What can I expect from a typical small group?
A variety of things depending on the group! At NMPC, we want to offer groups that are as diverse as the needs of our people! We are always considering what groups might be beneficial for our NMPC family. Some of our current small groups include:
- Mentor Moms Groups – These groups are a time for mothers to share their experiences, encourage one another, and to learn from more experienced moms.
- Women’s Bible Study – This group meets to study books of the Bible together and discuss how God’s ways impact every part of our lives.
- Men’s Prayer & Accountability Groups – These groups meet together to pray with one another and hold each other accountable to live godly lives.
- Community Groups – These groups meet to strengthen faith and foster deeper community in a small group setting. These groups are for anyone, and will typically meet in people’s homes in the evening.
Can anyone participate in a NMPC small group?
Yes! Small groups are for NMPC members, attenders, and their neighbors. Contact us and we will do our best to find a group that is right for you.
When/where do small groups meet?
Small groups meet at a variety of times throughout the week, at the church, coffee shops, and at people’s homes.
Are children invited to small groups?
Childcare is handled individually by each small group. Groups could decide to hire a babysitter, rotate a parent each week, have an older child from the group watch the younger children, or handle childcare individually.
Interested in learning more about small groups? Contact Josh Garrett Josh@nmpc.net