Why should I join a group?
Jesus’ new commandment to love one another is meant to be taken seriously. We hear it repeated throughout the New Testament as the ‘one another’ command. And this one-anothering is best expressed and carried out in small, relational contexts. Therefore, groups are an integral part of the mission of WEFC, as we aim to live authentically. There are two types of groups at WEFC where people connect relationally, converse biblically, and care personally. As you consider which group would be good for you, know that we’d love to help assist you in finding a group.
Neighborhood groups are a place to form connections, relationships, and a sense of belonging centered around living life together in YOUR region, meeting YOUR neighbors and serving YOUR community. These are groups that meet bimonthly, based on geographical location, and will be fully integrated with young adults (18-25 yrs), singles (parents, widow/widower, divorced and simply single), empty nesters, and middle aged couples. Through our diversity, we hope to value each person by learning from each other, loving on each other, and discovering the unity we have in Jesus. If you would like to take the next step of joining a group click HERE.
Leading a Group
Click HERE if you're interested in finding out more about what's involved in leading a neighborhood group.
Interest Groups most often meet on campus and are a time to come together to study God's word, encourage each other, and play out practical application of God's truth in our lives. They usually meet weekly for 10-15 weeks. We offer women’s bible studies, men’s bible studies, books of the Bible studies, topical studies, and many others. Click HERE to find out what is currently being offered. If you would like to take the next step of joining a group click HERE.
Leading a Group
Click HERE if you're interested in finding out more about what's involved in leading an interest group.