Small Groups are one of the distinctive elements of Fellowship Bible Church. We feel that the large group setting (Sunday morning) is valuable but we are committed to members participating in small group fellowships as well. Like a bird, each size group acts like a wing. In conjunction, the wings keep the bird up and able to move in a desirable direction. Alone, a single wing, if it were able to keep the bird aloft at all, would cause the bird to fly in circles.
Each group has a value to bring to the growth of our members.
Both types of group provide opportunities for development. The large group provides opportunity to eat from a common bowl of the Word of God. Ideally, the small group provides opportunities for each of us to digest, live out, and “do life” together. Small groups provide additional ministry opportunities, one-on-one times, and opportunity for transparency that is nearly impossible in the large group setting.
If you are considering Fellowship Bible Church as a church home, consider joining one of the many small groups as well and take in the whole experience.
Spring 2017 Small Group Leaders and Topics
Mixed Small Groups
JEANNE & JOHNNY MILLER. (1st & 3rd Sundays, 5-7 pm,. We will eat/snack/fast as available, patiently read and discuss the book of Revelation, pray for one another. Hosts may vary. Additional activities possible. 125 Travertine Crossing, Lexington. NOTE: January only we’ll meet 2nd and 4th (January 8, 22). Currently this group is full. Contact: email@example.com.
JOHN & CAROLYN DAVIDSON (Tuesdays, 6:30-8 pm, open to another couple of adults; weekly) We will review and discuss the sermon from the previous Sunday. Meeting at various homes. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
DICK & SALLY HOHN (Tuesdays, three times a month, 7-8:30 pm; 14 adults, older children. The fourth week of the month will usually be a social and/or an outreach event.) We will study the book of First Peter and incorporate ideas from God Space: Where Spiritual Conversations Happen Naturally. Reading and involvement in discussion expected. Contact email@example.com. (c)315-4971.
DAVID & JULIE HOLZMANN (Wednesdays, 7–8:30 pm, weekly, 10 adults, no children). We will meet weekly to study a short passage of Scripture from the New Testament. No homework or advanced preparation needed. Food, fun, and fellowship with a focus on building community. Brief movie clips may be shown for illustration. And we have plenty of Bibles if you forget yours. We meet at 1 Fairforest Court, Columbia. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
WARREN & MARY WALL (Every other Friday 7-9 pm, This group is for young couples.) We will be studying and discussing the book of 1 Corinthians with an emphasis on looking at the grace of God to imperfect believers. The group will read portions of Scripture in between meetings and come prepared to share insights, questions, and applications. Currently full but slots may open or a second group may start. Interested? Contact: email@example.com.
JACK & LAEL ARRINGTON – (Fridays, twice per month, 7-9 pm, adults) We will study together The Jesus I Never Knew by Philip Yancey using both his book and DVD series. So it will help if you get the book and read in advance but it’s not required. First meeting 2/3 at 128 Kings Creek Road, Irmo. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women, save Thursdays and join us for our Spring study of The Broken Way by Ann Voskamp. We’ll begin Jan 26th and go for 6 sessions, meeting every other week, alternating with the MOPS weeks. Childcare available. 9:30 at FBC. Questions? Contact Lael Arrington (email@example.com, 803.807.9112) . Please purchase the book at LifeWay or online at your favorite retailer.
Please feel free to contact leaders with any questions you might have—especially to discuss childcare options.