Why do we do small groups?
At Harvest Bible Chapel our focus is on the quality of discipleship. We encourage those in our fellowship to "get connected" by plugging into one of our small groups. The purpose of these groups is to minister to and encourage one another in daily devotionals, effective prayer, and mutual accountability.
What does a small group look like?
A typical small group meeting consists of a praise and prayer time, Bible study, mutual accountability time (men with men, women with women) and fellowship. The biblical curriculum is common to all groups. Meetings are approximately two and a half hours in length and are usually held from 7:00 to 9:30 pm.
When and where do groups meet?
These groups meet weekly, three to four times per month, at the church and in host couples' homes. We currently have small groups meeting in St. Catharines, Grimsby, Fonthill, Smithville, and Port Colborne.
How can you join a small group?
1. Read our doctrinal statement
2. Attend Party With the Pastor
. This gives you an opportunity to hear about our beginnings, meet some of the staff and leadership members and hear about our doctrine and vision.
3. Attendance at Peak Performance
is also an important step in getting connected in a small group. This all day class outlines the mandate that we have as believers to be worship, walking and working for Jesus Christ.
4. After completing steps 1-3 please feel free to sign up online by filling out a quick questionnaire
to help our staff best fit you in a small group.
We take our commitment to small groups very seriously . . . please see our Small Group Covenant
For questions or additional information, please read our Small Group FAQs
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.