For this Fall season of small groups, we will be reading the book, "The Lord's Prayer" by Kevin DeYoung. All study guides can be found on our website under "Resources" and in your Church Center Groups page.
If you are interested in joining a small group in the middle of the small group season, or if you are unable to commit to one, we offer an open small group with no enrollment limit on Wednesday evenings.
Click the link below to see our available small groups and register!
January 22nd SG Opening Dinner
January 29th Week 1
February 5th Week 2
February 12th OFF WEEK
February 19th Week 3
February 26th Week 4
March 5th Week 5
March 12th OFF WEEK
March 19th Week 6
March 26th Week 7
April 2nd OFF WEEK (Easter Week)
April 9th Week 8
April 16th Week 9
April 23rd Week 10
April 30th OFF WEEK
May 7th Week 11
May 14th Week 12
May 21st SG Closing Dinner
What are small groups?
Small Groups are one of the primary ways our church family experiences community together. As our members regularly spend time together, studying the Word of God together, worshiping together, and praying together, we grow in our love for God and each other.
When are small groups held?
Lighthouse holds two small group seasons, one in the Fall (September to December) and one in the Spring (January to May). Each small group season consists of a specific study that lasts for about 15 weeks, with some scheduled weeks off. The whole church studies the same topic during that small group season.
What should I expect at a small group?
What are the small groups studying?
For Spring 2023, we will be discussing the book, "The Lord's Prayer" by Kevin DeYoung.
How can I join a small group?
We do online small group sign ups at the beginning of each small group season (Fall and Spring). Being part of a small group in a previous season does not guarantee a spot in the upcoming season; you must sign up again.
If you are interested in joining a small group in the middle of a small group season, we offer an open small group with no enrollment limit on Wednesday evenings.