We’re kicking off our new “Attend, Engage, Visit” connection campaign, where we’re asking each of our members to commit to (at least) one of the three options. We’ll be starting with the “Visit” piece. What do we mean by “Visit”? Traditionally, the Fall is when we launch a new church-wide small group study. That’s the idea here! Especially if you don’t currently feel comfortable attending our weekend services in-person at this time, visit simply means attending (or hosting!) a local small group. Maybe it’s a friend or family member that you trust during this season. Maybe it looks like sharing a meal or a coffee as you participate in one of our engaging studies together.
This Spring, we’ll be going through Francis Chan’s study of The Gospel of Mark!
We have so many great small groups that meet in the greater Albany, Rome, Syracuse, and Utica areas, and even groups that meet through Zoom/online! With different locations, demographics, and study topics, there’s bound to be a group for you! Don’t do life alone. We were created for community.