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We're doing Life together at Bethany...

At Bethany we believe life change happens through relationship. Our hope is that you will get connected, with others and with God.

For us, that happens through Small groups. 

A Small Group is a group of people from Bethany that meet together on a regular basis for the purpose of building relationships and sharing life together. Community Groups are your source of friendship and support. They are your key to developing connections with those who share your interests or people who are dealing with similar life issues. Small Groups are also an opportunity to reach out to others, while growing in your walk with the Lord.


Our groups meet on different days and evenings during the week, for fellowship, Bible study and pastoral care, the venues and the practical arrangements are worked out by the group leaders. 


Experience all that Bethany has to offer by participating in a Small Group.


Seven key reasons why YOU should be a part of a Bethany Small Group:


  • A Small Group helps you study the Bible and learn more about the Christian faith.

  • A Small Group is the best place to get to know people.

  • A Small Group is the best place to grow as a follower of Jesus.

  • A Small Group is a great place to find love and support when times get bumpy.

  •  A Small Group is a great place to bring your friends, relatives, and work associates so they too can find out what it means to be a follower of Christ and grow.

  •  A Small Group is a great place to develop your skills and gifts as you contribute in the group.

  •  Being part of a Small Group is the New Testament pattern.

"My small group is a place where people care and pray for each other and grow in their knowledge of God."


"My small group is a place to share, discuss, laugh and question in an accepting, loving Christian setting."


"I have found that the larger the Church becomes, the more important life groups become. Without my small group I would feel lost and alone.”