Small Groups

 

What Are Small Groups?LifeTogether1
They are a gathering of people who meet regularly, with common interests, to develop closer relationships with one another and build up our faith in Christ.  Each group is somewhat unique in offering a way for individuals to connect with one another sharing the stories of life together, growing together in Christ and finding ways of serving others also.


Why Consider Participating?

Small groups make it possible for persons to connect personally with others, making a special place by creating strong bonds of friendship, and sharing their faith life together.  Christians grow spiritually when they regularly encounter God's grace through conversation and shared life's stories that can't be accomplished in large settings.  Group participants help one another grow by encouraging one another, trusting God completely.


If you have an interest or a suggestion for a small group to be developed, whether recreational, social, fellowship or spiritual in nature, please contact Pastor Jim Knuth .

SMALL GROUP OFFERINGS


Building One Another Up in Prayer

Meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, 7:00-8:30 pm in their home.  Time to share life's stories and needs, praise music, prayer, and plans for periodic social events.
Contact  Bill Xenakis  or  Fran Xenakis


Emmaus Way  -  Walking and Talking

Time for couples and individuals of all ages to connect with one another through gentle exercise and fellowship.  The group will make plans for a rich variety of events and activities they can do together to support one another.
Contact Lyle Malotky  or  Susanne Malotky


High School

High school age gathering around a variety of activities (ie. basketball, music, cards, movies etc.) and time for study and conversation.  Activities and studies determined by group consensus.
Contact Elizabeth Drengler

 

Ladies Fellowship Luncheon
Meets the 1st Wednesday of the month, 11:30 am at O'Charley's, 101 Ashville Avenue, Cary.
Contact Emmy Cullen


Ladies Out and About

We are a small group of women who gather occasionally to attend local events, enjoy one another's company, and just have fun!
Contact  Teresa Gresham


Men's Ministry Weekly Fellowship
Men's Ministry weekly fellowship is open fellowship, a brief faith based video relevant to men's issues, followed by small table discussion and fellowship.   Men are invited to join any and all weeks as their schedule permits.  Firends and neighbors welcome.  For more information and special events, visit RLC's Men's Fellowship webpage at www.rlcary.org/men or email .
Contact Tom Gebbia


Monday Evening Women's Bible Study
Offers a time to share every day life's issues and let Scripture shed light on you and your pathway.  Prayer support is part of this gathering that meets in the home.
Contact Cynthia Wyse


Parents with Young Children
Team together with parents and children to create children's exposure to the great stories of the Bible and time for fellowship and study, sharing support and ideas in raising children in the life of the church with Christian values.
Contact  Ian Justice  or  Derica Justice

 

Prayer Shawl Ministry
Make shawls to give to people in need of comfort. If you knit or crochet, come and join this small group. If you want to learn to knit or crochet prayer shawls, please come. Help will be gladly given. We meet on the 1st and 3rd Sunday evening from 4:30-6:30 pm.
Contact Gail Rasdorf  or  Betsy Moll

 

RLC Quilters and Crafters
Meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 1:00-9:00 pm in Room 151. Welcomes all women crafters to meet for crafting and fellowship. Contact Diane Hoffmeister


Special Needs Moms
Sharing our unique challenges and triumphs while strengthening our trust in God.  As the group forms we will plan casual get-togethers, fun activities, and time for prayer and reflection.
Contact Shellie Stow

 

Supper for 8
Gathering Sunday evenings from 6:00 - 8:30 pm beginining in January.  Time for a meal together, sharing life experiences and Bible study with time for discussion and prayer.  This is not just for couples but for single adults too.
Contact Martin Stephani  or  Melinda Stephani

 

Veterans of All Ages
Noon, the 2nd Wednesday of every month, McAllister's Deli, 1601 Pine Plaza Drive, Apex (near Costco
Share your first-hand experiences regarding service, benefits, and healthcare, or anything else of mutual interest. These will bond us together and build each other up to pray for and help veterans.
Contact Gary Brown 


Woman's Christian Book Club
Meets monthly on Tuesdays for fellowship and discussion of Christian and secular fiction books.  We meet in the church parlor at 6:15 pm and are finished at 7:30 pm.  New readers are welcome.
Contact Teresa Gresham