Small Groups are one of the best ways to get connected at Garfield Memorial. Bible studies and other groups are available throughout the week. If you are interested in being part of or starting a Journey group check out the list below or contact Pastor Terry McHugh email@example.com.
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Be a “Host” / Join a Group- New Groups Start in May
Consider being a small group HOST for one of the new, short term (6 week) “What Makes You Happy?” small groups that will run during our post-Easter teaching series,“What Makes You Happy? It’s Not What You’d Expect….” All a HOST needs to do is: H – Have a Heart for people; O – Be willing to Open the door to your home or a space at one of our facilities; S – Serve a beverage; T – Turn on the small group video. Participants will receive study booklets for use during the series. We will have an off-site fellowship time and training event led by our pastoral team for all hosts on Saturday, May 4th at noon with lunch. If you are willing to serve as a host, or would like to be part of a group, please Contact: Pastor Terry McHugh ASAP, email@example.com.
House of Prayer Study – Pepper Pike
Mondays 7:30-9:00 PM, Pepper Pike (Community Room).
New study TBA.
House of Prayer Study – South Euclid
Thursdays, 7-8:30 PM, South Euclid (Prayer Room). 7-8 PM
This 9-week small group experience using the resource Multiethnic Conversations: an Eight-week Journey toward Unity in your Church by Mark DeYmaz and Oneya Fennell Okuwobi is offered several times per year. Through short readings and discussion, we’ll discover together what it means to be “Walking, Working & Worshiping Together as One” in a safe, authentic atmosphere. Led by Kimberly Chapmon-Wynne. Childcare provided through grade 5. Contact Pastor Terry McHugh, firstname.lastname@example.org, to learn more.
Women’s Small Group
All interested women are invited to join a Women’s Small Group for a 12-week study and discussion starting on Tuesdays, 7-8:30 PM as we read the book, Lies Women Believe and the Truth that Sets Them Free by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. As women, we have all experienced defeats and failures, self-doubt, insecurities, we long for approval and we ache to do things over to have lives of peace and harmony. This discussion group will support us as we wrestle with and search the Bible for answers to tough issues. Contact: TiaGilmore@hotmail.com
Men’s Small Group
(2nd & 4th Mondays, 6:30-8 PM) (Pepper Pike) Meets in Main Lobby, Pepper Pike.
Our men’s group is a group of guys that meets to read and discuss a wide range of books about the Christian faith. We usually spend 6-8 Mondays per book, so the reading requirements are not too strenuous and there are plenty of opportunities to join in. At our meetings, we talk about the readings and often put the materials into the context of the challenges and blessings of today’s society. It is not all serious, though – we have a lot of laughs and enjoy fellowship and each other’s company for 90 minutes twice a month. We welcome anyone who would like to join us! Contact email@example.com
Mom’s Small Group
(1st & 3rd Thursdays, 9:30 – 11:00 AM, free, loving childcare provided).
This group meets during the traditional school year. We average two Bible studies throughout the year. Childcare is provided. New study starts Sept. 6 on Twelve More Women of the Bible.
Wednesday Christ Care Group
The Wednesday night Christ Care group meets on Wednesday evenings (except for holiday seasons) in September through May from 7:30 to 9:00 PM in the homes of members in Cleveland Heights, Shaker Heights, Moreland Hills and Gates Mills. Men and women, singles and couples, comprise our group, which seeks to live our lives together. Meetings consist of sharing, prayer and Bible study using study books, videos and other materials. In May we will be engaged in an in-depth study of The Sermon on the Mount. For information contact Mary Ann Janke at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Financial Peace University
Financial Peace University (“FPU”) is offered several times a year. This 9 week short term small group teaches money management using planning, emotions, relationships and Biblical principles. Each class consists of a video presentation and discussion of common questions. Participants receive a workbook, textbook, CDs, and access to FPU‘s extensive online resources. Topics include budgeting, saving, investing, and insurance The cost is $50 per person/couple. If you are interested please contact Ron Janke, email@example.com
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