The depth and meaning of Christian life is measured by our commitment to God and to our neighbor. Life groups are about learning to love God and our neighbor with our whole self, in our stillness and activity, at church and far outside it.
Joining one of Stone Village's life groups is an opportunity to grow closer to one another in community as well as an opportunity to move closer in relationship to God. Our life groups seek to nurture and grow community through conversation, prayer, the study of scripture, faith-based texts, and simply enjoying life with one another.
Life groups are comprised of approximately 8-10 people, which meet every two weeks virtually or in-person. Life groups vary in length; some will journey together for a short term (5 weeks) while others may journey together for an extended period of time; it all depends on you.
Currently, Life Group offerings are on Tuesday evening, Thursday evening and Sunday evening.
Life comes at you fast and sometimes what you need most is a community to support, nurture, and listen.
As our young families continue to grow in number, we acknowledge the dynamic change new life has upon an individual and upon a family. We honor the need for our young parents to share their journey, their struggles, their sleepless nights, and their joys with a community that understands. If you would like to join a Family Life Group, please contact Pastor John.
The premise is simple. Get to know your neighbor. Members of our community, eight to be exact, are assigned to a dinner group, and once a month the dinner group gathers in either a member’s home or at a restaurant to share a meal. If you would like to join a Dinner for 8, please contact Pastor John.
The Cornerstone Prayer Ministry is a group of individuals, prayer warriors, within our community, who seek to bring prayer to God on behalf of those in need within our community and beyond our community. Weekly, they pray over prayer requests, and once a month, they gather to pray as a community. To submit a prayer request, please contact the Cornerstone Prayer Group.