Groups form and meet where and when works best for them. Sunday messages provide a framework for conversations. Check out the weekly podcasts, notes and discussion guides.

Fall/Winter Groups: Sept 16-Dec 16
Learn more about Groups below, on Sundays or contact Melissa anytime with interest and questions!  Groups currently brewing for this fall...

  • Sunday evenings: family/everyone groups

  • Mondays: women's group, potential new guys group

  • Tuesdays: NE suburbs everyone group, daytime group MPLS

  • Wednesdays: Guys group; 2 different women's groups

  • Thursdays: mamas’ groups; women's group; SW Mpls everyone group

  • Fridays: family groups

  • Percolating: morning DT guys group, women's daytime group, your new group!


Why Groups?

Groups are about forming significant relationships. Everybody needs them and they aren't always easy to develop! But as Fabric we CAN help each other develop relationships like this. Why wouldn't we?

  • SHARE: when something big happens, you want to share it with these people.

  • CARE: You know what the best care is for one another and are ready to give it (or find help from beyond the group when appropriate).

  • TRUST is always building.

  • GROW: you expect to grow. 


What to bring

  • Most importantly, yourself! Everything else is optional.

  • The Sunday message provides substance and direction. Listen to it live on Sundays and/or to the podcast at your leisure. Bring your notes, ahas, and questions!

  • The homework given each Sunday is designed to help you connect this with your life.  Try it then share with your group what you learned. Find it in the Message Outline each week.

  • Finally, food makes most gatherings better!  You might take a turn bringing something to share.

 

“Significant Relationships”

“I’m invested with groups to build significant relationships and to create connections among others.”

— Erin

“Open minds and conversations.”

“Lots of open minds and conversations.”

— Chris

“You need your people!”

“People, you need your people!”

— Anne

“Set aside time…”

“The set aside time to incorporate what I am learning and learn with others.”

— Amanda