Why We Have Groups

We want everyone who attends New Vision to be in a group. Corporate worship is important, but Pastor Brady will tell you that if you only have one hour a week to give, give it to a group. Besides Bible study, groups create opportunities for personal accountability and building life long friendships as you also grow in your relationship with Christ. It's the single best way for people to give and receive ministry and to feel “connected” to their church.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How Do I Get Into a Group?

We offer a wide array of groups. For off campus groups you can look below for open groups, just click the links for which group fits you best. For on campus groups you can find times below and contact us for more information! You can also stop by The HUB before or after service this Sunday and a volunteer will be happy to help. The HUB is located near the coffee bar.

Off Campus Groups

 


Adults


Small groups are a key aspect of our church community. Some groups meet here on campus throughout the week, but most meet weekly in the home of a group member.

Adult Groups


Care


Care Ministry Groups and gatherings provide gospel centered resources and choices that help people to learn and apply God’s truths to their specific struggles.


Care Groups


College


College based Small Groups exist to connect young adults with his heart, his church and his mission. We have college based small group studies meeting all over our city!

College Groups


High School


Students are challenged and encouraged through community, Bible study, and prayer, and challenged to apply their faith in everyday life. These groups meet on Sunday mornings.


High School Groups

On Campus Groups

 

 

For More Information Email:

 

 

Are you interested in hosting a group?

Hosting a group means that you support the group ministry at New Vision by providing a place (your home or office space) to host a group to meet on a regular basis. You provide a welcoming atmosphere that encourages a biblical community to be experienced. If you would like to provide a place for a group to meet, please email .

Are you interested in leading a group?

As a leader for one of our groups, we ask that you embrace the five values of groups at New Vision (Connect, Discipleship, Prayer, Ministry, and Serve). You do not have to be a theological scholar, but we ask that you have the heart to lead people into spiritual growth from your own Christian walk experience. Because we value our leaders at our group, please view the qualifications that we ask:

Qualifications

  • Have a personal, growing relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Recognize the Bible as the source of authority in your life
  • Be a member of New Vision
  • Have prior New Vision group experience
  • Be prepared to provide spiritual and moral guidance as you lead a group.

Expectations

  • Lead the group by facilitating the group meeting, encouraging its health and duration, and promoting participation among group members
  • Commit to engage in group leadership development opportunities provided by New Vision Identify and develop an apprentice leader to help start more new groups
  • If you would like to begin to discuss with one of our leaders about serving as a leader please email:

Group Resources

RESOURCES PAGE