Our small groups are a time for individuals to grow in the knowledge of God, build each other up in Christ and draw new believers and non-Christians in to learn more about Him. We believe that small groups are an essential part of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship because they provide an opportunity for us to be transformed in the image of God: to grow deeper in our relationship with Him and with each other through honesty, accountability and vulnerability.
GROUPS INVESTIGATING GOD (GIG)
VARIOUS LEADERS AND TIMES
Open, safe groups that are focused on investigating the questions: Does God exist? Who is God? and Why does this matter to me? These groups are designed to be for those who do not believe in God to explore who God is in an open, non-pressuring environment. The groups have a specific length, approximately 7 weeks of study of various topics meant to cause a greater understanding of who God is to begin to develop.
East side dining
This group serves as an introduction to apologetics, the defense of the Christian faith. We will study logic, history, math, philosophy, and science to strengthen our faith and engage with the world. We hope to prepare you to be "ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you
FRESHMAN SMALL GROUP (FSG)
wang center Basement
An avenue for new students to make deep, lasting connections with other new students. These connections go a long way to help ease the students’ transition into college. The group will study different relevant topics centered on the Bible and work toward applying God’s Word to their lives as college students.
WOmens SMALL GROUP
A space to enjoy time together in God’s word and in seeking to make Jesus our first love.
English Majors and Minors Investigating God
Humanities 2nd floor balcony
Are you looking to connect with literature-lovers like yourself? Do you have questions about Jesus, the purpose of your life, or God’s love? This small group is a close-knit environment where you can bring questions like these while developing relationships with fellow book-lovers. We use our literary skills to analyze the story of Jesus in the Bible. You don’t need to be a Christian. Simply bring yourself and your curiosity!
Followers of Christ coming together to study the Word of God and apply it to their lives. Groups will be predominantly based in the Bible with discussions centered around a common book or passage agreed upon by the participants. These groups can either be organized and regular or spontaneous.