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Care Groups @ BCC
Click here for a list of current Care Groups
Care Groups...So Nobody Stands Alone
Why Care Groups?
We believe that a care group is the best place for sustained life change to occur. If you want to grow to have a deeper knowledge of God and his purpose for your life, then there is no better place to start than in a small group bible study. Care groups provide a more intimate setting for exploring God's Word and digging deeper into more complex issues, like the challenges of life. It’s also where they pray, care for one another, and are missed if they don’t show up.
This is the environment where we celebrate the successes and good times of life, as well as comfort one another during the tough and disappointing times. It is a place to be encouraged, equipped, and challenged to become a fully devoted follower of Jesus Christ. Small groups are a great place for new and experienced Christians to discuss the meaning and application of biblical doctrines. We can learn a lot from the stories of fellow group members and their insights into God's Word.
“My prayer is not for them alone. I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message, that all of them may be one…may they be brought to complete unity to let the world know that you sent me and have loved them, even as you have loved me.”
Perhaps you’ve never been part of a group before and are wondering, “What’s the big deal? Why care groups?” here are Seven Reasons to Join!
Seven Reasons to Join a Care Group at BCC
1. You will understand the Bible better in a care group.
Frequently Asked Questions about Care Groups:
Q. When do care groups meet?
A. Each care group decides when and where it wants to meet. We can help you find groups that are meeting on a particular night or in a certain area of the city and connect you with them.
Q. How long does a care group last?
A. Most care groups form and immediately commit to meet for 12-24 months but the length of time that your group meets together is decided by your group.
Q. How do I join a care group?
A. Call the contact person and receive specific information about the group. If you need help in finding a small group contact Beth Morris at 519-759-2309 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also email the church at email@example.com, or fill out the tear off section of the weekly bulletin and indicate that you want more information about small groups, and someone will follow up with you. Click here for a list of ground rules you can use with your small group.
Care Group Co-ordinator:
Beth Morris (519) 759-2309