We need connection now more than ever. There is no reason to navigate this season of uncertainty alone. There is a group for everyone; whether you want to tackle big questions, find healing, study the bible, build new relationships, or just find encouragement with others, there is a group for you.
WHAT TYPES OF GROUPS DO WE HAVE?
HOW DO YOU TRY ONE?
MID-SIZE COMMUNITIES (MSC’S)
Mid-Size Communities bring us together, even in this online only world. We were created to be in relationship with others, but in a big church it can be difficult to know where to start. MSC’s are large enough that nobody feels like the center of attention, but small enough that everyone will know your name.
Learning Communities gather around bible study curriculum. You will be encouraged, held accountable, inspired, prayed for, and able to grow as people who are exploring faith or as Christ followers.
Small Groups study a variety of topics. They are great environments to go deeper and to support one another. Discover, learn, and practice Jesus’ way of life with others.
We need each other for support and accountability in order for us to grow in our walk with Jesus. Whether you are walking through a divorce, have lost a loved one, or need someone to pray with – there is a group for you.
What day of the week, what time, and how often do Groups gather?
Our Groups gather most days of the week, typically in the evening, with some gathering in the morning or afternoon. Use the search tool to find a Group that fits your schedule. MSC’s and Affinity Groups gather every other week, while Learning Communities and Small Groups meet weekly.
Are children and teens part of Group life at Beulah?
Most of our Groups are adult gatherings, yet we have a few wonderful exceptions. Check out the Groups listings and feel free to start a conversation with any MSC or Small Group leader to find out more.
Learning Communities offer an option to pay for onsite childcare for those who register.
Is there a cost?
Learning Communities have a registration fee to help cover costs. Those in Small Groups will from time to time need to purchase a resource to support study and growth. Those in Affinity Groups may have costs associated with their chosen activity.
Where do Groups meet?
Can I join a Group at any time?
YES. That said, in the case of Learning Communities, there is semester rhythm to the Group experience and you will find it best to join in September, January, or April.
Jesus has drastically changed my whole life through community. He has opened so many new doors, but most importantly He has healed my broken soul. He has begun a healing process in me and I am starting to feel free from people pleasing, performance, and perfection. For the first time in my life, I am beginning to see myself the way He sees me and I want to be with Him more than anything else. He has transformed my life, my marriage, and the relationships I have with my children and my group… and there is still more! I am excited!”