When you come to a Spring Road small group, you will be challenged to GROW in personal spiritual disciplines, to NURTURE others and to be nurtured in a faith community, and to INVEST your gifts through serving. Currently, our groups follow one of these formats:
- sermon-based questions to continue in a study of the message we recently heard preached (preview here)
- basic weekly question guide that accompanies the group's scriptural selection in personal devotional study and service (preview here)
- FREEDOM group study (Living In Freedom Everyday), a 13-week curriculum-based study in conjunction with Church of the Highlands (preview here)
Another form of small groups at Spring Road is the triad. Each triad consists of three adults, same gender, who meet weekly for at least one year for sermon-based study, mutual discipleship, and prayer. The goal of this very intentional form of discipleship is to challenge one another toward walking with Christ daily, healing from brokenness, and learning obedience to the Holy Spirit, with the goal of each triad member reproducing more disciples in the following year. Many professionals and parents like this format because of the ability to meet during a lunch hour in the work week or while kids are at school.
This is our "gateway" to small groups. This three-week event gives interested adults an opportunity to meet leaders, ask questions, and experience life in a small group. Afterward, we work individually with you to connect you to the best fit for you.
To view the SRCC small group covenant, click here.
If you are interested in joining a small group, click here!
Need more information? Email Michael Plank, our minister of discipleship.