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Saturday, February 24, 2018
 

Small Groups at UALC

Get Connected into a Small Group

In small groups, we learn about life and living by the example of our Christian friends, and grow in faith by walking alongside someone who needs support and encouragement. A small group is a Disciple-Making tool that offers a social outlet, an emotional connection, and spiritual support. We can expect to grow spiritually, and form bonds with others who love Jesus, too. We call it Discipleship. Contact Jennifer Jerrome, jjerome@ualc.org for more information.
 

What's coming up? 

new! Support Group for Caregivers
Are you a caregiver? Would it help to have others to talk to and to pray with once or twice a month? We know that care-giving is lonely stuff and we all need the support and encouragement from others who have been there. Let us know if you are interested in hearing more. Let's not keep doing life alone. Contact Jennifer Jerrome, jjerrome@ualc.org for more information. We will start up as soon as there are a couple people who are interested.
 
new! Support Group for Parents of Children with Mental Illness
A support group is forming for parents of children who are navigating mental illness. This confidential group, formed with the intent of supporting one another through discussion and payer. Contact Jennifer Jerrome, jjerrome@ualc.org with questions and to express your interest.
 
Alpha for Small Groups
We're offering training for individuals or groups interested in using the Alpha DVD's, outside of the traditional in-church setting. Click here to let us know you're interested in training so we can contact you.
 

Connect and Grow Groups and Resources

New small groups are geared to our busy lifestyles, offered in sessions, as short-term commitments. Connect and Grow Groups differ from on-going small groups in that they are offered as topic-specific opportunities to connect. They run short-term. It's a trouble-free way to join a small group, and one to which you can feel comfortable inviting your neighbor or friend.  We also offer resources for you to do within a small group:
 
Grandparents Small Group began recently at Lytham Road. If you are a grandparent, and would like to meet with others in a small group setting. The group meets every first and third Wednesday. Contact Christine Thompson, christinejthomp@gmail.com.
 
Single's Discipleship Ministry for Men and Women
Join other singles to hear guest speakers, enjoy conversation and discuss ways to serve in the community. Everyone welcome. Contact Jennifer Jerrome, jjerrome@ualc.org.  
 

Help Us Get You Matched Up

Click here to help us find the right small group for you. Fill out the form, and we'll get back to you. 
 

Open Groups

Get a list of small groups open to new members, or contact Jennifer Jerrome, jjerrome@ualc.org to get connected. 
 

Small Group Studies and Resources

Our church owns many small group studies, DVD series, and materials for groups to borrow. Download the Resource list here and contact Jennifer Jerrome, jjerrome@ualc.org to borrow.
 
Transformed Through Discipleship – Small Group Study
Use our Small Group Study and Discussion Guide during the sermon series, Transformed Through DiscipleshipDownload the guide here. Contact Jennifer Jerrome, jjerrome@ualc.org  for more information.
 
Walk Around the Block Small Groups
Small groups can use our study materials from our Walk Around the Block sermon series. Groups and individuals can follow along with our study guide and online videos. Download the Small Groups Study and Discussion Guide. Small groups can watch the small group discussion starters and sermon videos here. Contact Jennifer Jerrome, jjerrome@ualc.org.

Training and Support

Learn how to lead your own small group in our Small Group Leader Training. Offered at various times throughout the year. Contact Jennifer Jerrome, jjerrome@ualc.org, 614-451-3736, ext. 4693 for information. She can also meet with individuals or groups to offer training and support.