A facilitator is someone who leads a small group in their home. The vision of CCCH Small Group Ministry is to promote spiritual health, via Christ-centered fellowship, prayer and the equipping of believers within the body of Christ.
Vision & Purpose
“Better is a neighbor nearby than a brother far away.” Proverbs 27:10b
The vision of CCCH Small Group Ministry is to promote spiritual health, via Christ-centered fellowship, prayer and the equipping of believers within the body of Christ. This ministry strives to maintain regular meetings that are focused on God’s Word and a Christian worldview. The ideal setting for our small group meetings is in a home within one’s immediate community. A small group fellowship provides a unique opportunity to meet one another’s needs, encourage learning and grow together in our personal walk with our Lord and Savior, all the while cultivating deep and lasting Christ-centered relationships with other believers who attend CCCH. As Proverbs 27:17 states, “Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.”
Please Read Prior To Applying
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Ready to Facilitate a Small Group?
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Small Groups Facilitator FAQ
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This event will take place on the evening you choose at the time you choose (excluding Wednesday’s).
He/She opens their home for 10 or more participants and manages the events of the evening. The Facilitator asks pre-printed questions to the group and keeps the discussion on topic. Also, a facilitator manages the time and concludes the evening promptly at the 2 hour mark.
Yes, we will have mandatory training prior to the groups beginning.
Groups are hosted in the Spring and in the Fall. Listen on Sunday’s and social media for announcements!
Our groups are generally 8 or 10 weeks and meet every week. We meet for about 2 hours. You can choose a group that meets on a day of the week that works best for you when you sign up. Our groups generally take a break during holidays and summers.
No, just a willing heart to serve.
No, Childcare is not provided for the training, or for the group sessions. You must be at least 15 years of age to attend a group; old enough to be able to contribute to the discussion. If you have children, they can be present in your home.