God designed us to live in His family, not in isolation. Groups are the way we make a big place feel smaller so that we can develop meaningful relationships. AT MBC Montgomery County we have two kind of groups – Community groups and Discipleship groups.
Community groups are groups that help you learn and grow with others in biblical community. A Community group typically ranges in size from 30-90 people and meets regularly for the purpose of fellowship, connection and spiritual growth. Some, but not all, of these groups are organized by specific demographics and affinities. If you’re interested in attending any of these groups, you can feel free to just stop by or reach out to the contact person listed for more information. All groups meet onsite at MBC Montgomery County.
Ongoing Bible study that meets every Sunday morning at 9 am in the office pit and is open to anyone to join at any time. About 40 people, led by Chuck and Jan Hollingsworth.
Email: Chuck Hollingsworth
Generally offers a winter, spring and fall session. Each session offers two time slots on Wednesdays: mornings at 10 am-noon and evenings at 7-8:45 pm. About 30-50 women, they meet in the adult classroom. Register
Email: [email protected].
Ministry for moms with young kids. Meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday mornings of the month in the Rock room at 9:30-11:30am, they also meet for playdates during the school year. About 50 women attend. Register
For college-aged, 20s and 30s. Meets every Thursday evening at 7-9 pm in the adult classroom. Dinner at 7-8 pm, Bible study at 8-9 pm.
Email: [email protected].
Meets Friday evenings at 7:30-9:15 pm in the adult classroom. About 40 people. Fellowship and opportunity for international friends to practice English while also learning about the Bible.
Email: Jenny Lee and Phyllis Cooper
This is our 10-month intensive discipleship training program. We accept about 50 applicants each year and train you to understand Bible-based theology, Bible-based spiritual growth, and Bible-based ministry. We also commit to caring for one another, helping each other grow, and making disciples together. Details for the next MoCo Discipleship Cohort will be announced in Summer 2019.
Email: Lillian Lim
Discipleship groups are aimed at helping every member do three things: care for one another like a family, grow to become more like Jesus, and make disciples locally and globally. They are typically smaller in size with about 10-25 people, and meet on a regular basis in homes. We ask everyone to go through Front Door before joining a Discipleship group.