Small Groups

fall 2020: the discipleship challenge

Who's up for a challenge? Nobody, right? 2020 has already thrown enough challenges at us! But here's the thing: when we take on the challenge of following Jesus, he equips us to meet the challenges of life. This fall, join one or more of these short term small groups and take up the challenge to love, to be who God created you to be, and to live a generous life. See if it doesn't make a difference! See if you become a Disciple Making a Difference. 

The Jesus Challenge

Feeling distracted? The antidote to distraction is focusing on love. Learn how in this four-week series beginning August 30. Click here to sign up. 

the generosity challenge

A generous God created you in God's own image! This four week small group will give you a road map to living generously. Sign up here to participate. This small group begins September 27. 

the authenticity challenge

Do you feel like you're missing out?  Rather than longing for somebody else’s life, learn to live your own life with honesty and courage. Sign up here for this three week series that begins October 18.


Monday evening small group

Every other Monday beginning August 31, we're going to discuss The Broken Heart of America: St. Louis and the Violent History of the United States, by Walter Johnson. The book is described as "a searing portrait of the racial dynamics that lie inescapably at the heart of our nation, told through the turbulent history of the city of St. Louis." For the Zoom meeting URL contact Brian Kinkade, the small group coordinator at 

there's more!

Check back here regularly for more info on new small groups as it becomes available. Also be sure to check out the info on book clubs, Presbyterian Women's "circles," and resources for families under the Grow Tab. 

(573) 442-1164

COVID-19 Office Hours:

Mondays 9:00 - 12:00 and by appointment

16 Hitt Street
Columbia, MO 65201

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