Groups are at the heart of our community. Life, learning, and doing happen in groups small and big. Groups are based on fellowship, teaching and shared activities. They help people in our church connect and grow together.
Choose a type of group that's right for you!
Healing what is broken. A community-based, Christ-centred discipleship program that exists to help people find hope and live through experiencing Jesus in their relationships and sexuality. Length of program: 6 weeks or 30 weeks.
Catechesis is an education in the faith which includes the teaching of Christian doctrine (major Bible themes) with the purpose of helping hearers understand Christianity correctly and experience the fullness of Christian life.
A 5 session entry-level course on Christian basics. We will cover questions such as: What is God's big story? Who is Jesus? Why did he come? What does it mean?
We will use diagrams and discussion to help those who don't have any background (or those who want a refresher) to understand Christianity.
Contact us to find out about the next course:
Community life over a meal, games, teaching, and praise.
To find out more, contact SJR to see if this group is right for you!
Share, prayer, Bible study, support. Trios are groups of 3 (or sometimes 4) men or women who meet at multiple times and places.
Boys' and girls' Bible studies and community groups. Age appropriate. Grades 6-12. Hair style not necessary!
For those interested in full time ministry, the Artizo Institute provides leadership training in multiple aspects of Christian leadership. St. John's Richmond is an Artizo training church.
Learn more about the Artizo Ministry Training Program