We believe that being part of a Group gives the best return on our investment of time. Life-changing faith can’t happen on our own. God designed us to be relational: we’re better together! Groups connect us to a life-giving community that supports us through the challenges and victories of life. They encourage us to grow in our faith and provide our greatest opportunity to do exactly what Jesus invited us to do: love God and our neighbors. Join a Group at Dayspring and put yourself and your family in the best position to discover the life God is calling you to live!
Spiritual growth doesn’t only happen in corporate worship, but often happens in less formal gatherings like small groups. A small group typically meets on a weekly basis for fellowship, study, prayer, and reflection. Small groups allow us to experience the purpose and power of Christ in our lives, dig deeper in our faith, and grow closer to God.
HOW TO GET STARTED
Contact Us: We want to help everyone become connected and to feel that they are a part of a loving, caring and growing community. We would love to help you find your place here. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, fill out a Connect Card on Sunday morning, or just drop by the office, and allow us to help you Connect, Grow and Love through a Dayspring Group.
Join an Existing Group: Most of our groups are open to accepting new members midstream. Many of our study/discussion groups do 4-6 week topical studies, so joining one at the beginning of a new study is a great time to get plugged in. Our fellowship, support and service groups are always open for people to join. During the summertime, many of our small groups take a planned break by adjusting their schedules, meeting only once a month to stay connected. However we always have multiple Groups active, so don’t hesitate to reach out! Browse our current group offerings below!
Start your own small group: Do you have friends that are ready to explore Scripture and/or find meaningful connection? Let us help you get started. We’ll meet with the group, cast the vision and provide some ideas for study options.