At StoneBridge, we believe the gospel is most clearly experienced and understood in the context of relationships with others. Being a member of a Small Group equips an individual to connect, grow, and serve with others and each person has something to offer and gain.
Being a part of a Small Group at StoneBridge means you commit to gathering regularly with others to encourage one another towards a real, healthy, and growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
We currently have 20+ groups that meet throughout Montgomery County with a number of them being OPEN or accepting new members. Many of our groups take a break during the summer months and during December. Click Here to go to the StoneBridge Group Finder to find open groups that are currently meeting. If you are looking for a group during the summer months and find there are not a lot of groups listed, please check back towards the end of August; if you’re looking for a group during November/December, please check back mid-January.
After the list of open groups on the StoneBridge Group Finder appears, click or tap on the group name you’re interested in and fill in the appropriate information to send a request to join or ask any questions of the small group leader.
IMPORTANT! You will receive an invitation to join from the group leader. You must follow the link in the email to join the group. Check your SPAM folder if you don’t receive this email. (You may need to create a FellowshipOne account at this point if you don’t already have one.)
Becoming a Small Group Leader is one of the most critical roles at StoneBridge Church. Small Group leaders have the beautiful and important challenge of guiding people into what it means to be a Christ-follower. Leaders are tasked with helping people grow in their love for Jesus, His church, and His mission of reaching the unchurched.
It’s because of this amazing opportunity that StoneBridge holds becoming a group leader with great joy and importance. Joy in that men and women desire to partner with StoneBridge to lead others into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Importance in that they are critical and influential to the spiritual walk of those they lead.
For more information on how to become a Small Group Leader, please contact Brian Dunn.