As a church we strongly believe in being part of a Small Group of people that meet together regularly. This is a great way to be connected, to get to know people, to be accountable and to be cared for.
The wonder and joy of church is that people from all sorts of backgrounds and experiences are joined together in genuine community through Jesus. It is He who unites us together, how amazing that such diversity can come together in unity!
Do you know that we have been given to one another as a gift from God? We are able to be encouragers, to be a blessing, to be a Godly provocation to each other. We can learn from each other and help each other mature in Christ. In our diversity we are able to demonstrate the wonderful breadth and depth of God as we bring our different experiences and giftings.
It is a privilege to be able to walk this life with brothers and sisters given to us by God and we have a great joy of having such a diverse church. Let me ask you, are you making the most of the wonderful opportunity that you have been given?
We would love to invite you to join us at one of our Small Groups and connect into the community at All Nations Church.
If you need any help with Small Groups please contact Kimberly Spicer who heads up our Integration Team.
How do I choose a group that is right for me?
Groups are organised by site, then days of the week. You are free to choose a group by location, focus or leader of the group. We hope there is something for everyone.
How can I be part of a group?
Go to our Group Site page and fill out a form for the group you want to go to.
Does everyone have to attend a group?
All Nations is a community. Our desire is for people to not just attend but belong. We believe Small Groups are an essential part of growing together as Christians and we want everyone to be part of the family. You don’t have to attend a group but if you want to grow and be part of All Nations Church I guess the question is why wouldn’t you?
What am I agreeing to?
You are agreeing to be part of this small family, to help encourage, support and grow one another.
What happens after my initial contact?
The Group Leader will contact you to confirm the details of when and where the group will meet and welcome you into the group.
What if I have more questions?
Please speak to one of our Elders, a Group Leader or email us.