Small Groups

We believe that all growing Christians should be involved in a a small group of other believers for the purpose of accountability so that we are equipped to effectively go into the world to live out the life of Christ.

Scroll for Sunday, Wednesday, and other affinity small group options.

ALL NEXTGEN MINISTRIES SMALL GROUPS MEET DURING SUNDAY AM AND WEDNESDAY PM ADULT OPTIONS.


Wednesday Night Small Groups 
Summer Session 1, May 18 – June 15:

Divorce Care –Led by Kelsey Lin, Joy Atkins, Emily Mullins, Room 222

Divorce Care is a divorce recovery support group where you can find help and healing for the hurt of separation and divorce.  This group is led by those who have walked this journey and found hope and healing for a new season of life.  Reservations are required if classes for children are needed.    

Finance Care-Rotating leaders including Jea Agee, Don Hastings, Room 221

This small group will explore topics related to personal finance management.     Specific personal financial advising will not be provided but learning will include the following topics:  why healthy financial management matters, current trends in financial planning, estate planning, asset protection and creative ways for charitable giving, investment 101, and gaining control over your finances.    This group is for all ages and stages of life as well as for all levels of income. 

Who is HCN?-Led by Pastor Matt Hastings, Room 224

Membership in a local church is a declaration of belonging. You don’t pick a biological family, but with a church family, you get to choose! We declare, “These are my people. We don’t agree on everything, but I will stay by their side through the highs and lows of life. I will love them and accept love from them. I belong here!” This small group will navigate the Nazarene Articles of faith and explore what it means to choose to join Hermitage Church.  Both those who are interested in joining HCN or those who are already members are invited to attend this small group. 

HeartWork:  A Crafty Small Group to Cultivate Connection with Self, Others & Our Creator- Pastor Jenn Neely, Room 126The Parlor

Using Brene Brown’s Gifts of Imperfection, this small group will create to discover how to connect with self, others and God.  Cost is $20 for supplies.  No creative, artistic, or crafty skills necessary! 

Book Club:  The Red Tent,Led by: Rachelle Reigard, Room 225

This small group will read and discuss the novel, The Red Tent, by Anita Diamante.  This novel is a modern classic interpretation of the biblical story of Dinah, revealing the traditions and turmoil of ancient womanhood.  It’s rich storytelling will give you a new lens thru which to view biblical women’s lives.    

ALL NEXTGEN MINISTRIES SMALL GROUPS MEET DURING SUNDAY AM AND WEDNESDAY PM ADULT OPTIONS.


Other Small Group Opportunities

NEW WEIGHT LOSS ACCOUNTABILITY SMALL GROUP Beginning Tuesday, April 12, 6:30PM in the Parlor, Room 126, led by Wendi Harrison.

Twenty Somethings, single or married – Bi-weekly Tuesday nights. Contact Tanner or Brittany Webb at tanner.webb08@gmail.com

College Age Students – Summer Mondays with Peyton Schmelzenbach. 

Core GroupsCore Groups are 3-4 people who meet together regularly for one year to go through a discipleship study. If you are interested in participating in a core group, contact Pastor Carol at waller.cw@gmail.com.

 

 

Discipleship

Discipleship is a word that literally means “the process of learning about the teachings of another, internalizing them and then acting upon them”. Hermitage Church is committed to the teaching of Jesus Christ and has made the investment of resources to equip and empower others to “learn and live” out the “Word of God”.

From our Wednesday night classes to our Sunday morning Groups, we teach relevant lessons from the Bible, which teach and guide all how to live a victorious life in an upside down, volatile world. Hermitage Church does more than just teach about Christ, we also invest our time, energy, and resources to equip and empower disciples to live out the gospel within our community and around the world. There are numerous options of ministries and activities to take what the Bible says and put it to action. At Hermitage Church, discipleship is more than a class–it is a lifelong process of walking in step with God.