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Small Groups

 

Small Groups meet online via Zoom each Sunday Night from 6:00PM - 7:30PM. If you are unable to join us online, we have a small group that meets in person (with limited capacity to social distance) at Glad Tidings that you may be able to attend. 

 

If you would like to join our small groups, please fill out and submit the Small Group Sign-Up form below.
 
Beginning Sunday, March 21st, we will begin The Case for Easter, by Lee Strobel, video Bible Study.
 

In The Case for Easter, Lee Strobel looks at the story of Jesus’ resurrection and reveals how we can know that it actually took place. He explores the “discrepancies” critics have pointed to in the Gospel accounts, looks at the evidence that Jesus’ tomb was truly empty, and shows how the eyewitness accounts of those who saw Jesus alive after the crucifixion are credible.

 
You can purchase the Study Guide using the links below:
Amazon - $9.70 + tax 
Christian Book - $10.99 $6.99 + shipping
 

What are small groups?

A small group is any group desiring to meet under the supervision of church leadership (on or off campus) for the purpose of growing in Christ through fellowship, bible study, and wholesome activities.

The importance of small groups.

Small Groups have the potential of creating dynamic disciples through nontraditional means and ministries.

If the depths of relationships and our commitment to one another are so important to God, then small groups must also be important as it is mainly in small groups that close relationships can develop. The early New Testament church sets before us an effective example of “small groups,” where the church met regularly for fellowship, breaking bread, prayer, and study of God’s Word. Glad Tidings Small Groups is an opportunity for that model of growing closer to the Lord and one another in a time of fellowship and bible study.