Small Groups

“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread, and to prayer. All the believers were together and had everything in common. Every day they continued to meet together … they broke bread in their homes and ate together … And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.” ~Acts 2:42, 44, 46-47 (NIV)

One of the Greatest Things …

… about our Small Group Ministry is how individuals, who might or might not know each other from Sunday services, develop camaraderie and then become close-knit friends. In our small groups, people look out for each other when life happens. We step in to help, pray, and encourage. In Small Groups, we care about one another.

It’s as Much About Learning as It Is About Relationships

Our small groups …

  • Grow strong in faith through Bible study, worship, and prayer.
  • Are interactive and personal in ways a main Sunday service isn’t designed to be.
  • Challenge you to develop a deeper relationship with God, a deeper understanding of His word, and to live it out.
  • Meet in the comfort of a home setting, with most groups meeting once a week from Fall to Spring.
  • Vary in focus, location, and times. – We’ll help you find one that fits.

To Find a Small Group, please fill out our online Small Group Interest Survey or contact Jeff and Lisa Fosnaugh at smallgroup@ctkc-oxford.org.

Ministry Opportunity

Do you have a gift for hospitality, teaching, or encouragement? Hosting or leading a Small Group may be a way for you to use your gifts. Do you enjoy having friends over? Helping others understand the Bible? Supporting others and letting them know you care? Try teaming up with a friend and combining your strengths.

Learn more about small group leadership by filling out our online Small Group Leader Application or by contacting Jeff and Lisa Fosnaugh at smallgroup@ctkc-oxford.org.

“Day after day, in the temple courts and from house to house they never stopped teaching and proclaiming the Good News that Jesus is the Christ.” ~Acts 5:42(NIV)