We weren’t made to go through life alone. Whether we are celebrating the joys of life or experiencing heartbreak, it’s important that we journey with others by our side. We weren’t meant to merely get through life, but to become more like Jesus as we experience it...together.
We believe that two are better than one. That circles are better than rows. That life’s better connected.
Why? Because when people connect relationally as they grow spiritually, that is when life transformation
happens best! That’s why we want to help you get connected with a group that’s right for you.
Immanuel offers the following five types of groups to help you
know Jesus and grow to be like Him in the context of community.
Starting Point is an eight-session small group conversation about faith.
Whether you’re curious about God, coming back to church after some time away, or been following Jesus for years, it’s a place where your opinions and beliefs are valued, and no question is off limits.
To learn more about Starting Point, click HERE.
Community Groups are small groups of adults that usually meet weekly for connection and spiritual growth. Members of all ages, stages of life, and spiritual maturity are welcome.
To learn more about our Community Groups, click HERE.
Study groups meet to learn more about God and the Bible all for the purpose of becoming more like Jesus. Usually a specific topic or book of the Bible is what brings these groups together. There are certainly social and communal aspects to these groups, but they have a much more structured feel. They will often include required reading and study outside the meeting times.
To see a list of our Study Groups, click HERE.
Groups for moms are focused primarily on bringing moms together for this journey of motherhood. They’re an easy place to meet other moms with similar interests and build friendships. These groups are easy to join and are always open.
For more information on groups for moms click HERE.
Recovery Groups are focused on individuals healing holistically. Whether it’s recovering from chemical dependency, walking through mental health challenges or overcoming the hurts, habits, and hangups in our lives, recovery groups help people pursue holistic healing by embracing Jesus as their higher power. Weekly meetings, with both large and small group components, are essential elements to these groups. Recovery groups are always open.
To learn more about our Recovery Groups, click HERE.
A breakout group for friends and family of those in recovery called Stronger Together is available on Thursday nights.