SMALL GROUPS

SPIRITUAL GROWTH IN THE COMPANY OF FRIENDS


MINISTRY OVERVIEW

Spiritual growth happens best in the company of friends. “Small Groups” are small gatherings of people who come together regularly to worship, care for one another, and help each other grow toward a thriving relationship with Jesus.

Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved. Acts 2:46-27



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Women's Monday Night Small Group

Authenticity. A word we hear a lot, right? But do we actually experience the reality of this in our relationships and community? We want to be a community that is countercultural: raw, real and consistently championing each other. We will listen and share our stories; we will dig deep. Join us as we worship, pray, study the scriptures and point each other towards Jesus and who He says we are. If you are longing for a community where you can be wildly real, known and loved anyway, this is for you. We meet at Minuti Coffee in Sugar Land from 7pm-9pm!

Led by: Lynn Kelly For Ages: 21+ Meets: Every Monday from 7:00pm-9:00pm
Childcare Available? No Topic: Bible Study, Book Study, General Study Group Type: Women Only
Location: Minuti Coffee Status: Open

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MINISTRY LEADER
  • James Menephee
    James Menephee
    Associate Pastor
James Menephee
Associate Pastor

James is the Community Life Pastor and oversees small group ministries along with compassion and enfolding. A native Houstonian, he was a youth and worship pastor in Nebraska,  and has been serving the Vineyard since 2013. In his free time he enjoys aviation, martial arts and learning languages.


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Community allows us to feel the effects of our humanity: the nobility of being made in God’s image, and the pain of being fallen and broken. It spurs us to see the hurt of our sin and to begin to turn away from it. It gives us a language and a grid through which we make sense of our experiences with God. The Gospel sets us free for this, to be slaves to one another, this time in love. We are to make our way in this fallen world together, bearing with one another, pushing toward restoration.

Will Walker, The Kingdom of Couches