Zoom Small Groups

Small groups held on Zoom or hybrid with in-person

  • Lenten Small Groups Begin Soon!

    Lenten Small Groups Begin Soon!

    Why join a small group? Here is what one participant had to say: “Being in small groups, with the emphasis on sharing our own experience and listening to what others share, lets me get to know people in ways marked by trust and openness. Having a time set aside each week to open my soul…

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  • Into the Wilderness … in Prayer

    Silent prayer and the contemplative arts can be a wonderful avenue into one’s inner wilderness.  If you’d like to join the Thursday contemplative prayer group online during this Lenten season, please get in touch (jwoessner@bigsky.net) and we will send you the sign-on information.  We meet over Zoom at 7 to 8 am every Thursday morning.

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  • The Monday small group offering, co-led by Kirk Reid and Jean Woessner, will be at 6:30 pm, on Zoom.

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  • CONNECTIONS: with Janice Springer on Zoomexplore the connections in our lives—- We will use poetry to lead us into discussion as we explore the blessings and the challenges of these connections. We will meet from 6:30pm to 7:45pm Mountain Time on Thursdays, February 8, 15, and 22. We will gather via Zoom; You’ll get a…

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  • Weekly Readers Book Group

    Fridays 9:45a – 11a on Zoom This women’s group meets weekly on Friday mornings for spirited, thoughtful discussion of timely books, from fiction, to nonfiction to poetry. We currently meet over Zoom for discussions with in-person social gatherings planned between books. For more information or to join the group, please contact Jean W. or Connie…

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  • Thursday Morning Contemplatives

    Thursday Morning Contemplatives

    Thursday mornings at 7:00 am on Zoom “We, too, are called to become like Christ.We are called to be transparent, so that the light of the God can shine through us.” ~ Beatrice Bruteau Thursday Morning Contemplative Prayer Group Our God calls us to love, to seek justice, to be peacemakers, to care for all…

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