New Small Groups

Small groups are places to CONNECT – to grow closer to God, to connect with other people, and to share in a faith study or enjoy a common interest together. Learn more.

To express interest in a small group, contact Denise Floe at dfloe@incarnationmn.org.

New Small Groups

Fall Small Groups: Our Story

Stories are an important part of life. This series of new small groups—launching in fall 2021—explores the stories in our lives. This includes Bible stories, our own stories and the stories of others around us, and how those stories are woven together. It also looks at the danger of a single story, and the unexpected, untrue and ever-changing stories of our lives.

Small groups are a great place for storytelling and for listening to stories – both God’s story and the stories of others in the group. Stories help us to forge connections and build common ground with others. Stories teach us valuable lessons. They help us to understand and appreciate one another. Stories can also open us up to completely new ways of thinking and to a wide range of experiences.

Connect in a new small group this fall around the Our Story faith study. Sunday worship will also feature this theme and the small group experience is designed to complement and enrich your worship experience. You’ll have a chance to engage in conversations with others to explore more deeply how stories connect to your faith and resonate in your life. Find out more at: Our Story webpage.

New small groups will meet for five gatherings. Typically groups will meet once a week or once a month for 75-90 minutes. For the latest information on small group opportunities,  contact Denise Floe at dfloe@incarnationmn.org.

Discover the power of story – God’s story, your story – to shape us, ground us, challenge us, and comfort us.

Advent Small Group Book Discussion: Looking for Hope

Five Mondays, 6:00-7:30 pm, on Zoom, starting November 29

How will Advent be a season of hope for you this year? This small group will talk about the just-published book, “Looking for God in Messy Places: A Book About Hope” by Jake Owensby. In a time when many of us are weary, Owensby finds hope – grounded in God’s love – and he shares how to find, practice, and grow hope. Register: dfloe@incarnationmn.org. Find out more at Abingdon Press. 

More Small Groups…

Winter 2022 will feature a new small group series with a faith study that corresponds to the Epiphany worship theme – watch for more information.

Are you looking specifically for a group for men… a group for women… an easy-to-get-started group meeting on Sunday mornings? Along with the new groups listed here, there are also continuing small groups that would like to add new people. Contact Denise Floe to share your interest and find out more information.

Future Small Groups-Tell Us About Your Interest

Alongside Small Group

Interested in a future group? Contact dfloe@incarnationmn.org

Have you walked with a coworker, neighbor or friend through a challenging time and wondered “what can I do to help” or “what will actually make a difference?” or “what is the best way for me to show that I care”? This Alongside small group is a chance to explore ways to offer encouragement, hope and help to others in a tough time. The group is an opportunity to discern how to best express care in meaningful ways with your unique circumstances and gifts. The conversations will be based on readings from the book, Alongside: A Practical Guide to Loving Your Neighbor in Their Time of Trail, by Sarah Beckman. The group is a good follow-up to the Caring for One Another small group series or a great starting place for those new to this topic. Order a book or find out more at Sarah Beckman’s website.

How do I sign-up?

Tell us you’re interested in a small group or register hereYou will receive an email to confirm your registration. If you do not receive a confirmation email within 48 hours, please contact Denise Floe at dfloe@incarnationmn.org. 

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