It takes a lot of counter-cultural effort to build real community in our day and age, but community is the context in which discipleship and God’s Kingdom are lived out.
All of life is better together — eating out, going to a movie, attending a conference, seeing your favorite band — it’s all made exponentially better when we experience it together. The same is true of faith. Below is a listing of our current small groups.
Northwest Raleigh Women
Leader/Host: Holly Stephens
A study based on Anne Lamott’s book Holy Hustle. Meets every other Monday from 7:30-9pm at Holly Stephens’ home home in North Raleigh (1108 Toppe Ridge Court).
Morning Men's Group
Host: Curtis Mulder
Meeting every other Saturday morning, 8:30-10am at “A Place at the Table” in downtown Raleigh. We are currently working through ijeoma Oluo fantastic book “So You Want to Talk About Race.” More details can be found at our Ekklesia Men’s Facebook page.
Leader/Host: Stephanie Capps
A ongoing discussion on finances, social justice, environmental stewardship, and ethical living. Anyone can come! No reading or homework! Just open minds! Meets every-other Thursday, 8pm at the Capps home (1013 Athens Dr.)
There are a few other small groups that are either short-term or full-to-capacity and therefore not listed here. If you do not see a group here that works for you, perhaps you could become a leader and start something new!! If this is of interest to you, contact Pastor CJ. He would be delighted to hear from you!