Notice: Our growth groups, besides 20’s and 30’s are on temporary hold or have gone virtual during the Covid 19 pandemic. If you have any questions about any of these groups, contact Pastor Mark here.
At Crestview we believe that it is important to be in regular intentional community with fellow believers. We encourage people to participate in and commit to a small group. We have several options with a diversity of formats, meeting times and activities. If you are interested in joining a group we would love to get you connected.
A few examples of small groups for fellowship and personal growth:
Intentional Parenting 6-Week Small Group
Sunday Weekly Evening Home Group with Mark and Deone Quist
Each fall, a new group of people gather to explore and grow in their understanding of what it means to love their neighbor. We explore resources such as The Art of Neighboring by Jay Pathok and Dave Runyan, The Nine Arts of Spiritual Conversations: Walking Alongside People Who Believe Differently by Qplace, and some other models for Discipleship and Mission. We gather together and tell our grace stories, learn and implement loving our actual neighbors in tangible ways, and gather again to reflect on our experiences and tell more stories. We meet 3 out of 4 times a month from September to January. We just completed our first circle and will continue to meet once a month for a meal, encouragement, and story telling.
Twice Monthly Wednesday Evening Home Group with Joe and Muffie Van Andel
This home group meets at 7 pm every other week on Thursday evening and is a book-based study. Sharing and discussion is usually over dessert. This gathering is on-going and open to newcomers. Specific format of the evening: Dessert from 7-7:30pm. Discussion from 7:30 – 8:30pm. Share and prayer from 8:30 – 9pm.
20’s + 30’s Small Group: Now virtually meeting online!
Here is our Facebook group:
TriCord Small Group
For people who want to go deeper with a couple of other people in the areas of Bible Study, accountability and support, Crestview offers the opportunity for a group of three people to meet. These groups are self-started, and the group members together intentionally craft how they will spend their time together. Resources and ideas to help jump start a group are available.