Why Should I Join A Small Group?

Throughout the Bible we see examples of the importance of relationships. In fact, the Bible refers to us as a “body.” (1 Corinthians 12:12-26) Small groups enable us to join on this journey of relationship and belonging. It is challenging, but very worth the effort.
 

What Is A Small Group?

  • Consists of 6-14 adults and sometimes their children
  • Led by trained volunteer leaders who are training other volunteer leaders
  • Meets regularly in one another’s homes or in the community
  • Multiplies into more groups as it grows
 

What Does A Small Group Do?

  • Share Life (Acts 2:42-47)
  • Pursue Change (2 Corinthians 3:18)
  • Grow Together (Acts 16:5)

What Small Groups are Available?

Paul & Karen Hendon
Mixed group of adults
Meets every other Thursday
6:30 PM
Children Welcome
Location: Schofield
 
Craig & Mary Kowatch
Mixed group of adults
Meets every other Sunday
6:00 PM
Children Welcome
Location: Wausau
 
Mike & Amy Lanser
Mixed group of adults
Meets every other Saturday
4:30 PM
Children Welcome
Location: Wausau
Rob & Lynelle Love
Mixed group of adults
Meets every other Saturday
6:30 PM
Children Welcome
Location: Wausau
 
John & Carol McAuley
Mixed group of adults
Meets every other Monday
1:30 PM
Childcare Available: no
Location: Kronenwetter
 
Chris & Theresa Menard
Mixed group of adults
Meets every other Sunday
6:30 PM
Children Welcome
Location: Marathon
 
John & Sue Miller
Mixed group of adults
Meets every Friday
6:30 PM
Location: Little Chicago
 
Gary & Deb Scharping
Mixed group of adults
Meets every Sunday
6:00 PM
Location: Church
 
Mike & Kris Schlagel
Mixed group of adults
Meets one Friday per month
5:30 PM
Children Welcome
Location: Mosinee & Various
 
Jay & Kerry Sparks
College age & pre-family
Meets every other Tuesday
6:30 PM
Location: Wausau
 
Jerry & Barb Sutter
Mixed group of adults
Meets every other Saturday
6:30 PM
Children Welcome
Location: Schofield
 

How Do I Join A Small Group?