If you’re wondering how to make a big church feel smaller, Groups are a great starting place. Our Groups strategy helps connect you with a smaller group of people to do life with. These groups include a chance to achieve our mission—to be a sanctuary of hope, love and encouragement in the heart of Sioux Falls. We have two types of groups that you can join—Social Groups and Growth Groups.

Groups are categorized as "Open" or "Fixed." In Open Groups, participants can join any time. In Fixed Groups, participants are asked to join from the beginning of the course session. 

all are open groups

Social Groups help you connect with others and build community—essential parts of spiritual growth. Social Groups are typically made up of adults who meet together at least monthly. In these groups, you may participate in a biblically-based study, you will definately develop relationships with each other and simply do life together.

Wedded Band is a group of senior adults that meet the 1st Wednesday of each month at 12:30 at various locations

Senior Adults Exploring, Growing & Serving (S.A.G.E.S.) is a group of senior adults that meet on the 2nd Wednesday each month at  11:30 to share a meal, sing songs, learn the orgin of a hymn and share in joys and concerns.

Blest Be the Tie That Binds is a group of women who gather to tie baby quilts on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month at 12:30

Triple F: Food, Fun, Fellowship is a group of men and women that meet monthly for fun outings.

Single Ladies Sharing Adventure (S.A.L.S.A) is a group of women that meet and go on a variety of adventures.

For information of any of these groups please contact the church office @ 605.336.3652

all are fixed groups

Growth Groups are focused on helping people grow in their knowledge of the Bible and how to live out one’s Christian faith. Growth doesn’t happen accidentally, which is why we offer a variety of classes and opportunities to help you grow deeper spiritually.

Faith in Politics: The Relevance of Religion in an Election Year | Wednesdays, 5:30pm, Aug. 1-31.
Join Nancy Veglahn and local politicians in a discussion of faith in politics, using the book The Relevance of Religion: How Faithful People can Change Politics. 

For information of any of these groups please contact the church office @ 605.336.3652