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Small Groups at NorthRidge Church

NorthRidge Church exists to reach and equip people for Christ.

At the heart of our vision for the Small Group ministry at NorthRidge Church is the desire to see a community of believers (relationship) who are growing deeper in their love for Christ and their obedience to him (discipleship). 
Small Groups help us accomplish this by providing a context to:

  • Grow together
  • Learn together
  • Pray together
  • Serve together
  • Reach out together

What are Small Groups?

A group of people who meet regularly to study the Bible, experience Christian community, and reach out to others with the Gospel.

What are practical benefits of Small Groups?

Relationships: The Small Group Ministry at NorthRidge Church provides a context where we can establish real and lasting relationships. Relationally, Small Groups provide a context for developing friendships, caring for one another, celebrating together, and serving together.

Growth: The Small Group Ministry at NorthRidge Church also provides a great context to grow in our understanding of what it is to be a fully devoted follower of Christ. Growth wise, Small Groups provide a context for developing our understanding of God’s word and encouraging  its application to our lives.

When are Small Groups offered?

At NorthRidge, we have two types of group gatherings. The first are weekly off-campus meetings, usually at the home of a group member. These groups meet evenings throughout the week and on Sundays.

The second type of group gathering are our on-campus groups which meet together on Sunday mornings. In Sabetha they meet at 10 A.M. and in Nebraska they meet at 9:30 A.M. in the NorthRidge Church classrooms.

For questions, or to be placed in a group, please contact Pastor Chris Geyer: chris@northridgesabetha.com.
Click HERE for small group brochure.

Acts 2:42, “Day by day they continued meeting together in the temple, devoting themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship to the breaking of bread and the prayers.