Small Group Opportunities
We are glad that you are here exploring your journey of faith, letting God lead you to be all he intended. One of the best ways to grow your faith is to be connected to a small group community within Chapel Hill. A small group Is a gathering of people joined around a passion, God given gifts, common interests, or needs. It is a safe place to explore hard questions, find support when the answers don’t make sense, and celebrate life!
As individuals, we have differences in our journeys and our places along the path. Wherever you are on your journey, being in a supportive and purposeful small group will allow your relationship with God to grow.
It is our hope that you find a comfortable place in a small group that allows you to build your relationship with God and with the community at Chapel Hill. May you find many blessings as you take this journey. For more information, contact Tonya Boot at email@example.com
Sunday Morning Small Groups
Parenthood! Hey Moms and Dads! We have a small group for you. Let's get together in fellowship, reflect on some scripture and talk about the joys and struggles of parenthood. We meet in the chapel, during the Sunday school hour, 10:00-11:00am, September through May. Summer schedule to be determined. Questions? Please contact Greathen Derenne, firstname.lastname@example.org
Park Village Pines Bible Study This small group meets weekly on Monday nights from 6:30 to 8:00pm at Park Village Pines. Park Village Pines is located at 2920 Crystal Lane in Kalamazoo and is a senior assisted living center. We use their activity center which has complete access to beverages, a flat screen TV, tables and chairs. We like to study books with a spiritual growth theme and then have discussion. We also watch videos between books. We are always open to new people. You are welcome to join us at any time. Questions? Contact Deacon Pat at email@example.com. Questions? Contact Deacon Pat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday Small Group-Tuesday's Grace This small group meets on Tuesday evening at 7:00 pm in the library. We sponsor service type projects like the Vacation Bible School meals, Graduation Breakfast, and the Trunk or Treat in the fall. Contact Cindy Weill for more information at email@example.comContact Cindy Weill for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday Night Small Group Join our Wednesday night small group on Wednesday evenings from 6:00-7:00pm in the conference room #201. No reading required because this group watches Oprah’s Super Soul lessons, Ted talks, or other spiritually engaging digital contact. \Contact Amy Swaney at email@example.com for more information.
Thursday Night Small Group This small group meets weekly, Thursday nights, in the conference room from 6:30-7:30pm. We enjoy getting to know each other and deepening our faith together. We watch videos with discussions afterward, and have an occasional book study as well. If you're interested in joining, contact Dawn Kemp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sisters in Spirit
This is a group of women that love books! During the school year, books are read and discussed on topics of theology, spirituality, social justice and living in the world. During the summer, members meet socially and share books being read. All women are welcome. This group meets weekly from 10-11:30am on Wednesdays at the home of Jean Christie, 6108 Cypress St., Portage (wheelchair accessible). Jean Christie and Shirley Freeman co-lead this group. For more information contact Jean at email@example.com or Shirley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mission Quilters Mission Quilters - returning for our 13+ season!! If you can thread a needle and tie a knot, come join our quilting fellowship. We meet weekly on Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:30 in Room #108. Our tied quilts are distributed to Parent to Parent, The Free Store at Sunnyside UMC and YWCA Women’s shelter. No experience is necessary. Gayle Franklin is our coordinator. Questions? Please contact Gayle at email@example.com.
Senior Ministries This group coordinates meals and transportation for people following illness or surgery, and/or much-needed assistance in times of difficulty. A published directory is available listing where seniors may locate different forms of assistance in the community. This group meets the Third Thursday of the month in Bob and Jean’s home at 7pm. Bob and Jean Christie live at 6108 Cypress in Portage(wheelchair accessible). Questions? Please contact Bob or Jean at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fun and Fellowship
This group focuses on learning more about photography and its many elements. Regardless of make and model of camera, film or digital, SLR, compact camera, smartphone with a camera app or just the desire to learn more about photography, there is a place for you! The events and meeting times vary from month to month. Matt Kerr Coordinates this group. Questions? Contact Matt at email@example.com.
Genealogy with Doris
This small group meets monthly, on the third Tuesday, in the Wesley Room from 10:00 to 11:30am Each session we will discuss how to do research, and how to get information from the internet. Any level of experience is welcome, we would love to have you! This group is coordinated by Doris Mettler. Questions? Contact Doris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jean Christie, Coordinator, 269-327-3213, email@example.com, Tuesdays Sept – May in Jean’s home (wheelchair accessible) from 1 - 3pm. If you enjoy crocheting, knitting, cross-stitch (any hand sewing) and like to do it with others, this group is for you!
Over the Chapel Hill Gang
Dorothy Harrington, Coordinator, 269-327-0303, firstname.lastname@example.org. First Wednesday of month at various local restaurants at 11:45am. This group is open to any retired, or close to retired friends from Chapel Hill. All interested adults are welcome. Personal care items for the Romence Road Food Pantry are collected each month.