At The Water’s Edge, we are wholeheartedly committed to developing authentic community and believe that getting to know others through a small group is where you will see real life change and spiritual growth happen! Our small groups typically meet in homes and consist of gatherings of around 7-14 people. Small groups include a time for fellowship, study, prayer, and an occasional service project.
About Small Groups
Small Groups are a place where you can come as you are and explore who you want to become; learn who Jesus is and what it means to follow Him; and discover friends who will do life with you!
“My women’s small group has been very valuable to me. It is a comfortable environment to learn, grow in my faith and develop close relationships with others. I utilize what I learn from my group many times in my daily life. ” – Rhonda Hodges
“Our small group is a place we can be ourselves, and say anything. It’s where we grow in our Faith and can be open and honest about where we are on that journey. It’s where our Faith turned from a “Sunday-morning-when-we-had-time-thing”, into more of a lifestyle.” – Matt & Catherine Bosley
“For our family, being in a small group has been the defining experience in making our home at The Water’s Edge. It has helped us to get more engaged in serving at The Water’s Edge, helped us to stay on top of activities and projects the church is working on, and encouraged us to step out of our comfort zone to be involved. We are truly blessed to know these families. They are what fellowship is all about.” – Ron & Cathy Price
“It doesn’t take any kind of a profound understanding to belong to a small group. There’s no pressure to find all the right answers. Often, just asking the right questions is enough. Or don’t ask. Just think. That’s fine, too. At its best, the group strengthens bonds in every direction. We feel closer to our friends and family, to the church and its members with encouragement from the lessons of the group. The small-group experience has set us free to explore our faith. It’s helped give us that foundation to build our spiritual future.” – Mitch & Shannon Sherman