Small Group Events
NEW Guide for Newly Appointed Pastors
This guide for newly-appointed pastors from Director of Small Groups Gina Yeske features recommended questions for both pastors and small group leaders to foster conversation as they embark on their new appointments. Click here to access a valuable guide.
Why Small Groups?
In the midst of the bustle of life, people are meeting in small groups to discuss issues that are meaningful to them, offer mutual support and explore their relationship to God. Men, women, couples, teens and young adults are gathering regularly to talk about how God was working in their lives.
Small Group ministry has its foundation in both the Bible and church history. Jesus and Paul did significant ministry in small groups. John Wesley developed a system of discipleship by gathering people together to share how they were doing in their walk with God.
Today in GNJ we still hold to the belief that faith is best nurtured in a small group setting. Relationships built within a small group draws us closer to each other and nearer to God. Small Groups helps us create a more intimate and meaningful understanding of our faith.
New resources will soon be available to help you form Small Groups as well as support and enliven the Small Groups that are currently active in your congregations.
Click here to register as a small group leader (current small group leaders and those interested in becoming a small group leader).