Everyone is encouraged to participate in one of our
small group Bible Studies (or just “small groups” for short).
Small groups generally meet once a week for one and a half
hours, and have a discussion format. They are typically
facilitated by a fellow grad student. Small groups are an
excellent avenue through which to discover the truth in God's
Word and how it applies to our lives. They are also a great way
to make lasting friendships.
We welcome you to try one out. If you would like to
be in a small group Bible study or if you would like more
details, just contact one of the small group leaders. For any
and all other questions, please contact Aaron Snook.
Central Campus Area - Tuesday Night (8:15pm - 9:30pm)
Location: The Lindquists' house - 315 Orchard Hills Dr.
We will be studying several books of the Minor Prophets,
with occasional discussions of Proverbs. For our first meeting, we will be
meeting at Orange Leaf (2613 Plymouth Rd) to have some frozen yogurt and
get to know each other. The study will start the following week at
Brittan's apartment. Hope you can join us!
North Campus Area - Thursday Night (7:00pm - 9:00pm)
Our small group will be a discussion-based Bible study
in which people may take turns leading (notes will be provided, as well as other
support if needed). Fall semester we are going to focus on the topic of freedom--
exploring what the Bible says about freedom and how God can bring real freedom in
our daily life. We want to build this community as a place where people can
comfortably be open with one another, care and love each other, and grow together
in Jesus Christ. The group will start meeting on 9/4/14, with a potluck dinner.
Men of Valor
Location: Trotter Multicultural Center
(parking in back)
This is a Bible Study through our Black Scholars and
Progessionals (BSAP) chapter. It meets on Tuesdays
at the Trotter Multicultural Center from 6:30-8:00pm. (Parking is
in the back.) Newcomers welcome for Fall 2014!