Because God exists in community, He has created us to live in community and do life together. While no one will get to know everyone, everyone needs to experience community by getting to know at least someone. Finding a small group to study scripture, find accountability and support, and pray together is an essential step in every follower of Jesus' life. We know our best shot at continued spiritual growth happens in the context of community. Jesus set up this model when he took a group of ordinary men and asked them to follow him. He promised that he would make them something. Those men went on to change the course of human history.
Small groups of people dedicated to living out God’s word and loving others will change the world. This is nothing new, but it is vital. There are a wide variety of groups available at MCC—groups that meet in homes and on various days and times. We would love to get you connected to the group that is right for you.
Small groups of people dedicated to living out God’s word and loving others will change the world. This is nothing new, but it is vital. There are a wide variety of groups available at MCC—groups that meet in homes and on various days and times. We would love to get you connected to the group that is right for you. For more information on MCC groups or to start a group contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jesus said, 'follow me and I will make you fishers of men."
From time to time we find connection and community around a topic from Scripture, or a Biblical perspective on a life topic. That's why we offer group Bible studies. Group Bible studies are short term or topic based Bible studies to help inform how you see the world and understand scripture. Everything we do is based on scripture, these Bible studies are no different. In fact a group Bible study can help build a biblical foundation in your life and help you as you seek to build the habit of reflecting on scripture. We have ongoing men's, and women's bible studies that you can join any time as well as classes that run for sessions. For more information on our studies and classes visit our "Events/Classes" page.
We believe that recover is possible, we've seen it happen. That's why we open our building each week for AA. AA meets every Saturday from 10am-12pm in Room 220. If you would like more information on this meeting, please contact the AA Central Dayton Office at (937) 222-2211.