Northwood small groups are a great place to belong, believe, and become.  You were created to be in community with God and others.  Small groups at Northwood Church are a great way to experience authentic Christian community that teaches, encourages, and spurs us on to live as the new people we are in Jesus Christ.

Why Join A Small Group?

You will find friends and build relationships.  You will experience authentic community and the sense of belonging that comes from being in relationship with others. You will find a source of support in your group members for the unexpected changes, pressures and crisis of life.

You will come to know and believe in Jesus Christ as you encounter Him through studying the Bible in community with others.  You will learn to connect faith with life.

You will become more like Jesus in attitude and action.  Small groups are a great place to grow in love, compassion, and service to others.

Small Group FAQs

A small group is group of 3 to 12 people who gather on a regular basis in order to grow closer to God and to each other.

No. Northwood has small groups for women, men, couples, empty-nesters and other life stages.  Topics of study include in-depth Bible studies, basic Christian beliefs, and current life issues.

No.  Small groups are open to anyone, whether you’re a member, regular attender, or none of the above.

Most of Northwood’s small groups meet on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.

Northwood’s small groups meet on a semester basis. We have a fall semester (mid September – mid December), and a winter/spring semester (January – late April/early May).

Northwood’s small groups meet at different times throughout the week.

Many of Northwood’s small groups have childcare, usually arranged by the group members.