What is a Small Group?
Joining a Small Group is one of the most significant ways to grow in your relationship with Jesus and with others. Gathering with about a dozen people (or less) committed to meeting consistently to study a topic of common interest, the setting is ideal for going deep - in relationship and content - as you wrestle with hard truths and expand your understanding of God and the world.
Highrock MetroWest Small Groups
There are several small groups that meet weekly or monthly at Highrock MetroWest. Even if you have never attended Highrock, we invite you to jump in. If you already have a few people in mind, consider starting your own group. Contact Pastor George (GeorgeC@highrock.org) about how to get started.
Please note that some groups meet virtually and so are open to people across the country or globe.
Greater Highrock Groups!
Whether you are looking for a book group, an inductive Bible study, a place to explore faith for the first time, or a discussion group about the current sermon series, there is something for you. View the full list here and then sign up for a group to start connecting and growing together with a larger network of Highrockers!
Disunity in Christ by Christena Cleveland
Ever wonder why we (i.e. people in general!) so often land up in echo-chambers, sometimes even despite an outward desire to build bridges between groups? Often the decisions we make that create isolation between “us” and “them” are not passive, but active choices to surround ourselves with people who are like us and share our same beliefs. In her book Disunity in Christ Christena Cleveland takes great care to weave her own story with well-researched social psychology about group behavior to explain how easily the mentality of “us” vs. “them” becomes ingrained and divides our communities.
Online discussion groups will meet for six Thursdays from September 30th through November 4th from 8:00-9:15pm ET. Participants read one or two chapters each week in preparation for a Small Group discussion over Zoom.
If the meeting time doesn't work for you - consider getting your own group together online or in person using the Disunity in Christ Discussion Guide.