Get connected and find community at Middletown Christian Church by joining one of our new Community Groups this fall. Whether you’re already participating in a small group or have never been in an MCC small group, you’re invited to participate in these new groups. This is a great opportunity to meet new people and explore faith and life topics together during 2020.
Both Online & In-Person groups (when available) will be offered.
How do you sign up?
- Read through the group descriptions below to figure out what interests you.
- Fill out the sign-up form here: https://forms.gle/Sz15eDzBbqgV9sfy9
- Sign-up is open until August 16th. Groups of 10 will be put together by staff when sign-ups close.
- You’ll receive an email introducing your group to each other. Your group will set the date and time for your first gathering in September!
If you have any other questions, please contact Rachel Freeny at [email protected].
FALL 2020 COMMUNITY GROUPS
Each group has a book/video/topic study to begin with. If your group decides to stay together beyond the first study, you can decide together what you want to do next. Rachel Freeny can also provide suggested resources.
The Church & Racial Reconciliation
Be the Bridge: Pursuing God’s Heart for Racial Reconciliation by Latasha Morrison
The Church on Mission
Toxic Charity: How Churches & Charities Hurt Those They Help & How to Reverse It by Robert D. Lupton
LGBTQ+ Christians & Allies
UnClobber: Rethinking our Misuse of the Bible on Homosexuality by Colby Martin
Bible Study Group
John: The Gospel of Light and Life by Adam Hamilton
Spiritual Practices Group
Sacred Rhythms: Spiritual Practices that Nourish Your Soul & Transform Your Life by Ruth Haley Barton
“New Beginnings” Men’s Group
led by George Irvin
A group for all men that focuses on spiritual growth, mutual encouragement, outreach, and relationships. Meets every Thursday evening from 6:30-8:00 PM.
Revelation & Apocalyptic Literature Study
led by Michael Jones, meets Wednesdays at 7 PM on Zoom beginning September 9-October 28.
The following groups have no set study but are intended to be a space for parents to find community with other parents:
Parents of Preschoolers
Parents of Elementary Kids
Parents of Teenagers