Growth Groups

As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.

Proverbs 27:17

Growth Groups are in-home Bible studies which meet in various homes throughout the area on Sunday afternoons and evenings. These groups provide a warm and friendly environment in which to study the Bible and are a great opportunity to get to know other people from the church. A typical meeting will begin with a time of Bible study, led by a trained Growth Group leader, followed by a time of fellowship and snacks. 

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Growth Group Locations and Leaders
Milton - Cam and Kerry Woolford / Steven Hammett
West Georgetown - Brian and Lynleigh Palmer
East Georgetown - Josh and Bethanne Marlowe
Harbeson - Dave and Michelle Keck
Milford - Kevin and Brittany Campbell / Tim and Emily Sweetman
South Harbeson  - Steve and Alex Cooper
Lewes East - Eric and Sarah Ruffcorn
Millsboro 1 - Dave and Emily Pettyjohn, Orval and Margie Foraker
Millsboro 2 - Duane and Jen Smith / Rob and Kate Reinert

Corporate Gatherings

We gather weekly as a church family for worship on the Lord's Day. This is the foundational "group" meeting.

Small Group

This is the primary Growth Group meeting format.  Groups consist of 12-20 adults and their children. They meet in area homes for a time of discussion based on the sermon.

Men's and Women's Group

While the main group gatherings are the foundation for Growth Groups, we want to encourage intentional relationships within the groups that pursue discipleship through honest discussion, confession, and encouragement.

1.2.1 Bible Reading

Draw near to God and he will draw near to you. That's a beuatiful promise from God. How do we draw near to God? One of the primary ways is through spending time in God's Word with others. Make time in your life to spend an hour with a friend in God's Word. Two meetings a month.

Family Time

Several times a year the groups will get together with no agenda other than to enjoy spending time together.