Small Groups

Gather with students and community members to learn more about Christianity and how faith applies to all spheres of life.  

A Christian View of Time

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Faith, Reason, and Science

The Faith, Reason, and Science group is for discussing questions about epistemology, the philosophy of science and the relationship of science and the Christian faith.
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The Gospel in a Pluralist Society

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McCabe House Bible Study

Jay and Holly McCabe (and their kids) invite you to their house for a weekly Bible study on the letter of James. You can expect tasty desserts and good discussions of topics like the relationship of faith and work, how to think about money, and the marks of true religion.
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Men's Breakfast

Men's Breakfast is an opportunity for undergraduate men to have weekly fellowship over (free) breakfast and consider the teaching of Scripture together. This semester we’ll study the letter of James and see how it offers wisdom for faithful living today.
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New Testament Greek For All

A relaxed New Testament Greek reading, translation, and interpretation group. All abilities welcome—no preparation required.
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Why Are There Denominations?

Join us as we explore, through the lens of Scripture, some of the historical, theological, and political reasons denominations have formed. Whether you’re happily committed to a particular denomination or discouraged by denominationalism, you’re welcome to join us for these discussions–and hopefully, we’ll all grow in our love for God and His body.
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Women and Leadership

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