Sunday Small Groups
Sundays – 9:45 a.m.
We use the term, Sunday Small Group, instead of Adult Sunday School because our groups are a lot more than a simple class.
These groups are in many ways, the life-blood of any church. Many would say this is where church happens. We believe that but we also believe it is so much more.
Joining a small group is becoming a part of…
- a community of believers
- a support group
- a nurturing family
- an accountability group
They’re groups of people with common interests. They work together to understand scripture, Jesus, and God to the best of their abilities.
These groups, along with Bible Study resources, and available clergy to help guide, can accomplish so many things.
Join one of the Sunday small groups available here at Creekwood. Watch how your life changes for the better.
Agape Small Group
This small group is for adults in all stages of life. We focus on studies using the Bible, and other resources to take a deep dive into scripture.
Meets in Room 101 and on Zoom. Hybrid class.
Contact: Lyndsey Lessner [email protected]
Faithworks Class Sunday Small Group
Faithworks Sunday Small Group includes adults with college-aged children and grown kids.
Meets in Room 103.
Contact: Lauralee Campbell [email protected]
Celebration Small Group
Celebration Small Group includes adults 60+. Activities include in-depth Bible Studies, sing-a-longs, and social gatherings.
Meets in Room 110.
Contact: Frito Boyd [email protected]
The Nest Sunday Small Group
The Nest Group is for parents of young children. We’re trying to figure it out like everyone else. At least we’re doing it together with faith as our foundation.
Meets in Room 101.
Contact: Charlotte Smith [email protected]
Sojourners Small Group
The Sojourners is open to everyone, whether visiting, new, or current members at Creekwood.
The purpose of the class is to connect and grow deeper in faith with one another as we look at faith related to our wider world. To “sojourn” is to visit a particular place, or for this class, a particular topic, and explore how it relates to our lives.
Each week we’ll take a topic from a video lesson, i.e. TED Talks, YouTube clips, or other curricula – and discern how such topics (like relationships, being an introvert, shame, sports, and more) intersect with our wider culture, ourselves, and our faith.
Meets in Room 104.
Contact: Robert Dueck – [email protected]
For more information about any of these groups, resources for studies, or anything about Adult Ministries, contact Pastor David.