Connection (Small) Groups
Connection Groups, or Small Groups as they are better known, give us a place to connect with others and grow in faith while making a large church feel like home! Anyone can start or join a Connection Group with their friends, spouses, or others both in or outside of the church. Groups consist of 6-12 people committed to meeting regularly for study, prayer, and service. Training is provided for those wishing to start a Connection Group of their own.
Life is done in circles, not rows. We circle up around the table. We circle up around the campfire. We circle up around almost everything in life, so why do we try to do this thing called faith in rows?
Many times people wait until they, their marriage, or their families, are falling apart before they seek God and other believers. Wouldn’t those life-turns and ups-and-downs be easier to manage if you knew God was at the wheel and you had a family of faith riding with you? Join a group today and circle up to live out your faith. It is the way God always intended it to be!
If you have general questions, feel free to email Sue Oberg at email@example.com
Please check below for our current studies.
Ever wonder how the Bible came to be our book of faith? Join us for this wonderful three-session study that explores how the Bible came to be our book of faith and what it means for our lives today. You will learn how, why, when and where the Old and New Testaments were created, and examine the impact the Reformation made on our access and understanding of scripture. Ignite your faith by knowing more about our book of faith! This study would be a good introduction for those new to Bible study but also interest people who have done Bible study in the past.
Leader: Trudy Cowman
When: Mondays 6:45-8:00 p.m. starting November 6 for three weeks
Where: West Conference Room
Deadline to Register: October 30
Cost: $8.00 payable to King of Kings
God invites us to sit at the foot stool of his throne and talk with Him! The King of kings. The creator of Heaven and earth. The One who is; who was; and who will always be. The great I AM. The One who parted the Red Sea and the One who empowered a shepherd boy to slay a giant with a single stone. The One who knows all things, who is above all things, in all things and around all things. The very One who conquered death invites you to come talk with Him! Prayer changes everything! Join us as we come together to solicit the One who has the power to make a difference!
This casual group meeting will focus on a promise of God in scripture, take prayer requests from the group and spend time praying in a variety of different ways for our country, church, world, families, friends and ourselves. You will not be required to pray aloud. This group would be good for anyone who wants to learn more about prayer, needs prayer, believes in prayer or just has a desire to pray more and with others.
Leader: Sue Oberg
When: 1st and 3rd Monday of each month starting October 2
Time: 8:00–8:30 a.m.
Where: King of Kings (room to be determined)
BYOC – Bring your own coffee!
Come when you can, no sign up necessary.
Ladies, join us this fall for “Me, Myself and Lies; A Thought Closet Makeover” by Jennifer Rothschild. Instead of tips on how to clean out our closets, this study will help us clean out the junk in our minds and replace negative thoughts with positive truths from God’s word.
Words are powerful. Especially the words we speak to ourselves. All too often, what we say to ourselves is not even close to the words God wants to speak to our souls. This study will help you recognize the lies that are hidden within, clear it out, and then fill your “thought closet” with what God says is true about you!
Leader: Susan Klosterman-Finke firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates: In Session Thursday Evenings for 7 weeks starting September 21
Time: 6:45–8:00 p.m.
Location: West Conference Room
Deadline: Register by September 17
Join us on a journey through the Bible this summer! This study will help you grasp the bigger picture of the Bible and discover how the various parts work together to present God’s purposes, will and ways.
Read the Bible for Life not only gives you an overview of the Bible but it is a great tool that will help you read, understand and respond to God’s Word more effectively and also motivate you to read the Bible more consistently. This study will open the door for anyone wanting to know more about God’s Word.
Let’s start this fall out right with this life changing 9-week study of God’s Word and learn to read the Bible for LIFE!
Leaders: Sue Oberg and Rhett Ryan
Dates: In Session Tuesday Evenings starting September 26 (we will not meet on October 31) 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Location: West Conference Room
For: Men and Women
Deadline: Register by September 18