Small Groups

“Where two or more are gathered in my name, I will be there” Matt. 18:20

Small group ministry is an important model of ministry in our church. Jesus chose twelve disciples and, later, his followers continued to gather together for prayer, growth and fellowship. Small group ministry is integral to the life of our church.  Through small groups, we become a warmer, deeper, stronger and broader community of faith.

Augustine’s small group ministry provides both social and learning opportunities where people can get to know each other and support one another, while deepening their faith through creative learning in an accepting, safe, and prayerful environment (CLASP).

Participants explore a variety of topics and interests that are defined by community members. In the past there have been groups dedicated to art creation, music appreciation, church architecture, voluntary simplicity, and cross-cultural images of Jesus.

Some current groups to consider:

Bible Study

Once or twice a year, studies are offered on the bible itself or books related to the bible and faith. Participants quickly become enthusiasts and readily make new friends.

Young Adults Group

All young adults in their 20s, 30s, and beyond are welcome to attend Young Adults Group gatherings, which usually take place Sunday evenings. It’s a safe place to share stories, food, and fun times. The group also does fun activities and outings.

Bunch for Lunch (Seniors Group)

The Bunch for Lunch is a group of seniors who bring a bagged lunch to a monthly presentation on a particular topic, or to engage in discussion. New members are always welcome.  Bunch for Lunch meets the first Tuesday of each month.

Just Living Group

Learning to know, to do, to be, and to live together

Just Living is made up of persons who wish to support each other in our intention to respond to God’s call to live justly.  The group is open to anyone who would like to join in this quest for just living.  The group meets twice monthly.   Among other issues we learn about and are engaged with:   Environmental sustainability and protection, local and ethical food sourcing, voluntary simplicity, ethical and fair purchasing practices, right relations between aboriginal and non-aboriginal peoples.

Upcoming Events

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