Connect. Grow. Serve.

What are Cell Groups?

God designed people for community. Cell groups (sometimes called “small groups”) provide an opportunity for us to connect spiritually and socially to other members of our congregation. We are the living members of the body of Christ, and these groups help us participate in that body in a vital and life giving way.

What do they do?

Our groups meet regularly (at least twice a month) for informal fellowship and Bible study. What makes cell groups unique is the service component of the groups. Each group has a ministry in our community, allowing us to put God’s word into action in a tangible way. Cell groups offer participants a chance to connect more deeply with their faith and their fellow St. Clarians.

How can I join?

We have a number of open groups (see below for information and contact information). If you aren’t sure which group is best for you, use the contact form below. You can also create your own group!

Open Groups

 Cell-Mates Group

Meeting Times: 2nd & 4th Mondays of the month at 7:30

We follow the cell group format of sharing, reading, service, and prayer. We are reading books about lives of faith and discussing how to apply these inspirations within our own lives.

Coordinator: Laurie Kantner

 

 Wellspring Cell Group

Meeting Times: 1st & 3rdThursdays of the month from 7-8:30 pm

Coordinator: Ann Putallaz

Seeker’s Cell Group

Meeting Times: 1st & 3rd Mondays of the month from 7-9 pm

We read, study, and learn all we can about the cultural milieu in which Rabbinic Judaism and Christianity began in order to amplify and enrich our understanding of our friend, teacher, healer, and savior, Jesus of Nazareth.

Coordinator: Barbara Scoville or Jim Downward

 

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