LOOKING FOR COMMUNITY? JOINING A SMALL GROUP COULD BE THE SOLUTION!
Participating in a small group -- for spiritual study, support or service, or some combination thereof -- can be a valuable way of building community. The isolation of COVID times has been nudging some of us to consider ways to be LESS isolated. Bryn Athyn Church offers a variety of groups, and we have many books and ideas for content if you are wanting to start a group yourself. Nina Dewees can help you explore your interests and support you in finding or forming a group. It can look like a lot of different ways – monthly Zoom support meetings, reading a book together over several weekly meetings, exploring prayer with several others whenever the timing works for you, participating in Pay-It-Forward Crew activities, etc. We would love to help find a good fit for you. Contact Nina at 215-947-6225 x206 or email@example.com.
Mom's Group-10:00am-noon, Scout Building. Previously advertised for Fridays, we are switching to Tuesdays to see if that serves better. Might you be interested in a casual, weekly morning moms’ group this summer? Kids welcome. Our plan is to meet outside of the Scout Building (backyard), but have the convenient restrooms and building available if weather requires. It’s air-conditioned even! Contact Nina Dewees at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-947-6225 x206 for more information.
Caring For Elderly Parents Support Group Meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:15pm. Contact Nina Dewees at email@example.com or 215-947-6225 x206 for details.
A small group is a chance for a group of people (usually 4-8) to get together and talk about a topic. The truth is, though, people tend to feel uplifted and inspired by small groups because of the personal connections. In a safe small group setting, people tend to be very honest and open. This has shown to be very comforting and healing in a world where it can be easy to miss out on sincere human connection. It’s a great chance to hear and be heard, and grow spiritually, connect with others, and explore some topic in a deeper way than you may ever have before.
We are so glad you want to be involved. You have a few choices. 1) You could get together a friend or two and gather at a time that works for you. Facilitating a group is simple and we welcome your involvement. 2) You could do the program on your own, reading the book, doing the assignments, attending worship services, etc. Connect with our small group coordinator, Nina Dewees (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.