Small Groups

Doing life together is better than doing life alone!

Small Groups are a great way to meet new friends, grow in your relationship with God and make a difference in your community. You can check out all of the Calvary Wesleyan Church Small Groups HERE

We offer four different Small Groups at Calvary Wesleyan Church.  Learn more about each one and find the one that best meets your needs.

CONNECT GROUPS:  Connect groups are centered around building relationships. Imagine a group of people coming together to have fun and get to know one another better.  These groups can take place anywhere and might consist of  dinner parties, theme nights, tailgating, bonfires, game nights, seasonal parties, yoga etc.  Connect Groups meet monthly throughout the year.

GROWTH GROUPS:  Growth groups are focused around a topic of study or a book.  These groups occur in semester and  often meet for 6-8 weeks.  You can expect deeper understanding and study of God’s Word using the Bible, study guides and/or books.  Growth groups also allow for members to build a community of people who care for one another through prayer, encouragement, and meeting the needs of its members.

LINK GROUPS:  Link groups are a group of three to five people who read together, pray together, and meet together to become the love of God for one another and the world.   John Wesley once famously said, “There is no holiness apart from social holiness.” He was talking about doing discipleship in the context of real relationships. In essence, you can’t become a real Christian alone. The way forward is as close as a few other people who are willing to link together.
Link groups are not traditional small groups or typical accountability groups. The primary curriculum is the lives of the "linkmates," joined together in the fellowship of the Holy Spirit.

PLUNGE GROUPS:  When an individual decides that he/she would like to baptized, they will be partnered with someone further along their walk with Christ as they learn the foundational truths of living a life surrendered to Jesus.  These groups are meant to be one-on-one and lend themselves to a mentor/mentee relationship.


You can also hear more about the impact Small Groups have had on members' lives by watching the video below.