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Small Groups

As much as we value large group worship, we realize that most of the important life change that happens in our lives comes when we are in circles rather than rows. Therefore, one of our goals at Vision is to help you move from rows (large group worship environment) to circles (small group interaction).

We are continually in the process of identifying small group leaders, adding new groups, and giving people the chance to find a small group that is a perfect fit for them. Our GroupLink and TestDrive programs are designed to help you interact with group leaders first, and then have a “trial” period that gives you a chance to try out a small group before making a commitment.

We want to take obstacles out of the way to help you find your perfect fit in a small group that is designed to help you meet people and grow in your walk with God. 

Next steps to finding a small group

1. Contact Dave Shook, our Small Group Coordinator, or...

2. Contact a Small Group Leader directly using the Small Group list below.

Frequently Asked Questions about Small Groups

 

Is childcare provided?

Not all groups offer childcare, but there are options available. Some group members share the responsibility of watching the kids, split the cost for a sitter, or make other arrangements. Let us know if you would like to join a group with a childcare option.

Where do Groups meet?

Groups meet in homes, restaurants, or coffee shops (a few meet at the church). We can help you find a group near you or based on your stage of life.

How often do Groups meet?

Groups meet on different days and times throughout the week. Some meet every week, some meet every other week, or some meet once a month.

What will my Group do?

It depends on the kind of group you choose. Some groups serve on the same team at church. Other groups study the Bible together. And some get together to enjoy a shared interest, such as basketball, crafts, or camping.