Sunday, September 9, from 6:30-8:15pm childcare available
for New Couples, Family-Friendly, Men, and Women Groups
Contact: Zach Imboden at or 520.887.6447
What is Group Connect?
A fun opportunity to meet others with the shared goal of forming a new small group. A small group is a weekly gathering of three or more people who meet in a home, at work, or even at a restaurant. There you’ll have the opportunity to meet with others to build friendships, study and pray. Groups come in all shapes and sizes: couples, families, men’s, women’s, and the list goes on! The point is that life is not meant to be lived alone. Group Connect allows you to Find A Group and Try A Group For Seven Weeks.
FAQ About Group Connect
What is a the difference between a Family Friendly group and Couple’s group?
Family groups are three to seven families get together for fellowship, prayer, and Bible study. The hope is that families will grow in relationship with God and with one another. Kids are as part of the group.
Where is Group Connect?
We will meet in the Worship Center at New Life Bible Fellowship.
Will different groups be doing different studies?
For the first 7 weeks, all of the new Connection Groups will be discussing our sermon series.
What if I don’t know anybody?
Then this event was designed just for you! Group Connect is designed to for new groups; therefore, everyone starts off at the same place together. This provides a great environment for new friendships to be developed.
What if I have never been in a group before?
This event was designed with you in mind. These groups are designed with clear beginning and ending—you are not locked in for life. You are committing to a group for just 6 weeks. However, if you desire to remain part of the group beyond the 7 weeks, you have that option.
When I attend the Group Connect, what am I committing to?
At Group Connect, you are committing to be a part of a group for 7 weeks.
Is childcare provided?
Free childcare is available during the Group Connect on Sunday. Please register for childcare below; this helps us adequately prepare.