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Groups

At Beulah, we are committed to helping you find the right environment to take your next step. This can be through a Mid-Size Community, Learning Community, Small Group, or an Affinity Group.

Life is better connected. Grow in community with Beulah. The best way to do this is in our Mid-Size Communities, Learning Communities, Small Groups, or New Affinity Groups. We are all on a journey of faith. You can grow spiritually by taking intentional steps one day at a time. Take a look at the options available for you.


We are launching new types of group that gather because of a common interest, called Affinity Groups. We want to help you get connected to other people that love what you love. New Affinity Groups are forming now. If you are interested in joining one, please fill out this short survey.



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A large church like Beulah can feel smaller through a Mid-Size Community (MSC).  What are MSCs like?  They are like a dinner party with old and new friends, where enjoyable and meaningful conversations with interesting people occur, along with the occasional food for thought and opportunities to BLESS your world are offered.  Our MSCs (comprised of 20-50 people) are large enough nobody feels like the center of attention, but small enough so everybody can at least know your name. We are committed to helping you find the right community to connect with.

If you are a young adult (ages 18-29), there are more options to check out on the Young Adults page.

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Browse our MSCs

For more information please contact us: 780-486-4010 ext. 332 or msc@beulah.ca

Group Leaders: Connect to resources available on the community life leadership site here.

Interested in becoming a Group Leader?  Click Here to apply.

Learning Communities gather in public spaces like Beulah campuses, hotels, community centres and business boardrooms. We use contemporary Bible resources to study God’s Word as we build relationships with others, pray for one another and learn what it looks like to follow Jesus in our daily lives.

Learning Communities complement what we experience in other settings, like weekend services, by enabling us to experience God together more personally.

Interested in becoming a Group Leader?  Click Here to apply.

Women’s Daybreak – God of Creation: A Study of Genesis 1-11 (Jen Wilkins)

See How God Reveals Himself Through Scripture.  It all began with the Word.  The opening chapters of Genesis teach us fundamental truths about God.  We watch Him bring light after darkness, order after chaos, and rest after toil – all through the power of His Word.  We can begin to understand ourselves when we first glimpse the character, attributes and promises of our Creator.

Tuesdays 9 – 11 am | West Campus, Atrium |  September 18 – November 27, 2018 

Women’s Cafe – No Other Gods: The Unrivaled Pursuit of Christ (Kelly Minter)

Often, idols are obvious – money, power, fame.  But subtler idols can sometimes take the form of sweet loved ones, Instagramable interiors, and busy seasons of ministry.  But if your heart is prioritizing any of those pursuits before God, they are taking up space meant for Him alone.  Only when you learn to dethrone modern-day idols can you pursue a deeper, more meaningful relationship with Jesus.

Wednesdays 7-9 pm | West Campus, Atrium | September 19 – November 28, 2018 

Men’s Wednesday Night: The Book of Galatians (Kyle Idleman)

If someone asked you to explain the gospel, what would you say? What is the good news of the Christian faith? Writing to the Galatians, Paul made it clear how easily we can be tempted to turn toward fraudulent gospels, especially those that teach we can earn God’s love through our works. Though they may have the appearance of truth, they are lifeless and leave us empty in the end.

In this Book of the Bible series, Kyle Idleman dives into the book of Galatians, one that contains some of the clearest explanations of the gospel in the New Testament. Through biblical study and engaging lessons, Kyle shows that true freedom is found in surrender, not self-dependence. Because our gospel is not one based on our works, but faith in the finished work of Jesus Christ.

Wednesdays 7-9 pm | West Campus Room 109 | September 19 – November 14, 2018

Single Purpose: The Book of Colossians (Louie Giglio)

This Learning Community is geared towards single adults. A place to study God’s Word together as we build relationships and pray for one another.

What we think about Jesus matters. Our perception of Him shapes us—what we say, how we treat others, even what we think. If we paint Jesus as any less than who He is as supreme over all creation and savior of the world, not only does our theology slip, but the working out of our faith also suffers.

In this 8-session series, Louie Giglio will take us through the book of Colossians to help us form a complete picture of Jesus. What we believe about Him influences everything from our corporate worship to our relationships to our attitude toward sin. Now alive in Christ, we can live a life worthy of God instead of falling back into the ways of the world.

Sundays 3:30-5:30 pm | West Campus | September 16 – November 18, 2018 

For more information please contact us: 780-486-4010 ext. 332 or learningcommunity@beulah.ca

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Small Groups are great environments to go deeper and to support one another. Small Groups meet in homes and study a variety of topics. At West Campus, join an MSC or a Learning Community to find a smaller group. At Whitemud Creek, find a small group to join directly.

For information about small groups, please contact us: 780-486-4010 ext. 332 or smallgroups@beulah.ca

If you are a young adult (ages 18-29), there are more options to check out on the Young Adults page.

Group Leaders: Connect to resources available on the community life leadership site here.

Interested in becoming a Group Leader?  Click Here to apply.