One of the best ways to receive care and make friends is to become involved in a Small Group. Small Groups are the “little churches” within our growing church. It is within these Small Groups that you get to know people better, have prayer support, give care and receive it from others.

Other Small Group Opportunities
(Note: These are specialized groups not included in the groups above)...

Family & Friends of the Gay & Lesbian Community

The Connection Group for Friends and Family of Gays and Lesbians gathers monthly for mutual support and discussion of topics pertinent to maintaining and encouraging relationships. This small group meets in a relaxed atmosphere and operates within the boundaries of confidentiality and faith. New participants are welcome. If interested, or for more information, available resources, or a  private meeting call or email Sharon Tans 269-375-9080 or

SEEK Ministry

1st Sunday of the month, 3:30-5:30pm, 6167 Old Log Trail

Contact: Danielle Darnell, (989) 798-8993 or

SEEK is a group of people passionate about caring for orphans and other children in need.  We are comprised of adoptive families, orphan care professionals, foster care families, and individuals involved in international development and family preservation. We meet once a month to support and encourage each other.

Worship Center Sections

This year we started a new initiative. We are blessed with such a big community of believers. However, we don’t want you to be missed in the sea of faces. We want to make our big church seem small. The Worship Center pews in the second service were each appointed someone who welcomes people that come on Sunday mornings. He/She develops community among their section. If you have interest in strengthening this initiative by serving on the connection team, contact Jeri Rosier.

Resources For Small Groups...

RightNow Media
Did you know that you have access to over 15,000 Bible Studies from over 250 top Christian publishers and ministries? RightNow Media has studies for small groups, families, students, leadership development and more more! Also, Centerpoint has produced exclusive training and studies just for you - which is also available on RightNow Media. Check them out here. To request your free access, just send Jaime an email!

Six Questions PDF
Six Questions to ask when studying the Bible in a Small Group. Reading the Bible in community can be challenging, but it can also be deeply rewarding.  Whether you are reading alone or with other people, this method gives you six things to look for in every passage. Check it out! Download the PDF.

Centerpoint Church

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