How can a church of thousands care for one another? Small groups are the main way we support each other, grow in the Lord, and serve together. We urge everyone who considers Bethlehem home to get connected with a group.

Small Groups at a Glance

  • 6–12 people who gather in one another's homes
  • meet at least twice a month
  • led by skilled leaders who receive ongoing support
  • balance worship, Bible study, sharing, prayer, and service
  • offer accountability and instruction; encourage personal evangelism & outreach
  • commit to developing new leaders and groups through apprenticeship

How Do I Get Involved in a Group?

  • Search for a group that fits your schedule, demographic interest, and/or location with our Small Group Finder.

For Help Sorting Through Your Options

Downtown: Contact John Supica (612-338-7653 x735) 
North: Contact Daniel Souza (612-455-0800 x822)
South: Contact Aaron Davitch (612-746-2650 x653) 

Become a Small Group Leader

If you're interested in being trained as a new Small Group Leader please contact your campus representative (above).

Our Small Groups Blog is devoted to providing ongoing inspiration, training, and resources for those caring for one another in small groups. Here we also highlight upcoming events, including shepherd meetings, leader training, and workshops.

Resources and Support for Small Group Leaders

  • The Bethlehem Bookstore offers suggestions and discounts on resources for shepherd leaders. Contact the Bookstore (612-455-3440) for more details.
  • Small Group leaders, use the Small Group Tool to update your group roster, track attendance, communicate with your group, and respond to inquiries.

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