Small Groups

A phrase you'll often hear us say at Frontline is, "Programs seldom change people.  People often change people." This is especially true when it comes to our spiritual growth. We believe people grow deeper in their faith journey because of other people.

This is why small groups exist: To grow deeper with people. We believe small groups offer a perfect opportunity for people to grow together and engage in conversation about following Jesus in meaningful and practical ways.

Here at Frontline, small groups follow a three-semester schedule each year:

Fall: 8 weeks long from October - November.

Winter: 8 weeks long from February - March.

Summer: 4 weeks long from June - July.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

IS CHILDCARE PROVIDED?

At this time, Frontline provides FREE childcare for groups meeting on-site at Frontline. All childcare workers are trained and have cleared background checks.

WHERE DO GROUPS MEET?

Groups meet in a variety of places of places throughout the greater Grand Rapids area. Most you will find them meeting at Frontline, in homes, apartments, restaurants and/or coffee shops.

WHAT WILL MY GROUP STUDY?

Groups studies vary each semester, and are decided by the group’s leader: Typically you can see topics ranging from: Marriage, Parenting, Finance, Books of the Bible, DivorceCare, GriefShare, Addictions, and general Christian living books.

CAN I BECOME A LEADER?

Yes! We have leaders with previous experience leading groups, and leaders who have never led groups in the past. We provide a 4-week training for all leaders to better understand the vision of small groups here at Frontline, and to receive helpful facilitation/hosting advice as they lead their groups. Leader training is offered multiple times throughout the year.