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 Summer Small Group semester begins the week of June 5th.

Check out our Small Groups and sign up for one below.

The Kingdom of God is always on the move, always looking outward to bring meaning and joy to a world searching for true fulfillment and hope. In The Gospel on the Ground, the video and book study by Kristi McLelland, we’ll explore the early church in the Book of Acts, the call of Jesus on His disciples back then and us today, see how God’s Word can sustain us even in the most difficult times, and embrace the transformative grace we experience as children of God in His Kingdom.

 

Leader: Ed Koebert

Requirements: Men only

Book: The Gospel on the Ground

God’s plans for you do not stop when your head turns gray, it only begins a new chapter in your life. Let’s study the Scriptures together to find out what the Lord has in store for us and our lives. We will be exploring the life, journey and the servitude of one of the greatest Prophets of all time … his name was Moses, and he really got started at about 80 years old. We will be using a study guide. “Moses: God’s Man for a Crisis” by Charles R. Swindoll, to lead us through this incredible story of how God used one old man to change the world for His glory.

 

Leaders: Earl and Jeanette McConchie

Requirements: 55+ Years

Book: Moses: God’s Man for a Crisis 

We will be reading Jim Burns book Doing Life With Your Adult Children. We will encourage, learn, and grow together as parents and friends. Please come for encouragement, coffee and snacks.

 

Leaders: Miles and Michelle Walker

Requirements: Parents that want a better relationship with their adult child.

Book: Doing Life with Your Adult Children

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!