Plenty to do for small groups

Being part of a small group is a great way of growing in our faith.  St John’s offers a range of small groups these include:

House Groups/Small Groups/Growth Groups for young people and adults – a warm place of friendship and fellowship where we can support one another and grow in our faith through fellowship, prayer and Bible study.

Micro Groups – a group of four people who meet regularly to encourage one another to grow in faith through prayer, Bible study.  Micro Group members are committed to supporting one another on their faith journey.

To find out more about our small groups please contact the parish office.

Jesus 100

Imagine getting the chance to spend 100 days with Jesus – well now you can!

This wonderful book by Robin Gamble is for ANYONE who wants to know more about Jesus, no matter where you are on your faith journey,

and it accompanies our New Year sermon series.

(Copies can be purchased through church, contact the office for more details)

Small group materials

Jesus 100 Bible Study-01

Jesus 100 Bible Study-02

Jesus 100 Bible Study-03

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Jesus 100 Bible Study-20

Micro Groups

Micro-groups are a model of discipleship where, ideally, four people commit to mutual support, prayer, study and accountability.

The group members seek to help each other grow in faith and action.

When and how you meet is down to the group members, but we suggest that you aim to meet at least every fortnight.

Click on the following resource documents for more information (pdf format).

Micro Groups Introduction

Micro Groups 4 Stages-Phases

Micro Group Resource – Walk through the Bible

For more information contact Revd Canon David Banbury: