Don't Give

We’ve all been in circumstances that cause our minds to spin with thoughts that are unproductive, destructive, and harmful. We need to recognize these thoughts are from an enemy who wants to seize every opportunity to lie his way into our minds. Rooted in the timeless truth of Psalm 23. 

 

Leader: Carol Koebert

Begins: September 12th

In-person

Women Only

John 123

Different from the other three gospel accounts of Jesus’s life and ministry, the Gospel of John focused on the nature of Christ and how belief in Him leads to true life. Through the first three chapters of John we learn how we’re dependent upon God to help us believe in the name of Jesus and become His children and experience a well of abundant grace that never runs dry. To this day, Jesus continues to draw followers to Himself in the same ways He drew His first disciples. Jesus became like us so that we might become like Him.

 

Leader: Ed Koebert

Begins: September 12th

In-person

Men Only

Pray

This small group will focus on learning how to pray based on Biblical examples. It is so important to know that God desires a relationship with each one of us. The more we relate to God, the more we are connected to His will and desire for us. This semester we will look to the book of Ester as an example and how she begins her petitions to the king to save the lives of God’s people with “if it pleases you”. Prayer begins with the understanding that its God’s will that must be done and not ours. Aligning our will with His is one of the steps to a deeper relationship with God.

 

Leaders: Tornya Gordon and Nike Lawal
Begins: September 14th
In-person and virtual
Women Only
Tribe Nights

This is a night for 6th through 12th grade students to grow their relationships through food, fun, fellowship, and a simple bible study. 

 

Leaders: Skyler Buck and Valerie Le
Begins: September 14th
In-person
Middle & High School Students
Young Adults

This is a Small Group for Young Adults ages 18 – 28. We will spend time in fellowship with food and conversation and then dive into a topical discussion surrounding things pertaining to their lives. 

 

Leaders: Skyler Buck and Martha Lumpkin
Begins: September 15th
In-person and virtual
Ages 18-28
Ladies and Lattes

Join us at Cips Coffee Roasters for coffee, conversation, and a word from Joyce Meyer’s The Confident Woman Devotional.

 

Leaders: Lisa Gorion
Stephanie Schmidt
Begins: September 17th
In-person
Women Only

How can a church grow yet maintain close relationships? The answer is small groups. Real life change happens in the context of relationships.

We believe God created us to live in relationship with others so that we can live the full life He intends for us. Small groups make these life-changing relationships relevant and accessible to you.

Our groups are as unique as we are, which means there is a group specifically for you. Be sure to carve out time to do life together with your Eastgate family!