Summer 2020 Groups Sign-up

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Online Groups

These groups will be meeting online via Zoom.  After signing up for a group, the group leader will contact you with the Zoom meeting details.  Please email if you have any questions about a particular group.  

Bible Survey (Class) | Wednesdays @ 12:00 Noon
Leader:  Bryan Williams
Here's a chance to learn while you eat lunch.  Bryan will be walking through the entire Bible, looking at how the Bible tells one story. Together you'll be looking at the message of different books and genres of Scripture.  You'll also explore the connection between the Old Testament and New Testament.

Class begins June 10
Class size: 50 participants
Financial Peace University | Thursdays @ 6:30 PM
Leaders: Stacey and Isaac Viers

Financial Peace University is designed to give you really practical advice for managing money and getting out of debt.  It's a proven method that has helped thousands of people gain financial freedom.  Group has two parts: you will watch a video with the week's content at some point during the week and then you will meet on Thursdays to discuss the video with the group and share your experiences.

This group requires the purchase of a Financial Peace University kit which is $99. Click here to purchase the kit.  The purchase includes everything you will need and 12 months access to all of the videos and training courses. Click here to email with any questions.

Group begins June 11
Group Size: 15 participants
Women's Group | Wednesdays @ 7:00 PM
Leader: Tammy Williams

Are you looking to connect with the Scriptures and other women?  If so, this is a group where you can do just that.  This group will be studying Entrusted: a Study of 2 Timothy by Beth Moore. This is powerful study that has video teaching components, daily personal devotional guides, as well as group discussion questions to help you live out what you are learning.

Group begins June 10.
Group Size: 15 participants
Starting Point | Sundays @ 11:00 AM
Leader: Kendall Root

Everything has a starting point—your life, your relationships, your education, your career.  Sometimes we forget that faith has a starting point as well. What if you could find a solid starting point for faith?  Whether you’re new to faith, curious about God, or coming back to church after some time away, it’s a place where your opinions and beliefs are valued, and no question is off limits. In this group, you'll dive into themes of Start, Problem, Trust, Rules, Jesus, Grace, Faith, and Invitation.

Group begins May 31
Group Size: 20 people
Good and Beautiful Life | Tuesdays @ 1:00 PM
Leader: Addie Maxwell

"I have never met a person whose goal was to ruin his or her life. We all want to be happy, and we want it all of the time." So begins James Bryan Smith in The Good and Beautiful Life. The problem is, he tells us, we have bought into false notions of happiness and success. Following the Sermon on the Mount, you'll wrestle with how you can replace  false beliefs with Jesus' narratives about life in the kingdom of God.

Group begins June 2
Group Size: 20 people

Saginaw Area

These groups will be meeting in person.  Appropriate social distancing and cleaning precautions will be taken.  Please email if you have any questions about a particular group.  

Men's Group | Tuesdays @ 8AM
Location: Cardinal Square Campus

A group of men gathering together to read the Bible together, pray for each other, and laugh together.  Doesn't matter if you are new to faith or if you've grown up in church, if you're a guy, you're welcome to join.  We're meeting outside at the Cardinal Square Campus.

Group begins June 9
Lemon Squeezers (Monthly) | 3rd Friday @ 6:00 PM
Location: Cardinal Square Campus
Leaders: Jody Short & Tracey Brown
Lemons are ladies of all ages who meet monthly to build each other up. Life is sometimes hard; filled with of fears, hopes, joy and sadness, heartache and frustration.

We come together, as sisters in Christ, to support each other. Our meeting time includes a Bible study, crafts, and lots of laughter, prayer, and food. By the end of the evening, we have turned our lemons into lemonade.