Have you ever desired to connect with others in a small group setting within our community of faith?

Would you like to form a group of:

Young professionals? Young families with kids? A service project group? Empty nesters? Fellowship? Post high schoolers? Bridge (or other card games) players?

A small group is an intentional gathering, meeting regularly in order to develop deeper connections with one another for the purpose of loving God and neighbor.

Small Group Ideas

  • Walking or hiking group
  • Lunch/dinner group
  • Bible Basics
  • Sermon recap (discussions centered around that week’s sermon)
  • Knitting or crochet group
  • Service groups (meets to regularly volunteer together, such as serving a meal at City Mission)
  • Book group (religious or secular)
  • Life stage groups (Parenting, Young Professionals, Singles, Couples, Empty Nesters, etc)
  • Podcast-focused groups (listen, then discuss)
  • Prayer group
  • Golfing
  • Games (Bridge, Mahjong, etc)
  • Special project groups (meets regularly around activities to support Outreach Mission Partners)


Here are some testimonials from people already involved in a small group at Westminster.

The small group we have formed is extremely important to me. It gives us an outlet to share issues we face in our daily lives in a safe and trusted environment. I feel truly blessed to have this group in my life and look forward to our monthly meetings.

– Randy Langlois

LIFT has been a lift to my soul! I am grateful to have found a deeper connection with women at Westminster that goes beyond the pew. We support each other in all aspects of our personal and spiritual growth.

– Deborah Lee

For me, it has been rewarding to come away from our weekly Men’s Wednesday Morning Group gatherings with an enhanced understanding of the scripture being explored and its application to my faith journey, but with new or deeper friendships with church.

– Chip Staub

Our Women 2 Women group has studied a wide range of topics; I am always learning something new. I feel uplifted at the end of our meetings. It has been a blessing for me.

– Candy Kottyan

We will help you get started!

Contact Laura Ecklin for the next step at [email protected].