Whatever sort of person you are a small group is a great way to explore faith and grow Whatever sort of person you are a small group is a great way to explore faith and grow © istock 2010

Starting out in a small group

Small groups were the church at its beginning 2000 odd years ago. If you feel part of @acnbchurch we hope you join or small group journey

Small groups are a safe place for us to explore faith, share our lives with each other and spend time with God. Prayer, spending time with God in the bible, mediation, and other good things are all usually part of what a small group is in varied ways.

In bigger churches there is often a mass of small groups with different purposes. We don’t have those options, but we do have lovely groups which will welcome and adapt to new members however tentatively you are looking for God.

Small groups aren’t a replacement for gathering in bigger groups like at a Sunday or midweek service but they do provide a more intimate place to explore where God may be leading you.

Open small groups

We have two discipleship groups and one mediation group open at the moment.

  1. On Mondays starting at 7.30pm led by Kim and Phil meets in homes in various locations around the Ampfield, Chilworth and North Baddesley.
  2. Tuesday afternoon House Group meets in NorthBaddesley and is led by Gill and Jeff Watkins.
  3. The Julian Group which focuses on silence, meditation and readings meet on the second and fourth Friday of each month in North Baddesley.

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