Small Groups

FAQ

SMALL GROUP CONNECT

Are you interested in joining or even leading a Small Group at Calvary Church?  Not sure how or where to begin?  If so, Small Group Connect is for you.

Beginning Wednesday, May 3 at 7:00pm, we will be hosting Small Group Connect – an opportunity to see what it’s like to attend a small group. For the first three weeks, we will lead attendees through a small group experience where each table will represent a small group, complete with a table leader. Then, each table will have an opportunity to complete the final two weeks of the small group curriculum on their own - possibly forming new small groups.

For more information on how to become a table leader or a participant, please contact rcoley@calvarynaperville.org.

 

SMALL GROUPS AT CALVARY!

Life is better in community. Join a small group at Calvary Church and experience genuine, Godly friendships. A small group is a great place to get to know others and learn more about God. Small groups provide an opportunity to help make a big church feel small.

Our current semester of small groups continues through June!  New groups will begin in August.

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FAQ

When do the groups meet?

Most meet one or two times per month in homes, at church or in a designated public location.

What types of groups are available?

Grow Groups: Discussion-based groups (ex: DVD-based curriculum)

Encouragement Groups: Encouragement for those who need support in a particular area (ex: addiction recovery, single and parenting, etc.)

Interest Groups: Groups meeting around a particular interest (ex: running, fishing, etc.)

How do I join a group?

Click the button above (or click here), and tell us what type of group you're looking for. Someone will be in touch soon!

What about children?

We want our children to experience community, as well. Due to the different needs and life stages of families, children are welcome to attend “kid-friendly" Community Groups only. Kid-friendly groups offer many different kinds of childcare. A phone call is a great way to see if those different styles will fit your needs. All kid-friendly group leaders have been approved and have passed criminal background checks.