The family of God’s people meeting for fellowship & study
What is a Small Group? A group of people who meet together at someone’s house or at the church for one evening every fortnight.
Why have Small Groups? Small groups provide a sense of Christ-centred community, particularly in a large church, in which we form close relationships and talk about meaningful matters of faith. They enable the “one anothers” (love, accept, greet, bear with, encourage, serve, instruct, pray for) to be put into action. Small Groups are a major way we as a church care, learn, mature, serve and reach out
What goes on? Bible study, discussion, prayer, chat over tea or coffee.
Who are they for? Anyone! People with questions, people wanting to make friends within the church, people wanting to explore and deepen their faith, new Christians, people who like to discuss issues… We strongly encourage everyone in the congregation to be members of small groups, and to see them as core to our congregational life
We’ve about 20 Small Groups at Knock at the moment with over 200 people in. They’ve all got their different group characters. If you’re interested, try one and see! Over 200 people already do.
When and where are they held? Different groups meet on different evenings from Sunday to Thursday. The groups usually meet twice a month alternately with Powerhouse our prayer meeting.
To find a Small Group that suits you, please speak to one of the ministers or complete the adjacent form.
For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11