We're looking for group leaders!
This ministry is growing and we're looking for new group leaders for the 2019-2020 season.
Are you committed to Christ? Teachable? Like to spend time with other Christians?
This may be for you!
We're hosting an informational meeting for prospective leaders on
Sunday morning, May 5th in room 123.
The meeting will be at 11:00 am and will last approximately 45 mintues.
Life Groups are about community. Community is a theme that runs throughout Scripture. The New Testament church set the example for us as it demonstrated how Believers came together to pray, worship, learn, fellowship and share a meal. Jesus modeled this with His twelve disciples, and so small groups were an integral part of the early church structure. They were small enough to allow members to minister to each other, use their talents and spiritual gifts, and be discipled in the teachings of Jesus.
Life groups exist for the same reason today, to provide fellowship and mutual support so that the church can have an impact in society. They encourage and build up one another so that the body of Christ can be cared for and the world can be infuenced through their example.
Fairmount's Life Group Ministry brings together adults for mutual support, studying God's Word, fellowship and prayer. As these groups offer a unique opportunity for members to connect on a deeper level, we encourage members to commit to meeting together regularly.
- Groups meet weekly September through June.
- Groups meet in the evenings, Mondays through Thursdays.
The registration form will ask you about your preferences. We will help find the right group for you!
Fairmount has many opportunities for growth through groups.
Click here to see similarities and differences:
Read about one couple's experience this past year: http://www.fairmountchristian.org/forecasters/forecaster20180718.pdf
"And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another - and all the more as you see the Day approaching."