At Church at the Well, we believe that many of the most important moments in our lives take place in small communities that meet during the week. Sunday is a great time to come together for worship, teaching, and fellowship, but we believe that gathering in smaller communities throughout the week is just as important, if not more so.
Below is a list of current and upcoming small groups taking place within Church at the Well. It will be updated as groups end and new ones begin. If you are interested in organizing or leading a small group, contact email@example.com
We also have an email forum for those who would like to communicate unofficial specific needs or events with the church and other forum members. Typical postings include things such as spontaneous get-to-gethers, people looking for help moving, giving away goods, etc. To sign up for the forum contact Sherry Chang at firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter Semester 2019 Small Groups
Montpelier Community Group (led by Mark & Gail Pettersen)
The visionof the Montpelier Community Group is to have a space for building friendships, encouraging each other in our walk with Jesus, worshiping together, and going deeper into God’s word to us in Scripture. Each week’s Bible study will be based on questions about the previous week’s sermon, and if you miss church, you can catch the sermon on the podcast.
Location: The Pettersen House, Montpelier
Time: Fridays 7:00 – 9:00pm (January 11th– March 29th)
Contact: Mark & Gail Pettersen email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org
GOD Group(led by Karen & Peter Newman)
We want to support and care for one another in the midst of life’s challenges and blessings by creating a safe place to share our brokenness, struggles, and triumphs—lending a listening ear to all. When we share our stories, we experience new levels of friendship and God’s healing in every aspect of our lives.
Location:The Newman House, 315 Dorset Heights, South Burlington
Time: Sundays 4:30 – 5:30pm every other week (Jan 20th, Feb 3rd& 17th, Mar 3rd, 17th& 31st)
Contact: Karen Newman email@example.com
Love Does: Women’s Group (led by Maria Roemhildt & Sherry Chang)
We don’t have all the answers, but we invite you to join us as we seek to grow deeper relationships with God, actively and creatively live out our faith, and walk with and encourage one another along the way. Our gatherings are a combination of conversation, study, and prayer with occasional group dinners, volunteer activities and social/outdoor activities. We welcome folks of all ages who identify as female and are at any stage in their faith. We will begin reading The Great Divorce by CS Lewis, a classic Christian allegorical tale about a bus ride from hell to heaven.
Location: Maria’s House in South Burlington
Time: Tuesdays 6:30 – 8:15pm (January 29th– March 6th)
Contact: Maria Roemhildt firstname.lastname@example.org Sherry email@example.com
Men’s Young Adult Group (led by Mike Chmielewski, Caleb Knight & Francis Mtuke)
We are men in our early to mid-20’s who share a common vision for authentic community, accountability, the power of Scripture, prayer in everyday life, and sharing the Gospel.
Location: The Chmielewski House, Burlington
Time: Thursdays 7:00 – 8:30pm (January 24th– March 14th)
Contact: Michael Chmielewski firstname.lastname@example.org
Sacred Marriage (led by Tasha & Matt Lehman)
Marriage is much more than a union between two spouses. It is a spiritual discipline ideally suited to help you know God more fully and intimately. Sacred Marriage shifts the focus from marital enrichment to spiritual enrichment in ways that can help you love your mate more. Whether it is delightful or difficult, your marriage can become a doorway to a closer walk with God. Join us for this eight-week DVD small group study as we walk through Gary Thomas’ book, Sacred Marriage. Free child care will be provided for this study group!
Location: The Lehman House, 46 Isham Circle, Williston
Time: Fridays 6:30 – 8:30pm (January 18th– March 1st)
Contact: Tasha Lehman email@example.com
Financial Peace(led by Steve Lambert & Adam Avery)
Financial Peaceis a money management DVD class led by Dave Ramsey that teaches you how to take control of your money and transform your financial fears into financial peace. During this nine-week class, we’ll walk through some of the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, and planning for the future, while addressing the How, What & Why questions around personal finances. The cost for this class is $99 and includes a course workbook, access to online budgeting & financial tools, an online bonus finance course for kids, and Dave’s Complete Guide To Moneye-Book.
Location: The Avery House, 77 Lamplite Lane, Williston
Time: Mondays 6:30 – 8:30pm (January 28th– March 25th)
Contact: Adam Avery firstname.lastname@example.org
Ladies Study for 20-Somethings (led by Kaley Mulligan & Hana Kessler)
Are you a woman in your 20s desiring to draw closer to God and looking for community with other Christian women your age? Join us for our 8-week study as we go through Beth Moore’s Quest: An Excursion Toward Intimacy with God.
Location: 934 North Ave #3, Burlington
Time: Tuesdays 7:00 – 8:30pm (January 8th– February 26th)
Contact: Kaley Mulligan email@example.com
Following Jesus(led by Abby Carroll)
If you are new to following Jesus or have been following him for many years but wish to strengthen the foundations of your faith, this group is for you. With the Gospels as our guidebook, we will consider what it means to be forgiven through Christ and in turn to forgive others, how we can communicate with God through prayer, who the Holy Spirit is, and what it looks like to love others well, including our enemies. We will also talk about the spiritual discipline of reading the Word, the role suffering plays in the life of the believer, and God’s invitation to use our gifts to his glory.
Location: TBD (If you are interested in hosting this small group, please contact Abby)
Time: Wednesdays 6:30 – 8:00pm, (January 16th– March 13th)
Contact: Abby Carroll firstname.lastname@example.org