In God’s family, everyone is important and has something unique to contribute to the life and growth of the church. That’s why, as the church continues to grow larger, we are committed to growing smaller. This ensures that no matter how large the church body grows, every single person will have the opportunity to build meaningful relationships, grow spiritually, and use their unique spiritual gifts and talents to minister to others and build up the body of Christ.
Genuine relationships develop more quickly in a small setting and as such, we've become a church of "Small Groups" instead of a church with "Small Groups".
We invite you to discover the incredible community of Small Groups we're building here at Bahamas Harvest Church. Your life will never be the same.
Small Group Leadership
CAN YOU START YOUR OWN SMALL GROUP?
We emphasize individual freedom, dignity and creativity. We love it when people are interested in leading a group of their own. Yes, we provide some guidelines, but our aim is to encourage creativity - not stifle it. The Bible teaches that each one of us has been given strengths & abilities that can serve & encourage people.
How is Leadership Formed?
Small groups are created when an individual has an idea, based on their relationships, gifts, interests, passions, or hobbies that can be used to help people grow in Christ. It is important to note that new group leaders are trained prior to each new semester at our Leader Orientation. Ongoing support, resource materials and training is given along the way.
What's the Benefit?
There is great spiritual reward, awesome friendships and Kingdom-building in leading a small group. Expect life long impressions as you give and receive through this unique opportunity.
To lead or participate in a small group, contact us during regular church hours or email email@example.com.
Join A Small Group!
Being an active part of a small group produces family, tight knit friendships, spiritual fruitfulness and long lasting relationships.
Small Group typically occurs over a 6 week period, with members meeting once a week, for 2 hours.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.