What Does A Small Group Look Like?
A Small Group is a meeting of 4-12 people who intentionally choose to meet regularly for the purpose of growing as disciples of Jesus. Small Groups will often meet in each other’s homes or at the church to complete a Faith Formation Program or Bible Study which is often video based and allows for prayer, group discussion and the sharing of food and fellowship.
Why Join A Small Group?
Life was not meant to be lived alone! A Small Group gives you an extended family that encourages, supports and grows in faith with you. It’s a place where you can search and ask questions about life and God. Our hope is to have everyone at Holy Family meeting in Small Groups; learning, praying, sharing and growing together in Christ.
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Watch as some of our parishioners share their Small Group experience.
Why YOU need a small group…
Life is busy and you’re probably thinking “I just don’t have time, how an I possibly commit to anything else? I’m already overloaded and overwhelmed as it is!” Well, guess what? That is probably the best reason to be in a small group!
Why? Because we all need a place to belong and work through the issues of life. Because we all need to set aside time to get away from the distractions and stresses of life. Because we all need to work at deepening our relationship with God and engaging in relationships that ultimately will help us become more like Christ. Let’s face it, life is hard, but it’s even harder if you try to do it alone. If you’re doing life alone, we challenge you to join a small group today and see how it can change you! What if weeks in a small group can change the rest of the year for you and your loved ones?
How Do I Join A Small Group?
We have a diverse range of small groups, meeting at various times of the week, each one focussing on different aspects of our faith! Come to our welcome desk after Mass, and ask about joining a small group, or send us a message here and we will contact you to set you up with a group that best suits you and your schedule!”