A Connect Group is a group of people who come together to fellowship, pray, learn, serve, and just “do life” together. Their purpose is to build community within the body of Christ and develop relationships, both with each other and with God. They are where you find connection, support, care and accountability. In essence, they are the heart of the Church.
We were not meant to do life alone. God created each and every one of us with the desire to connect with and live in community with others. At Innovation Church we feel that Connect Groups are a great way to do just that!
Hudson's - "Loving God & Loving Others"
We seek to empower believers to Love God and Love People. We will explore questions such as, “How do I be God’s hands and feet to those around me?” “How can I make a difference in a world full of chaos?” “How do I love my neighbor?” We will then put this knowledge into action by serving others the 4th Thursday of every month.
This fall we will dive into the study 12 Neighbors. The 12 Neighbors film project was founded by Marcel LeBrun, the Executive Producer of the film series. 12 Neighbors explores the 5 practical keys to living out the greatest command and deepening our own experience of the full life. Our goal is to create a movement of people and churches who are inspired and educated to love their neighbors like never before.
Holden's - "Intentional Parenting"
Start Date: September 29th
Hosts: Billy & Mandy Holden
Tuesday Nights – 6:30 PM
To be an exceptional parent, you need to be an intentional parent. But, don’t worry! You’re not alone. We all need help and thats why we have a connect group that’s starting on Sept 29th called “Intentional Parenting” that will be based on the video series with Doug & Cathy Fields about their book Intentional Parenting. Intentional Parenting: 10 Ways To Be An Exceptional Parent In A Quick Fix World from Doug & Cathy Fields is a combination book and study guide with 10 doable actions you can implement into your parenting strategy and see immediate results – no matter the age of your children. Instead of performing quick-fixes to resolve immediate problems, you can start dealing with deeper and more important issues.