Acts 2:42-47

Day by day, as they spent much time together in the temple, they broke bread at home and ate their food with glad and generous hearts, praising God and having the goodwill of all the people. And day by day the Lord added to their number those who were being saved.

Connect with a Small Group

We believe it's important for all people to be in intentional, Christ-centered community with others. We would love to help you get connected to one of our small groups! Questions on Small Groups? Contact John Dorr

Men's Groups

Women's Groups

Young Adult Groups

Co-Ed Groups

Men's Groups

Thursday Evening Men's Group - Register

Bob Berkman and John Dorr 
Thursday at 6:30pm | Pond Campus -Open Classroom Main Building 
Men's group utilizing the study "One At A Time” by Kyle Idleman. In this study, Idleman challenges us to fully commit to the unexpected -- Jesus' way of changing the world by loving people one at a time. Discover how God can use you as the group engages in thought-provoking teaching and discussion.

Saturday Morning Men's Group - Register

Bob Wherry and Don Mitchell
Saturdays at 8:30am | The Pond Campus & Zoom
This Men's Small Group meets every week by Zoom and in person at the Pond campus office conference room. We will be meeting through June 22nd, after which we will take a break for the summer, until mid-September.

Our current study is the book of Ephesians, focusing on living the faithful Christian life while resisting temptation. The study includes a series of short 20-minute videos, led by Ted Shiner, followed by a discussion time utilizing the questions in his complementary study guide.

Women's Groups

Sunday Women’s Group - Currently full

Kristin Scott & Kristine Willett
Sunday at 3:00pm | Pond Campus
Beth Moore - Chasing Vines book will be the focus of our group. 

Monday Women’s Group - Register

Donna Plourde & Nancy Cummings 
Monday at 6:30pm | Starts July 8th | Downtown Campus
Join us as together we explore experiencing unity, peace, contentment and joy in the midst of stress and struggles. Paul’s confidence reminds us of God’s wisdom and control in the difficult moments of life and will help us shift our perspective, build resilience and experience abiding joy. We will be using the book: Life Lessons from Philippians by Max Lucado. This study will last for 12 weeks and wraps up on 9/30/24.

Tuesday Women’s Group - Currently full

Dorothy Pullo & Nancy Smith
Tuesdays at 6:45pm-8:00pm | Zoom 
This is a study of Andrew Murray's book "Abiding in Christ". The group is for mature women who desire to draw closer to Christ in their spiritual walk.

Wednesday Women’s Group - Register

Shirley Paquette 
Wednesdays at 10:00am-12:00pm | Hudson 
A Study of the book of James. This group is for women who desire a deeper relationship with God though the study of scripture and who also enjoy fun and fellowship as we navigate life together.

Koinonia Women's Group - Register

Margaret Barron
Tuesdays at 7:00-8:30pm | The Pond Campus
Our group tries to live by Hebrews 10:24, 25.  We strive to be vulnerably transparent and lovingly supportive of one another. We are currently meeting, but won't be starting another study until the first Tuesday in October, at which time we will be doing "Luke" by Lisa Hartman.

Co-Ed Groups

Sunday Morning Co-ed Group -Register

Derek Santos  
Sunday at 8:00-9:30 am | Downtown Campus
This group is studying the book of Ephesians using the excellent study guide developed by Max Lucado. Group members will experience growth in God's word, prayer, discipleship, and simply getting to know our Savior on a deeper level.

Those who attend will also have an opportunity to learn the steps it takes to lead an effective small group and will be given the opportunity, if desired, to serve through facilitating and serving hands on with others. Derek will be there to help along the way and look forward to seeing how God will shape all of us to become loving, faithful, and bold disciples for His glory.

Tuesday Evening Co-ed Group - Register

Ray & Joanne Faucher
Tuesday at 6:30-8:00 pm | Nashua area
This is a new small group that will be studying the book of John with meetings scheduled to begin in September. Group members will experience the blessing of increased personal discipleship and community with each other.

Tactics Group -Register

Kevin & Lori Peters
Wednesday at 7:o0pm | Merrimack
Learning how to have meaningful conversations about curious questions regarding Christianity. 

SINKS & DINKS Group - Currently full

Anoli Bragdon and Brianna Lindsay 
Wednesday at 7:o0pm | Merrimack
This group is for adults in their 30's and 40's, single or married, with no kids (Single Income, No Kids and Double Income, No Kids).

Become a Better Disciple of Jesus Group - Full

Don Mitchell & Nancy Smith
Tuesday at 7:o0pm | Begins January 9th | Online every third week 
Become a Better Disciple of Jesus Course: Experience Drawing Closer to God and Fulfilling His Fruitful Plan for Your Life. *Click registration to see a full description of the course. 

Christian Book Club - Register

Zachery Oliver
Thursday at 7:o0pm | Begins September 5th | Hudson 
Join us as we read interesting, challenging and (sometimes) controversial books relating to Christianity, spirituality, and theology. Come with an open mind and a willingness to discuss deep topics.

Engaged and Married Small Groups

Love Like You Mean It - The Heart of a Marriage That Honors God- Register

Joe & Shirley Paquette
Thursdays at 7:o0pm | TBD
This group is for married or engaged couples and is offered as part of the Crossway Marriage Ministry and taught by trained marriage mentors. We will be using the  book "Love Like You Mean It"  by Bob Lepine 

Young Couples - Engaged & Married - Currently full

Tom & Val Johnson
Mondays @ 6:00pm | Downtown Campus
This group is open to any young couples who are either engaged or married. Kids are welcome! This small group plans to meet twice monthly at the Downtown Campus - to connect, grow relationships, and share experiences from a similar phase of life! We look forward to connecting with you.

Young Adult Groups

The Fruits of the Spirit - Register

Sam and Renee Parris
Wednesday at 7pm | Starts July 10 | Downtown Campus
A deep dive into what the bible says about the fruits of the spirit (love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self control), and how they contrast with today's culture and views. 

The Armor of God - Full

Esther Enloe and Laura Heussler
Wednesdays at 7pm | Starts July 10 | Nashua
In this group, we will be responding to a podcast on a series of sermons given by pastor and author Bill Giovanetti on the Armor of God. This podcast focuses on strengthening the Christian against the spiritual warfare seen in our everyday lives. We will be breaking down strongholds and building new ones as we learn more about the Armor of God and how we can fight as soldiers of the cross. Participants will listen to the podcast during their own time in the week and will meet to discuss it together. 

James: Faith that Works - Full

Josiah Bloemberg and Logan Van Itallie
Wednesdays at 7pm | Starts July 10 | North Nashua
Join us as we dive into the Book of James and push each other to be “doers of the word, and not hearers only” (James 1:22). In this study, we will read a few verses throughout the week to encourage more meaningful reflection. We will then gather on Wednesdays to discuss our reading and wrestle with James’ challenge to us: if we look at our lives, is our faith bearing works that glorify God? 

Hebrews: Jesus is God - Full

Anson Thibault and John Chou
Thursday at 7pm | Starts July 11 | Tyngsboro, MA
Every day, numerous things compete for our attention and priority in our lives. The book of Hebrews exhorts us to center our focus on Jesus for all aspects of our lives and to anchor our hope in him. We'd love for you to join us each week as we dive into the book chapter by chapter. 

Hosea: Study of how God treats those who betray God  - Register

Jacob Swaim 
Thursdays at 7pm | Starts July 11 | Nashua
Structured around five cycles of judgment and restoration, the book of Hosea makes clear its repetitious theme: though God will bring judgment on sin, He will always bring His people back to Himself. God’s love for Israel, a nation of people more interested in themselves than in God’s direction for their lives, shines through clearly against the darkness of their idolatry and injustice.

More than any other prophet, Hosea linked his message closely with his personal life. By marrying a woman he knew would eventually betray his trust and by giving his children names that sent messages of judgment on Israel, Hosea’s prophetic word flowed out of the life of his family. The cycle of repentance, redemption, and restoration remains intimately connected to our lives. They work their way into our day-to-day existence, commenting on issues that impact all our actions and relationships