Fall 2017 Groups

FALL 2017 Semester
September to December

Small groups function on a semester schedule, with three semesters per calendar year.
During each semester, the leaders, locations, and topics will vary.

For group locations and additional information, please visit our Sunday Service.


Open to all Adults and Youth—Childcare TBD

Tuesdays September 12 to November 21, 2017
7:00-8:45 pm

Location: Cindy McBride’s Home
Leader: Randy Maranville

“Follow me,” Jesus said to men and women of all backgrounds. And he is still
saying it today. But how do we do that? This Fall we are starting a new Sermon
Series on the Life and Teaching of Jesus, called “Following Jesus.” Each Sunday
we will look at an aspect of Jesus’ life and teaching with the goals of getting to
know Jesus, observing the kind of life He lived, and understanding the kind of person
and the kind of life Jesus is inviting us to. During the week before each Sunday,
Community Group members will read and reflect on the aspect of Jesus’ Life
and Teaching that will be talked about the next Sunday. During our group time,
group members will share observations and discuss how the passage helps us
follow Jesus and live the eternal kind of life that He lived, and invites us to live.

Materials needed: Bible. The sections are short and can be read during the week.



Open to all Adults and Youth—No childcare available

Thursdays September 14 to November 30, 2017
7:00-8:30 pm
Closed to new members after September 28

McKay Home
Leader: Nigel McKay

Learn to be a conduit of God’s power to people who are infirm and in pain and see
them recover. Learn to do what Jesus did. Learn how to destroy the works of the
enemy in peoples’ lives, and learn to introduce people to the love of our Heavenly
Father. We will be watching YouTube videos and using sections of John Wimber’s
book, “Power Evangelism” for our lessons. Members will be given a recommended
reading list and will be sent links to videos used in lessons after each
meeting to review on their own during the week.



Open to All

Saturdays September 16 to December 2, 2017
4:00-6:00 pm

Williams Home
Leaders: Kris & Elisha Williams

Craving a good bite to eat? Need a good laugh? Have a prayer request? Come
on over; we’ve got you covered! We, your hosts, will provide the food. It’s up to
you if you would like to bring anything. Feel free to come and take a load off, relax
in good company, and know that you are loved. Our group will volunteer once at
the church during the week of Operation Christmas Child Relay Center.



Open to all Adults and Youth—No childcare available

5:00-8:00 pm

Young Home
Leaders: Kevin & Cindy Young, Bill Glad

We will come together on Sunday evenings to share a meal, life, and learning over
the long-term. We will provide soup and group members will bring sides and extras
for our meal each week.

We are currently going through Imaginative Prayer and will share our stories during
our meetings.

Materials needed: Bible; Sides/extras for our weekly meal



Open to all Adults and Youth—Childcare available

Wednesdays September 13 to November 29, 2017
6:30-8:00 pm

San Pedro Driving Range or Top Golf Driving Range

Leader: Brennan Evans

This is a group about enjoying time together and working on the fundamentals of
golf. We will practice our golf skills and enjoy a few games along the way. We will
also discuss key ideas in the gospels and how they help us with our own “swing” in
life, to borrow a golf term, during our teaching times. Open to anyone who wants to
learn and have a good time of fellowship.

Materials needed: No prerequisites. Beginner skill level. $8/person each practice
meeting. $15/person green fees on game days. If you do not have clubs, please



Open to all Adults—No childcare available

Special flat-rate fee available for attendees from Vineyard Church

Women – Mondays September 18, 2017 to December 4, 2017
Men – Thursdays September 14, 2017 to December 14, 2017 (no meeting Thanksgiving day)
6:30-9:30 pm

Leader: Alice Ware

When we learn WHY we do the things we do, we are empowered to focus on healing our wounds and changing our behaviors. Then we begin to grow, mature and develop true character and healthy relationships. Life Skills equips us to break free from, and to reverse, the cycle of family dysfunction passed down generationally. Life Skills helps fix the brain’s thinking and its associated protective behaviors, which were a result of a lifetime of wounding.

We will cover about 1 lesson per week throughout the course.

Materials Needed: Pen, 3-ring notebook binder; Life Skills workbook (provided)