Have a question? Please contact Tom Stoltz/ Pastor of Small Groups.
Small groups are where biblical community happens at Rock Brook (Acts 2:42-47). Every member is a participant and has shared ownership in a small group. Small groups are a vital part of Rock Brook’s Life Development discipleship-making process. Most ministries at Rock Brook require that you be in a small group to volunteer to serve in that ministry.
Small Groups balance the five purposes of Membership, Maturity, Ministry, Mission, and Magnification in the group. When a person finds a small group they like, they will stick with that small group for years. This is where we DO the over 50 “one anothers” found in the Bible - Love one another, care for one another, encourage one another, celebrate…
For more information on why small groups are important, download this PDF.
If you have questions about small groups, download this PDF.
What is happening now
Rock Brook small groups meet on a semester based schedule. We have three semesters a year and each semester is tilted according to the month it starts - January Semester, May Semester, and September Semester. Each semester is three months long and includes at least one six to eight week study, small group ministry and mission projects , and a celebration dinner with communion.
Three to four weeks before each semester starts we open up small groups so that people attending our weekend services have an opportunity to find and join a small group.
What can you do until then? You can join a get fit group.