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ADULT DISCIPLESHIP GROUPS

SEEKING GOD TOGETHER

GROWTH GROUPS:

Year long discipleship groups for deepening and widening your faith with the same group of disciples.

GROWTH GROUP WITH HELEN AND REGGIE

Gather with others in person at Stonebridge at Montgomery to dive deeper together into faith through dialogue and fellowship. Wednesdays at 7:30 pm.

GROWTH GROUP WITH PASTOR JENNY AND ADEOLA

Gather with others in person or via Zoom at the church parsonage in Princeton to dive deeper together into faith through dialogue and fellowship. Tuesdays at 7:00 pm.

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES

 A group to discuss current challenges in our society and read selected books to help us understand and navigate these challenges. Sundays at 8:45 am.

GROWTH GROUP WITH RICK AND DOUG

Gather with others in person or on Zoom to dive deeper together into faith through dialogue and fellowship. Tuesdays at 7:30 pm at Princeton UMC and on Zoom.

LOVE LIVES ON

A group for surviving spouses and partners, engaging in formal grief work with supportive fellowship. Wednesdays online and alternating Sundays.

WEEKLY BIBLE STUDY

Study the weekly lectionary scripture readings, participate in a devotion, and pray in community with others. 

Mondays at 10:00 am.

MORNING PRAYER GROUP

Join together with others in prayer in our online campus early each Wednesday morning to lift up all of the prayer concerns that have been raised across our campuses, as well as any joys or concerns you may have in your heart. Wednesdays online at 7:30 am.

DIVORCE CARE

A space for anyone who is going through or has experienced divorce to come and share their experience in a confidential and safe space. First and Third Sundays at 4:00 pm.

SEASONAL GROUPS:

Shorter term discipleship groups that meet only for a particular season.

LENTEN GROUP

Join Pastor Tayler and Jazlyn for our Lent Seasonal group, Sundays at 8:45am in the Princeton UMC library (with Zoom option). We will begin February 18th through March 24th.

 

Together, we will read "Our Greatest Gift" by Henri Nouwen as we learn more about dying and caring, share stories, and spend time with God together.