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We look forward to getting to know you and staying connected with you from afar until we’re able to gather in person at our campus. The Montgomery County About Us page will give you a picture of what our campus is normally like. In the meantime, this page contains some resources that will allow us to stay in touch with you until that day comes. You can also browse through our Montgomery County Online Ministry Directory which consolidates information about our remote ministry during this season.
Our online Bible Studies typically gather between 30-100 people. One of our leaders will be teaching and you’ll be able to ask some questions via chat. If you’d like to join one of our weekly online Bible studies already in session, you can sign up here. See more details about these online bible studies on our Groups page.
If you’re not already part of a discipleship group at Montgomery County, we invite you to join a short-term Online Connect Group. These groups are typically between 10-15 people and highly interactive. They will meet weekly for six weeks from April 19-May 31 for virtual sermon discussions and personal encouragement! If you’d like to join an Online Connect Group, you can sign up here. See more details about these online connect groups on our Groups page.
If you have children at home, make sure to visit facebook.com/KQMoCo for some resources you can use at home. If you have students at home, make sure to have them follow @rockstudentministries on Instagram for daily interactive posts made specifically for teens. For both children and teens, check out our parent guide here.