Small Groups

Small groups are smaller, more personal groups of people that meet in homes throughout the year. We like it when people want to get involved into the life of the church, and that's why anyone can join any group at any time of the year.

Through small groups and group activities, we find opportunities to serve and love one another as God has commanded in the Bible. These weekly meetings focus on growing together in our faith in Jesus Christ, particularly through Bible study and prayer for one another.  There's also always great food and fellowship.  

If you're interested in learning more about small groups or want to visit or join one, please email us at, and we'll have the small group leader get in touch with you.

What are we studying?

We've come to realize how many believers and churchgoers have never actually read through the Bible. Because of this, all our studies are based upon & geared around the Scriptures. We want to give everyone the opportunity to grasp a high level overview, but also the specifics of what the Bible teaches that pertains to everyday life.

  • Prayer & Scripture (Thursdays at 7pm)
    In conjunction with prayer, the purpose of this group is to read and study through the Bible in 6 months to gain a larger perspective & high-level overview of the word of God. Led by Irene Kwon & Pastor Brad.

  • A Couple's Guide to a Growing Marriage (Fridays at 7pm)
    Every marriage is called to be a growing marriage. And if you desire the kind of marriage that keeps getting better as God intended, then you’ll need to be intentional. A Couple’s Guide to a Growing Marriage by Gary Chapman teaches you how to invite God into your life & marriage, listen in ways that deepen intimacy and friendship, understand your spouse & be understood, keep your love fresh & mutually engaging, and manage conflict constructively. Led by Pastor Frank.

  • A Study of the New Testament (Fridays at 7pm)
    To teach the truth about each New Testament book through God’s community and create a supportive biblical community. Led by Carol Chan & James Lee.

  • The Book of Philippians (Fridays at 6:30pm)

    True joy is not based on circumstances. The key to lasting contentment is found through a relationship with Jesus Christ. As we study the book of Philippians, we will explore how Christ is the ultimate example in finding joy. Through following his patterns of humility and sacrifice, we can find joy in all circumstances. Led by Lois Yoon & Heidi Park.