Small Group Ministry
We believe the best way to grow spiritually is by joining a small group “lifeboat” to weather the storms of life together. People anywhere on their spiritual journey are welcome to join a group by calling a leader. These groups of 4-12 people meet in homes for study, prayer, and encouragement.
Why do we use the lifeboat metaphor? Well, on the night of April 14, 1912, the Titanic was on her maiden voyage when she struck an iceberg. There were only lifeboats for half of the 2200 passengers. That night 1500 people perished in the icy cold waters as all the lifeboats rowed away from the Titanic. All the lifeboats except one - Lifeboat #14 rowed back and saved a handful of swimmers.
At Cedar Creek Church, we see a small group as a Lifeboat #14 designed to rescue people from loneliness and disconnection from God and bring them into light, warmth and relationships with God and each other. We hope you'll consider joining one and then continue to bring others into your lifeboat. To join one, contact us here.
• Heaven Bound (Seniors), 1st & 3rd Wed., 1PM, Sherwood
Here is the list of lifeboats:
• Dan & Sarah Taylor, Sundays 12:30PM, Newberg
• Erik Helland, Sundays 6PM, Tualatin
• Mike & Michelle Conan, Sundays 6PM, Sherwood
• Karl & Jennie Harrop, Sundays 6PM, Sherwood
• Wade Anderson, Sundays, 6PM, Sherwood
To support the groups, each week in the bulletin handed out at church we provide small group questions for the group to be able to discuss the Bible passage preached on in the sermon. These questions can also be downloaded from our Resources page.