Small Groups

 

Final Words by Adam Hamilton

book cover: Final WordsSix weeks beginning the week of February 18!

Enrich your Lenten journey by gathering with others to explore the meaning of Jesus’ dying words for our lives today. Sunday sermons will align with the six chapters in the book.

Three Easy Steps:

  1. Invite others and gather weekly (you only need 2–3 people to form a group!) Meet in your home, at a coffee shop or call to reserve space at the church.
  2. Pick up a book ($10) and one DVD per group, including an easy-to-follow Leader Guide with discussion questions.
  3. Let us know about your group and if you’d like guidance from one of our volunteer Small Group Coaches.

Contact Michelle Smith or call the church office at 402-423-5511


How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity! Psalm 133:1 (NIV)

If the Holy Spirit is the gasoline that runs Southwood, small groups might just be the engine. If you've felt your faith take a step forward when you joined the church, watch it make a huge leap when you connect with a Small Group. Small Groups at Southwood meet during focused times during the year (Lent and in the fall), but you will find that your Small Group connection is a true pivot point throughout the year in your unique place within the body of Christ's church. Also, small groups at Southwood have been known to serve together, so if you're more activity-oriented, you can find your place in a small group as well!

Contact Jo Sheets to get information about joining a small group.

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photo: Mark Mayer"Joining a Small Group is a great way to meet new people and get "plugged in" to the life of the church. I’ve been involved in Small Groups for many years. We’ve expanded our biblical knowledge and faith, shared personal triumphs and tragedies, and had some fun times."
—Mark Mayer