Sticky Faith research shows that faith sticks when a student has 5 adults love and encourage their faith journey. At CORE, we believe that a small group leader is one of those people. The purpose of a small group is to be in community and to dive deeper into the Word of God. The early church truly lived life together in ways that exhibited spiritual growth, encouragement, rooted relationships, unity, gratitude, prayer, service, grace, generosity and authenticity. At CORE, high school students will be in placed into groups of same gender/age of 6-9 people.
Large Group Nights help to unite the high school ministries as each House Group attends and worships together.
A house group is a place for every student to know and be known! Every house has between 3-4 small groups (20-30 students), small group leaders, a point person and the home host. During house group, students will have a time to hang out, receive announcements to keep everyone on the same page, settle in for a teaching, engage in small group time and close the night in prayer. What do you do if you want to attend a house group but haven’t registered? Please feel free to join a friend, or contact Ali Cranmer for more information.
God speaks to His creation regularly. A small group of students felt that God was asking them to intentionally pray for their peers, community and church. Each Sunday, the students meet in The Hub (Student Ministry area) at 7:00 pm. Students are encouraged to join 610 Intercessory Prayer (on Sundays when there is no 610 Service) or the 610 Service (third Sunday of the month) at 6:10 pm in the Auditorium.