Leader Highlights

Online Group Finder – Click HERE to see what group leaders need to do

Click HERE to read and sign the Small Group Leader Covenant 

Click HERE for an overview of F1

Spring 2020 Semester:

January 26th – May 9th

Small Group Huddles:

May 17th (during both services)

Fall Small Group leader Meeting:

August 23rd

Fall 2020 Semester:

September 13th – December 6th

A Best Practice is defined as a procedure that has
been shown to produce optimal results and that is established or proposed as a standard suitable for widespread adoption.


Don’t Miss Texts from StoneBridge Small Groups

Off-Campus Childcare


3 Questions that Lead to Deeper Discussions

Sharing Facilitation Responsibilities

People find Small Groups through our online group finder.

Leaders of groups accepting new members (open groups) need watch their email and respond to new member (prospect) questions and/or requests by sending them an invitation to join your group.

Leaders need to follow up by phone with anyone who has been sent an invitation, but has not accepted and joined the group. Make sure the invitation is not in their junk email folder. Prospects must accept the invitation to be in your group and show up on your roster.

Find A Group Leader Guide

Registration is now open for our Small Group Leadership Class led by Bob & Norma Koenig. All leaders are highly encouraged to attend.

This 6-week class will help you become a more effective shepherd leader and give you the tools to help guide your group members in their spiritual growth and towards a real, healthy, growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

AM Classes – 03/22, 03/29, 04/05, 04/19, 04/26 & 05/03
2-Day Workshop – 06/07 & 06/14

Space is limited to 10 people per class. Registration is required.

Click Here to Register

Spring 2020 Info

Spring Semester: January 26th – May 9th

Our church-wide campaign begins January 26th and groups will meet for 6 consective weeks ending right before school gets out for spring break.

Following the campaign, groups can revert to their typical every-other-week meeting schedule to round out the semester. This will give groups 4 additional meetings to study a topic of their choice. Click HERE to view a list of 4-session Right Now Media studies.

We have an exciting new church-wide campaign study for the Spring semester! Click HERE to watch the trailer!

All groups will be participating in our 6-week study called
A Skeptics Guide to Faith Conversations which will pair with Steve’s Sunday morning sermon each week.

IMPORTANT! Please let Christy Herrington know how many participant guides you will need by January 5th. Participant guide will be available for pickup at the Small Group Leader Meeting on January 12th.

, Church childcare is available to groups through an application process. The application is available in the Forms section below.

Sunday Groups
Campaign Dates – 01/26, 02/02*, 02/09, 02/16, 02/23, 03/01
Mini-Mester Dates – 03/22, 04/05, 04/19, 05/03

* Sunday Groups will meet 3pm – 4:30pm on 02/02

Wednesday Groups
Semester Dates – 02/05, 02/19, 03/04, 03/25,
04/08, 04/22, 05/06

Parents who brings children to a small group meeting (whether a babysitter is hired or not) need to electronically sign the Childcare Waiver and Release of Liability at located in the childcare section of

Click HERE for a list of Best Practices.

Wednesday Groups
Humeniuk – Room 207
Bramlett – Room 208
Stanley – Room 210

Sunday Groups
Cromer – GAP
Leadership Class – Room 207
French – Room 208
Harlow – Room 209

All small group leaders receive an attendance email after each meeting. You can easily note if your group met and who was at each meeting directly from this email.

Please note anything you written in the attendance “comments” section only shows up on reports.

On the Saturday afternoon of Easter Weekend, small groups come together to help run the Easter Festival.  Having these groups out there ensures we do a good job of hosting all the visitors who are checking out our church and checking out Christianity, maybe for the first time.

Signups will be available soon!

Leader Toolbox

Icebreaker questions are simply great questions you can ask to help people get to know each other better. These questions are fun and non-threatening.

CLICK HERE for a list of questions to choose from.

If you are not receiving attendance emails, need any changes made to your roster or meeting schedule, need help choosing a new study or just have a general question, please call or email Christy Herrington or Brian Dunn. 

We’re here to help!


Christmas and Easter are great opportunities for small groups to engage with our neighbors!

Both of these opportunities are wonderful and fun ways for our groups to share Christ’s love with those around us!

During Christmas, we strongly encourage groups to host a neighborhood block party designed to create some Christmas cheer in the neighborhood and provide a casual way to get to know their neighbors. The church has chairs, equipment, and other supplies in order to assist any group in providing a great party!

Click HERE for more info or to host a 2020 Block Party.

On the Saturday afternoon of Easter Weekend, small groups come together to help run the Easter Festival.  Having these groups out there ensures we do a good job of hosting all the visitors who are checking out our church and checking out Christianity, maybe for the first time.

Signups will be available soon!

Group Studies

RightNow Media gives small group leaders hundreds of online studies to choose from.

Right Now Media Link

Create An Account

How to download the RightNow Media App or Connect a Device


Check out our in house DVD Bible Study Resource Library whenever your group is looking for a new study.  We have a variety of studies ranging from 3-14 sessions in length.

CLICK HERE for a list of available studies.









Mission and Service Opportunities

Welcome to the online version of our Missions Guide where you will find information on local and international mission partners.

We encourage all Small Groups to become familiar with the various local mission partners and find out how you and your group can get involved.

Find A Group Leader Guide