- Life Groups at Calvary exist to help you Be Known, Know Others, and Know God.
- All Life Groups have four major functions: fellowship together, utilize Scripture, pray for each other, and serve together.
- Life Groups are made up of 3-15 individuals, have a place and way to meet regularly, are guided by a facilitator committed to being spiritually and emotionally sound, and as a ministry of Calvary Church are accountable to church leadership and vision.
While all groups share the above qualities, each group develops its own style. Here is a list of open groups (actively meeting and have space for new participants) and a bit about each:
Thursday Night online
This group started as a young adult/career group and retains some of that flavor but is open to all. They are currently a very small group. Recent study: Apostles Creed (video series)
Wednesday Night, Men online during COVID-19, normally in Annandale
This is a men’s group. Men of different ages and stages focus on Bible study, conversation, accountability, and social outings. Recent study: Revelations
Thursday Night, Women online during COVID-19, normally in Annandale home
This is a women’s group. Women of different ages and stages participate in study, prayer and confession, and social outings. Recent study: 1st and 2nd Peter
Thursday Daytime conference call during COVID-19, normally in Annandale home
Includes men and women, mostly retirees, but not exclusively. Recent study: Genesis
Sunday Morning online during COVID-19, normally in Annandale
Variety of married and single adults who love lively conversation. Recent study: Nazarene Group Study on The Book of James
Rotating Day and Location: online during COVID-19, normally rotates between Sunday nights in Annandale, Friday nights in Alexandria home, and social events. Members can participate in study meetings in-person or via online video connection.
Versatile in age and stage from new parents to empty-nesters. Young kids are included in social gatherings and may toddle around study sessions. Recent Study: Spiritual Disciplines Handbook (a series of stand-alone lessons focused on things like Holy Communion, prayer, etc.)
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, get connected, or inquire about forming groups.