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Women's Small Groups

Encouraging discipleship through the study of God’s Word in small groups. Women of the church meet together weekly in 2 different types of small groups throughout the school year. The groups are formed in September and run through May, but women may join groups any time of the year. In 2017-18 the groups will be studying 2 Samuel.

2017-2018
Tuesday, 9:30-11:30am, ABC, Childcare provided (Small Group)
Tuesday, 7:30-9:00pm, Fairfax County near Lake Braddock (Small Group)
Thursday, 8:00-9:30pm, Fairfax County near GMU (Small Group)
Thursday, 8:00-10:00pm, Arlington (Training Group)

If you are joining the church after September, and are interested in joining a small group, please contact Shelly Pelletier at shellypelletier@gmail.com. Shelly will coordinated with the Elders in placing you in a group that works with your schedule.

Small Groups

• Purpose: Study God’s Word in an intimate group in order to apply Truth to an individual member’s life. Members commit to attend every week for the entire school year unless they are sick or out of town.
• Study: Each member prepares before the study using the inductive method. Members actively participate in leader facilitated group discussions.
• Intimacy: Members strive to honestly and specifically apply truth to their daily lives which facilitates personal and practical application. The environment of intimacy built during the year creates trust which allows for greater accountability among the members of the group.
• Accountability: Members share honestly and deeply building spiritually accountable relationships. They welcome encouragement and admonition from other members of the group.

Training Groups

• Purpose: Study God’s Word in an intimate group in order to apply Truth to an individual member’s life and train women to be able to lead GRACE groups, Bible Studies and Reading Groups.
• Study: Each member prepares before the study using the inductive method. Members actively participate in leader facilitated group discussions and will also act as the leader as the year progresses. The group will also study how to lead using the inductive method, leadership skills, and biblical womanhood
• Accountability: Members share honestly and deeply building spiritually accountable relationships. They welcome encouragement and admonition from other members of the group
• Access: The elders invite various members to participate in the training groups.

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Each Fall, the Women's Discipleship Ministry has a small group kick off night.  

The Fall 2017 Kick Off Night, happened on September 7th. If you are participating in groups this year, or just want to know more about why we do groups and what we are studying, please visit the Fall 2017 Kick Off Night webpage, and click on the link to listen to Shelly's talk.