Community Groups7-8 week long group cycles, meeting at homes or at church.
Granada Church community groups are the place that life happens. People get together for 7-8 weeks in 2 different group cycles each year. Groups typically have 12-14 adults and meet in members’ homes or at church. The topics of study and discussion are written by the pastor and follow his weekly sermons. We share life, bear each other’s burdens, and participate in service opportunities. To join a group, contact Jane Haywood at email@example.com.
The title of our study this time is taken from the prophet Micah:
He has shown you, O mortal, what is good.
And what does the Lord require of you?
To act justly and to love mercy
and to walk humbly with your God. Micah 6:8
Through this series, the goal is not just that we would know what mercy is but that we would love it. Loving mercy comes from knowing we need it and that it has been provided for us in Christ. Loving it also flows from living in God’s mercy every day, and then finally learning how to share mercy with others.
Granada’s community groups are one of the best ways to meet people and build relationships, dig deeper into the content of Sunday sermons, and share times of discussion and spiritual growth. These groups are forming specifically to study and discuss the TO LOVE MERCY series materials. They will meet weekly for seven weeks, February 24 through April 7.