Small Groups

Have you ever felt like you were just a face in the crowd, coming and going?

Have you ever wanted to connect with others to grow deeper in the Bible and pray together on a regular basis?

Have you ever wanted to grow spiritually with people of similar interests?

Then, a CrossWinds Small Group is just what you need!


How Do I Join A Small Group?

Three times a year (September/January/March) CrossWinds offers new opportunities to sign up for a new Small Group. There is a sign-up period before each new Small Group cycle. Simply sign up under one of several Biblical and topical offerings you are interested in.


Where, How Often, and When Do Small Groups Meet?

A typical Small Group cycle lasts from 5-8 weeks, they meet in host homes with a trained teacher. Most groups meet two to three times a month until the study is completed.


What is the format of a Small Group?

Each Small group meets for about 2 hours and it includes three parts:

  1. Socialize
  2. Bible Study
  3. Prayer

What About Kids?

Some Small Groups offer child care at the home they are meeting in. 

7 benefits of joining a small group

  1. God meant us to be part of a community in a relationship with him and others. Small groups are an authentic way to fellowship with others and get to know people on a personal basis.
  2. Small groups are able to learn about God’s word and how it applies to their lives.
  3. Small groups are an opportunity to share in heartfelt and personal prayers with others.
  4. Small groups allow you to share your needs and praises with others as well as sharing in other people’s struggles and joys in life.
  5. Small groups allow you to choose a life-changing topic that is interesting and applicable to your spiritual and personal life.
  6. Small groups are a place where you can unwind, let go of your stress and reprioritize your life according to God’s will.
  7. Small groups are a safe place to invite other friends into a small caring community and introduce them to Christ. 

more info

If you have further question, call Warren Buerkley @ 651-999-9895  -or-

warren.buerkley@gmail.com


"They devoted themselves to the apostles teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread, and to prayer. All the believers were together and had everything in common. Every day they continued to meet together... they broke bread in their homes and ate together... and the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved." Acts 2:42, 44, 46-47