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Small Groups are the best way to get to know people better and have some fun! In the past, many people have experienced great growth through exploring truth, especially the Truth, with peers and mentors in these groups. We strongly encourage everyone to try them out. If you don’t like one, you are absolutely free to try each one until you find the one that fits.

Small groups meet at the Wesley House (1904 Guadalupe St.) unless otherwise mentioned.

Small Groups

For more information go to our freshmen page here.

Great Bible Adventure (GBA)

Have you ever attempted to read through the Bible and got lost somewhere in Leviticus? Do you have a desire to know and understand what the Bible has to say and its relevance for today’s world? This group is perfect for you! As a group we’ll be working through the Bible in a year, encouraging one another, praying for one another, and having an altogether fantastic time. Reading the Bible individually through the week (20-30 minutes per day) sets us all up for great discussion, fellowship, and prayer at our weekly meetings. No previous reading or knowledge of the Bible is necessary. Whether you’ve yet to venture out on a walk of faith or you’re wondering where to go next, Genesis is a great place to start.
Meeting time: Mondays 7-9PM
Location: Wesley House
For more information contact: Sarah


Alpha is a non-pressure, information and discussion group about the basics of Christianity. Do you have doubts, hesitations, or concerns about the Christian faith? Is it boring, irrelevant, or untrue? We will discuss these and other questions such as: Who is Jesus? Why did he have to die? How and why do I read the Bible? If you want to re-kindle and strengthen your faith, are just curious as to what Jesus is all about, or have outright objections to this faith…no problem! Just swing by the Wesley house Tuesday nights for free food and great discussions!
Meeting time: Tuesdays 6:30-9PM, start week TBD
Location: Wesley House
For more information contact: Jonathan Hinds

Who Created God?

An in-depth exploration of all of the challenging and troublesome questions that are commonly asked of Christians and by Christians. We’ll address topics like: “Do you really believe the world was created in six days?”, “Why would God allow suffering and evil?”, and, of course, “If God created the universe, who created God?” Our goal is to provide you with a deeper and more meaningful understanding of the true nature of Christianity, so that you might feel more equipped to discuss these kinds of questions with friends and family. This group is open to anyone, regardless of your present beliefs or level of confidence.
Meeting time: Wednesdays 8-9:30PM, starting September 6th
Location: Wesley House
For more information contact: Austin Taylor

Social Justice Initiative

If you have a passion for social justice issues and/or a desire to learn more about such issues, Social Justice Initiative may be a great group for you. We strive to create an open and respectful environment in which we can discuss many issues facing our nation and our world today, and ask the question, what is our call as Christians in the face of such injustices? All are welcome to join.
Meeting time: Sundays 7pm, starting September 10th
Location: Wesley House
For more information contact: Sarah

Fast Food Fridays

We will have group discussion that goes more in-depth with the message from the night before at Overflow. This semester will do an inductive study on the book of Romans.  Bring some fast food to join us for lunch, reflection on Overflow, and studying Romans together.
Meeting time: Fridays, time and start TBD
Location: Union Underground
For more information contact: Rusty

Discipleship Groups 

These are groups for anyone (suggested sophomore and up) who want t to challenge each other to go deeper in their discipleship of Christ. Join us if you have a strong desire to learn and are ready to commit the time and energy it takes to put God first. You will experience growing deeper in Christ through study, prayer, accountability, and learning how to be a in ministry and service to others.

Each groups meets for 2 hours and includes daily readings and weekly challenges. Attendance is required.

Contact Rusty Teeter


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