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At 3Circle Church, Small Groups are a huge part of who we are! We want you to be deeply connected to the body of Christ; we provide Small Groups so you can be in close community with other people in the same walks of life. After all, God has created us for community. Acts 2:42 tells us that the earliest Church “devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” In the spirit of this verse, we know how important Small Groups are to the local church! This is why they are one of the primary vehicles for discipleship and growth at 3Circle Church.
Every week, friends and neighbors gather together in Small Groups. At each gathering, most groups meet in homes to share a meal, study the Bible, and pray together. Life is a journey, and we don’t want you to walk through it alone; we invite you to be a part of Biblical community!
Spring Semester Small Groups are now in session! You can browse our group listings to find a group for you. Groups will go on Summer Break the week of May 4th.
If you have the gift of teaching or are interested in helping facilitate a small group, we would love to discuss with you the potential of being a part of our team.
We make it easy for you by using our Sermons Series as the lesson and we provide you with the discussion guide each week.
Please click on the link below to fill out the small group leader application; from there we will contact you about the next steps toward becoming a leader.
How do I sign up?
Browse the small group listings and email the group leader to get more information to see if it is a good fit for you. Also, you can fill out a card on Sundays to request more information.
How long do they last?
Small Groups meet on a 12-14 week semester basis to allow you convenient start and finish points. Semesters also provide you the opportunity to explore and join different groups throughout the year. Small Group registration begins at the start of each Spring and Fall semester.
What is studied?
We do sermon-based studies, which means groups will study the teaching from the previous weekend and discuss it more in-depth.
What if a group doesn’t work out for me?
We want you to find the best fit for you and your family. If you discover a group does not work for your stage of life, feel free to try other groups! You are not committing to attend regularly by trying a group out!
What about kids?
We have many groups that are created specifically for families with small children. Child Care workers are provided to care for the children while parents meet together.
What’s the difference between a Bible Study and a Small Group?
We encourage everyone to join a Small Group. If you are interested in additional Bible Study opportunities, we offer various studies & classes that meet seasonally throughout the year. Click here to see what other studies are currently available.