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Why You Should Join A Small Group.

All of the small groups at MHCC are designed to help you grow in your relationship with Jesus and to create an environment in which friendships and relationships can be developed. We offer several types of adult groups, each with it’s own focus.

Community Groups

Community Groups typically meet in homes and are primarily where friendships are celebrated and honored, and relationships are built. Groups gather to eat, pray, study the Bible or another book, serve others outside the group, and have fun.

Men’s & Women’s Groups

Women’s Groups are made up of women of all ages who want to deepen their understanding of the Bible and themselves while developing deeper relationships with one another. Men’s Prayer Group meets weekly to pray through individual requests as well as to intercede for our communities, our country, and the world.

Redemption Groups

These groups of hope and healing provide a safe place for 6-12 people to be encouraged and supported in a non-judgmental environment, especially in the midst of relational, health, financial or marital challenges, and devastating losses.

Getting Started

Community. Why is it so important to your spiritual life? Because it’s really tough to grow spiritually when you are not connected relationally. God designed us this way. He wants to use other people to grow us and He wants to use us to grow other people.

If you’re fairly new to MHCC, or it’s been a long time since you’ve been in a small a group, Starting Point is for you. Led by John Isemann and Steve Fischer, it’s a four-week small group that provides an opportunity to meet new people and experience a taste of what it’s like to be part of an MHCC community.

For more information and to get connected, contact Steve Fischer, Pastor of Groups.