What is a GP?
A GP (small group) is an informal, one-hour, weekly meeting, where we spend time together, meet new people, discuss about a selected passage from the New Testament, and pray for the needs of the participants.
How is it structured?
The groups consist of 4-12 people.
A facilitator along with an assistant coordinates the meetings.
The small groups are under continuous guidance.
Variety and Quantity
Either weekly, biweekly or monthly, small groups meet at various locations. We have 8 types of groups so you can choose according to your preference.
The Benefits of Attending a Small Group
- Experience personal growth through communion and knowledge of the Word and of God’s presence.
- Meet new people who will share their experiences in their walk of faith.
How can you get involved?
- Be part of a GP by attending meetings regularly.
- Be a host by opening your home to conduct a GP.
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